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last updated 11-Aug-2021
  Isn't it incredible that despite all the grandiose stories one reads in the news media about fantastic amounts of money going into development one finds so little when actually searching for ways for entrepreneurial people and initiatives to fund their ideas?. Hence, this is a short List / Directory of organizations offering financial services tailored for entrepreneurial minds, non-governmental organizations, reconstruction initiatives and partners, charities, and development project and initiatives.  
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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

We work with partners worldwide to tackle critical problems in five program areas. Amongst them, our Global Development Division focuses on improving the delivery of high-impact health products and services to the world's poorest communities and helps countries expand access to health coverage. Key areas covered by the division are Emergency Response, Family Planning, Global Delivery Programs, Global Libraries, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, Nutrition, and Polio. Our approach to grantmaking emphasizes collaboration, innovation, risk-taking, and, most importantly, results. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in September 2020]:


Chemonics International Inc

Chemonics is an international development company with decades of experience operating in the most complex social and political environments. Our management systems allow us to document, measure and apply both recent innovations and proven best practices across multiple regions and sectors and covering the following technical areas: Agriculture and Food Security, Corporate Partnerships, Democracy and Governance, Economic Growth and Trade, Education and Youth, Environment and Natural Resources, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion, Health, Peace, Stability, and Transition, Supply Chain Management, Water, Energy, and Sustainable Cities. [Information retrieved from the company's website in October 2020]:


Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP)

Globally, about 1.7 billion people have no financial account. A growing body of financial inclusion research shows that when poor people have better opportunities for how to manage their money, over time their income and consumption improve. CGAP is a global partnership of more than 30 leading development organizations that works to advance the lives of poor people through financial inclusion, with a special focus on women. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in September 2020]:


Development Alternatives Inc (DAI)

Since 1970, we have worked in more than 150 countries. We tackle fundamental social and economic development problems caused by inefficient markets, ineffective governance, and instability. To do this, for example, DAI Capital is dedicated to mobilizing private capital in frontier and emerging markets –DAI's brand and reputation position us as a credible financial intermediary in emerging and frontier markets, while our technical expertise allows us to manage risk effectively and add value to promising businesses that are constrained by capacity and capital. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in September 2020]:


Good Ventures

We're motivated by our vision of a day when every person's needs are met and each of us is empowered to shape our collective story. But this day will only come if we set aside our fears and recognize that as members of one world, our futures are inextricably linked. We're open to supporting safe bets, like direct cash transfers to the world's poorest people, as well as high-risk, high-reward projects, like minimizing risks from potentially world-changing science and technology. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in October 2020]:


Humentum ( InsideNGO + LINGOs + Mango)

We're a global organization formed by the merger of InsideNGO, LINGOs and Mango in July 2017. We're individuals working towards social good ourselves, and we've been in your shoes: managing compliance and risk, juggling finances, designing programs and helping people perform at their best. Together we'll help our sector dream big - and achieve critical wins to get things done. Let's become part of the human momentum needed to create a just and sustainable world. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in September 2020]:


Open Society Foundations (George Soros)

Every year, the Open Society Foundations give thousands of grants to groups and individuals that work on the issues we focus on—promoting justice, transparency, and open debate. We also engage in strategic human rights litigation and impact investing, while incubating new ideas and engaging directly with governments and policymakers through advocacy to advance positive change. In addition to funding nonprofit groups, our Economic Justice Program invests in business ideas that can benefit people who do not have access to economic opportunities, such as women, refugees, and smallholder farmers. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in September 2020]:


RTI International

RTI International is an independent, nonprofit research institute dedicated to improving the human condition. Combining scientific rigor and technical proficiency, we deliver reliable data, thorough analysis, innovative methods, novel technologies, and sustainable programs that help clients inform public policy and ground practice in evidence. We scale our approach to fit the demands of each project, delivering the power of a global leader and the passion of a local partner. Our staff of nearly 6,000 works in more than 75 countries—tackling hundreds of projects each year to address complex social and scientific challenges on behalf of governments, businesses, foundations, universities, and other clients and partners. [Information retrieved from the organization's website in August 2021]:



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