In Africa, Asia and Latin America Incluvest invests in two different lines of business:

  • Agribusiness Development: In many countries agriculture is one of the key sectors generating employment and income. Incluvest aims to contribute to a sustainable agribusiness sector by promoting entrepreneurship in primary production, agro-processing and agribusiness support services. This is done in close collaboration with agribusiness-oriented service providers and facilitators.

  • Enterprise Development: In most developing countries small and medium enterprises (SMEs) generate most of the GDP. In collaboration with our partner organizations and through direct financing, Incluvest helps many promising micro, small and medium-size enterprises realize their potential and contribute to economic development. Secondly, Incluvest invests in larger enterprises that have the potential to strongly impact the bottom of the pyramid. In line with our focus, these enterprises should directly or indirectly strengthen the agricultural supply chain.

Further information about our specific projects and investment opportunities is given below.

  • SME investing

    SME investing

    Burkina Faso is one of the poorest countries in West Africa and ranked 183rd (2013) out of 187 countries on the UN Human Development Index.

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  • Bangladesh


    No funding required

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  • Access to finance

    Access to finance

    In Burkina Faso access to finance is low, it is estimated that... Read more ›

  • Strengthening AgriFinance

    Strengthening AgriFinance

    AD - Organizational Strengthening AgriFinance

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  • Burkina Faso

    Burkina Faso

    Cashew Value Chain

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  • Loan capital for farmers

    Loan capital for farmers

    AD - Microfinance capital for rural productive enterprises

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