Original disclosure @ DFC website
Updated in EWS Mar 6, 2023
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According to the DFC, Transform Health Fund is a high-impact blended capital fund focused on providing debt and mezzanine capital to scale proven healthcare innovations across Africa.
Equity investments in a fund are screened as a Category D activity for the purposes of environmental and social assessment.
Consistent with DFC’s policy on policy assessment of financial intermediary transactions (dated April 2020) the Fund is not eligible to make investments in Category A projects.
The manager of the fund is AfricInvest Global Manco (www.africinvest.com), an investment company based in Mauritius and the subsidiary of AfricInvest. According to the company's website, AfricInvest was founded in the early 1990s, an investment and financial services company.
Uniquely positioned as one of the most experienced private equity investors on the continent, AfricInvest has dedicated investment teams focused on Africa, and employs more than 100 professionals in eleven offices.
No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Financial Intermediary - AfricInvest Global Manco:
Address: Office FF102, The Factory Building, Vivea Business Park, Moka, Mauritius
Phone : (+230) 468 7310
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