The World Bank’s financing arm will provide a $37m loan for the construction of a new grain terminal at the Black Sea port of Yuzhny, a project whose partners include EBRD, MV Cargo and Cargill.
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The capital injection will allow the company, a leading producer of pulses and rice, to refinance part of its existing debt, expand into organic ready-to-eat products and strengthen its ESG program.
A recent CSIS report says that private sector investment in agriculture can help efforts to meet the food security goals set out by the United Nations.
The UN developmental finance institution will use a combination of debt and equity in its contribution to a $853m effort to improve irrigation for the southeast Asian nation’s 24 million smallholder farmers.
Sathguru Management Consultants has announced plans to raise a $100 million accelerator fund to support early-stage ventures leveraging technology to address food, nutrition and agricultural issues in India.
An impact fund focused on Ugandan agribusiness and supported by the European Union is nearly halfway towards its final target of €25 million.
Agri-Vie Fund II will support mid and low cap companies across the supply chain in Sub Saharan Africa.
The funds will be used to improve sustainability of Adecoagro’s rice, oilseed and dairy operations in Argentina amid recent improvements in the agribusiness environment.
Fanisi Capital is targeting $75-$100m for its second fund, which will invest across Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda, in sectors including agribusiness.
Soros-backed Aspada will join the two impact investors in building LEAF’s supplier base and storage capacity.