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DGGF invests in gender-lens fund in Sub-Saharan Africa

On the 28 November the Alitheia Identity Fund (AIF) finalised its first loan. The fund targets women-owned and women-led SMEs in ...

News item | 16-12-2019 | 17:33

3rd Small-cap SME Mezzanine Finance Masterclass - Amsterdam 10 and 11 February 2020

Announcement for a 2-day deal structuring training on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 February 2020 for investment professionals ...

News item | 13-12-2019 | 16:51

Cultivating coffee to combat unemployment in Nepal

80days coffee contributes to employment in Nepal by helping local farmers to cultivate coffee. The country and the climate happen ...

News item | 06-12-2019 | 14:44

DGGF Financing Local SMEs shares lessons from five years of investment

Triple Jump and PwC – on behalf of the Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) Financing Local SMEs initiative – hosted the conference ...

News item | 28-10-2019 | 11:45

From microbusiness to SME in Sierra Leone

Kadijatu Yomba managed to grow her business ‘Bolowie Enterprise’ from microbusiness to SME in one year with the support of DGGF ...

News item | 26-09-2019 | 10:13

Habibi Plantitas is making nature the trend in Colombia

With the support of Sempli, and DGGF’s Seed Capital & Business Development (SC&BD) Programme, Habibi Plantitas is now able to ...

News item | 17-09-2019 | 16:08

Dutch Startup will pitch for the UN in New York about the Black Soldier Fly larvae

ProTeen is going to pitch at the United Nations in New York in the chance of winning $ 1 million in start-up capital to realize ...

News item | 11-09-2019 | 15:30

Send in local angels to bridge the SME finance gap in Uganda

Iungo capital's innovative investment strategy convinced DGGF to be the first seed capital investor in iungo capital in 2016. By ...

News item | 10-09-2019 | 18:00

Creating opportunities for young deaf people in India

Mirakle Couriers, a widely-praised social enterprise that employs low-income deaf youth in India, is planning to scale up their ...

News item | 02-09-2019 | 16:46

Dutch fund improves Senegalese food chain

The Dutch farm Franzen exports potatoes and onions to West Africa, among other things. To respond to a growing demand, the ...

News item | 23-08-2019 | 12:14