As stated by the DFC, the technical assistance will increase the developmental impact of an existing DFC loan to Sanergy. Technical assistance will support distribution expansion of fertilizer and feed outputs to additional customers, including smallholder farmers; increase the waste-handling capacity of the existing DFC-financed processing facility; and develop additional products that can be sourced from the existing facility. Technical assistance also supports a feasibility study to analyze the expansion of Sanergy’s operations in new markets in East Africa.
As stated on the company's website, The Sanergy Collaborative strives to solve the sanitation crisis through the power of the circular economy.
Among other things, they manufacture safe products, such as fertilizer, fuels, and animal feed, and offer professional waste collection services to remove waste from communities.
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