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Blended Concessional Finance: The Rise of Returnable Capital Contributions Paper 2019

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Este recurso aparece en: Rural Financial Services: General, Investment: General, Planificación de las inversiones, Investment promotion

In new and challenging markets, blended concessional finance—the combining of concessional funds with other types of finance, on commercial terms—is increasingly used to mobilize capital and accelerate highimpact private sector investments. However, a relatively new approach for the provision of concessional capital for use by development finance institutions is emerging—the “returnable capital” model. With this new model, principal, interest, and other amounts are repaid to the original provider of funds (usually a government) on a regular basis. Because this can reduce the impact on donor government budgets, more government funds could become available for collaboration with the private sector. This note explores the effects of this new model on incentives, accounting, resource management, and reporting.

Autor Arthur Karlin and Kruskaia Sierra-Escalante
Editor International Finance Corporation
Número de Páginas 8 pages
Idioma Principal English (en)
Región / País Global
Palabras clave Blended Concessional Finance, Returnable Capital Model, Investments
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Entrepreneur's Guide to Investment in Kenya 2018

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Este recurso aparece en: Planificación de las inversiones

All over the world, entrepreneurship is increasingly being recognised as a key driver of job creation and economic growth. Successful entrepreneurs are celebrated as luminaries, and the entrepreneurial mantra of accepting and learning from failure is being adopted by organisations of all sizes. In other words, it is a great time to be an entrepreneur. This Entrepreneur’s Guide is designed as a comprehensive, accessible, and informative tool that can be useful to entrepreneurs in all stages of their business. Its aim is to help Kenya’s rising entrepreneurs to navigate the nebulous and suboptimal financing landscape.

Autor Anton Root
Editor GIZ
Número de Páginas 124 pp.
Idioma Principal English (en)
Región / País Global
Palabras clave Institutional Investors, Capital Markets, Access To Finance, SME Finance and Leasing, Mobile Banking, private equity
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Entrepreneur's Guide to Investment in Nigeria 2018

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Este recurso aparece en: Planificación de las inversiones

All over the world, entrepreneurship is increasingly being recognised as a key driver of job creation and economic growth. Successful entrepreneurs are celebrated as luminaries, and the entrepreneurial mantra of accepting and learning from failure is being adopted by organisations of all sizes. In other words, it is a great time to be an entrepreneur. This Entrepreneur’s Guide is designed as a comprehensive, accessible, and informative tool that can be useful to entrepreneurs in all stages of their business. Its aim is to help Nigeria’s rising entrepreneurs to navigate the nebulous and suboptimal financing landscape.

Autor Anton Root
Editor GIZ
Número de Páginas 124 pp.
Idioma Principal English (en)
Región / País Africa
Nigeria
Palabras clave nstitutional Investors, Capital Markets, Access To Finance, SME Finance and Leasing, Mobile Banking, private equity
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CAADP Investment Plan Implementation and Private Sector Engagement Technical Workshop Paper 2012 English (en)

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Este recurso aparece en: Planificación de las inversiones

UNDP & NPCA Technical Workshop on ‘Increasing Private Sector Investment through Augmented CAADP Investment Plan’ was convened by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) regional private sector project ‘African Facility for Inclusive Markets’ (AFIM) and the ‘Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Program’ (CAADP). The workshop was held in Johannesburg, South Africa 20-21 November 2012 at the Indaba Hotel.

The technical workshop was attended by over 30 participants from CAADP compact countries, the private sector, banking institutions, academic institutions etc. who discussed how to improve the utility of the National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) as tools to attract private sector investment to countries that have signed compacts under the AU NPCA CAADP program.

During the course of the workshop various experiences and ideas related to private sector engagement and investment attraction were shared by CAADP representatives and were discussed and debated by the workshop delegates. Experiences were shared from the Common Market of East and Sothern Africa (COMESA), Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe.

The outcome of the technical workshop was that the Private Sector Investor Guidelines which were developed in draft form were circulated by delegates to their respective stakeholders for comments, and a further more refined version was to be developed by UNDP AFIM. This document was also to feed in to a process being undertaken by CAADP to update the Post-Compact Guidelines overall.

Also it was decided at the meeting that 2-3 countries would be supported as a pilot project and effort to help them develop ‘Investor Briefs’ around their CAADP National Agricultural Investment Plan. The aim thus was that in the first quarter of 2013 or around the CAADP 2013 Partnership Platform, UNDP would look to convene an Investment Facilitation Platform as a demonstration exercise for two countries.

The next steps that were discussed for follow-up after the meeting were to identify two countries to work with (Zimbabwe, Botswana, Liberia were suggested) and to expand the discussion and promote the ‘Guidelines Annex’ at the 2013 CAADP Partnership Platform.

Technical Workshop paper  -  English (en)

Country investment plans in agriculture: Lessons from early experience Technical Note 2012 English (en)

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Este recurso aparece en: Planificación de las inversiones

The Learning Note "Country investment plans in agriculture: lessons from early experience" has been published by the FAO Investment Centre Division. It focuses on three case studies in Bangladesh, United Republic of Tanzania and Ethiopia and looks at the challenges, successes and lessons learned from preparing and developing country investment plans (CIPs), which were supported by FAO in 2010 and 2011. CIPs are intended to align, mobilize and direct resources to improve food security and agricultural development.

The study analyses the process in the case study countries and draws conclusions regarding management, collaboration and preparation of the CIPs as well as their quality and content. These findings can inform future CIP preparation processes and design, and guide external support by FAO and other partners.

Learning Note  -  English (en)

Autor David Young
Editor Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Rome, Italy
Número de Páginas 12 pp.
Idioma Principal English (en)
Región / País Global
Palabras clave Agricultural Investment, Investment, investment planning
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Agriculture Sector Investment Plan 2009-2012 Document 2009

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Este recurso aparece en: Planificación de las inversiones

The purpose of the agricultural investment plan is to contribute to sustainable food and nutritional security, to increase the incomes of rural households, and to secure national economic growth.    The plan aims to transform agriculture into a modern, professionally‐managed and market‐oriented economic undertaking. This will be achieved through targeted investments that create an environment conducive to increased production; especially investing in the infrastructure required for agricultural intensification, promotion of professionalism, agricultural technological innovations and public – private sector partnerships. 

The Agriculture Sector Investment Plan lays out the investment requirements of the Ministry of Agriculture’s medium‐term strategic plan. The Investment Plan presented here is structured according to the Second Strategic Plan for the Transformation of Agriculture, the PSTA II. It outlines the vision and the overall program goals; it also shows the most important specific outputs under each sub‐program followed by a brief explanation on how some of the most important activities in the different sub‐ program are expected to affect poverty reduction, growth and agricultural development.

Autor Government of Rwanda - Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources
Editor Government of Rwanda - Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources
Número de Páginas 37 pp.
Idioma Principal English (en)
Región / País Global, Africa
Rwanda
Palabras clave Agriculture Investment, Agriculture, Investment
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