The European Development Fund (EDF) resources allocated to ACP private sector development can be implemented by entities other than the European Commission itself. These entities, called “implementing partners,” can be beneficiary countries, international organisations, or national bodies from other donor countries.
Boost Africa is a blended finance and multi-partner initiative focused on supporting entrepreneurially-driven early stage and start-up SMEs on the African continent
Provide technical and administrative support to the joint PSD Platform[…]
EURIZ is the guarantee facility created by AFD and SIDA with the[…]
AGF works with financial institutions with experience of working with SMEs, offering guarantees for[…]
The ABC Fund, a blended capital impact investment vehicle, initiated by IFAD and anchored by the[…]
The Investment Facility (IF), established in 2003 and funded by[…]
The Cultural and Creative Industries Financing Initiative (CreatiFI) aims at supporting[…]
Support to business friendly and inclusive national and regional policies, and strengthening productive capabilities and value chains.
The overall objective is to promote business-friendly and inclusive national and[…]
The overall objective is to increase income and to improve livelihood, food and nutrition security and safety of the ACP[…]
Title of facility or programme: Fit For Market: Strengthening competitiveness and sustainability of the ACP horticultural sector (FFM) with a[…]
Technical assistance (TA) facility for improving the business environment and wider investment climate through structured dialogue
Specific objective (outcome): Support ACP partner countries and regional institutions in their private sector structured dialogue process to create a[…]
Boost Africa is a blended finance and multi-partner initiative focused on supporting entrepreneurially-driven early stage and start-up SMEs on the[…]