As stated by the IADB in the project disclosure, “the purpose of this project is to catalyze sustainable economic growth, social progress, and environmental well-being in Central America by providing targeted financial support to early-stage enterprises that are actively working to achieve the SDGs.”
As stated on the company's website, Atta Impact Capital (AIC) is a place-based impact investing organization increasing access to capital for early-stage impact-driven companies in Mesoamerica, which we define as the combined regions of Central America and Southern Mexico.
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