The Business Partnerships Fund will provide support to multinational companies to develop projects that generate commercial value whilst also improving the lives of the poor in developing countries.
Helping healthcare service providers in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) to reduce the cost of care delivery and enable healthcare resources to reach greater numbers of patients.
A consortium of major corporates, banks and start-ups is testing whether blockchain and other technologies can help unlock financial incentives that reward sustainability in supply chains.
14Trees brings low-carbon, low-cost housing materials to developing countries. The project aims to benefit tens of thousands of families through access to affordable housing and construction jobs.
This report investigates and maps the current tour guide situation in Myanmar. Capacity issues, gaps, strengths, challenges and opportunities are identified and market change for the poor is discussed with examples of how tourism can produce direct, indirect and dynamic effects.
BIF is recruiting a Market Lead to join the Kenya Tea Swaps Project team. The project focus is on designing and piloting the use of swaps as a mechanism to purchase tea at the Mombasa auction. The market lead would be responsible for running campaigns to identify and communicate with key stakeholders in the tea industry to ensure that they are bought-in to the concept of tea swaps.
BIF is recruiting a HVA Finance Lead to work alongside the HVA Technical Lead and BIF Kenya team; responsible for providing technical expertise on financing for agricultural supply chains.
BIF is recruiting a HVA Technical Lead to work alongside the BIF Kenya team; responsible for providing technical direction and the development of HVA interventions inline with the market strategy.