The Netri Foundation plans to invest in over 20 social ventures over the coming years.

So far, we have selected the following investments, committing €4.530.727 predominantly in loans.

Injaro Agricultural Capital Holdings Ltd. (IACHL)
US$ 500,000; equity
May 2012


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Terrafertil
US$ 150,000; 3 year loan
January 2013


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D.light Design
US$ 500,000; 3 year loan
April 2013


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Sproxil
US$ 350,000 (€ 253,925); 18 month
bridge loan
April 2014


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ISFC
US$ 300,000 USD (€ 217,650); 4 years loan
March 2014


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M-KOPA Kenia
US$ 500,000 (€ 375,939); 4 years loan
July 2013


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Lumni LLC
US$ 50,000 (€ 36,496) ; equity
July 2013


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Kennemer Foods International
US$ 300,000 (€ 232,558); 5 year loan
October 2014


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Runatarpuna Exportadora
US$ 300,000 (€ 220,588); 4 year loan
May 2014


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EDPYME Acceso Crediticio
US$ 500,000 (€ 471.200) Participation in a local currency loan (hedged); 2 years
December 2015


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BioLite Corporation
US$ 250,000 (€ 227,075); 1,5 year loan
June 2015


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Ess Kay Auto Finance Private Limited
US$ 500,000 (€ 457,200); participation in a non convertible debenture; 3 years
December 2015


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First Finance Plc
US$ 500,000 (€ 471,200); 3 year loan
June 2015


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SunFunder (Serengeti Solar Note)
US$ 300,000 (€ 273,473); 3 year loan
February 2016


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Thirumeni Finance Private Limited (“Varthana”)
US$ 300,000 (€ 270,900); participation in a non convertible debenture; 3 years
July 2015


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In 2015, a new sector, Access to Finance, was added where the focus is to support companies providing financial services like micro-mortgages and loans to purchase productive assets aimed at the poorer, more underserved segments of the population.