|INVESTMENT TYPE||YEAR||MORE INFORMATION|
|GOLDTREE||Sierra Leone||Palm oil milling,outgrower
scheme and small nucleus plantation
|GOLDENLAY||Zambia||Poultry - layers||Management buy-out||2012||VIEW|
|FERONIA||Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)||Palm oil plantations and mills||Expansion||2012||VIEW|
|Côte d'Ivoire||Water purification, juice manufacturing, bottling and distribution||Expansion||2013||VIEW|
|Malawi||Agricultural engineering and equipment distribution||Buy-out||2013||VIEW|
|Meridian Group||Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambiquie, Zambia and Zimbabwe||Manufacture and distribution of specialised fertiliser blends, processing and storage of agricultural products, and a chain of retail stores||Buy-out and expansion||2014||VIEW|
|General Plastics||Kenya||Food, beverage and agro chemical packaging||Expansion||2014||VIEW|
|Kanu Equipment||Sub-Saharan Africa||Agri services, equipment and dealerships||Expansion||2016||VIEW|
|AAF SME FUND||Pan African||Fund Manager: Databank Agrifund Manager Limited (DAFML)||SME private equity fund||2012||VIEW|
AAF CASE STUDIES
Five years of the AAF’s technical assistance facility – 2017
The Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) has a mandate to increase economic and physical access to food for low-income Africans by providing technical assistance to the portfolio companies of the African Agriculture Fund (AAF). The AAF is a private equity fund created in response to the food security challenge across the continent, financed by African, European and US development finance institutions, and private investors. It is comprised of two funds; the AAF and a subsidiary Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Fund. As TAF enters its fifth year, this report reflects on the progress of 42 projects implemented to date through technical assistance to ten AAF portfolio companies.
2014 Development Impact Report – Driving change
This AAF impact document aims to showcase the work undertaken by Phatisa and the AAF, which goes beyond the standards of environmental, social and governance we set for our portfolio companies. Through its work with the AAF, Phatisa has coined a new asset class, ‘Development Equity’, which combines the development finance spirit of the majority of our investors with the principles of commercial private equity investment, demonstrating that the two disciplines can be mutually inclusive.