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The current investors in the C4D Asia Fund are


ICCO Cooperation is a global NGO working towards a world in which people can live in dignity and well-being, a world without poverty and injustice. ICCO was founded in 1964 as a Dutch cooperative with an international organizational structure with offices in 22 countries around the world. As a Sponsor Investor ICCO provides a first loss and a preferential return to other investors.

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The Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) is a revolving fund established by the Dutch government. A consortium consisting of Triple Jump and PwC is responsible for managing the part of the DGGF that provides financing for local SMEs in up to 68 selected countries through investing in Intermediary Funds. These investments should have a convincing developmental impact to boost the local private sector.

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FCA Investments Ltd (FCAI) is a 100% owned subsidiary of Finn Church Aid, the largest Finnish international aid organization. FCAI is a company with a social mission. It aims to create sustainable jobs in developing countries, by offering affordable financial resources (e.g. loans, mezzanine capital, equity funding) and technical assistance to the entrepreneurs in the “missing middle”. FCAI operates according to sound economic principles, without disturbing the local financial markets.

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Investing in Women is an initiative of the Australian Government to catalyse inclusive economic growth and poverty reduction in South East Asia. As a champion for women and girls, Investing in Women was established to improve women’s economic participation, build markets for women and influence the private and public sector environment to promote women’s economic empowerment.

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