Kenya boasts a vibrant entrepreneurial culture and is also home to the first Climate Innovation Center (CIC), set up under the World Bank’s Infodev program. This webinar showcases the activities of these investment managers expanding their body of funds to an international audience.
Kenya has been a hotspot for impact investing, with investor interest growing in the PAYG (pay-as-you-go) sector’s potential. Recent WRI research counted 52 private sector organizations — including foundations, impact funds, venture capital funds and companies — that have invested in PAYG companies in East Africa.
However, these investments have contributed to less than a dozen PAYG solar home system (SHS) and mini-grid companies, leading some investors to worry about overenthusiasm in the sector.
A few fund managers are trying to broaden the marketplace by investing in Kenyan-owned enterprises. Kenya boasts a vibrant entrepreneurial culture and is also home to the first Climate Innovation Center (CIC), set up under the World Bank’s Infodev program.
This webinar will showcase the activities of these investment managers expanding their body of funds to an international audience.
Who should attend?
Mission-driven impact limited partners, fund-of-fund managers, foundations and corporate social responsibility funds who are looking for credible investment partners to help them achieve their financial and impact goals.
Sanjoy Sanyal, World Resources Institute
Edward Mungai, Kenya Climate Innovation Center
Irene Karuga, Zohari Leasing
Eugene Obiero, Camco Energy
Willy Mastamet, Business Partners International
Paul Ohaga, Kenya Climate Ventures
Network Partners: Shine Campaign & the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Supporting Partners: DOEN Foundation & Wallace Global Fund