Innpact is proud to coordinate the ICFA Luxembourg initiative and to support the future champions of climate finance fund managers.
The spring cohort 2019 that was announced on June 26th, 2019 at the LFF Sustainable Finance Forum features:
– Add Value and their Small Farmers Adaptation Fund, investing in agricultural techniques and crops allowing small holder farmers in Latin America to better adapt to climate change
– Camco and their Energy Efficiency Fund, investing in technologies to decrease energy consumption and thus the carbon footprint in sub-saharan Africa
– SIMA in partnership with the Clean Cooking Alliance and their Spark+ Africa Fund, investing in clean cooking technologies ensuring health benefits of millions of people and reduction of harmful emissions in Africa
– Terra Global and their Terra Bella Colombia Fund, investing in high impact community-based forest and agricultural emissions reductions projects
The winners will receive support over the next 18 months in the form of training, coaching, financial and marketing support, in order to develop their fund project under the best possible conditions.
see more on www.icfa.lu