[RECAP] Making Green Finance Count: Impact Investing for Indonesia’s Agricultural Sector

by | Oct 22, 2017 | News/Event Page, Recap

Perfectly in line with the work we are conducting with the UNDP on social finance and the SDG Fund to invest in the agriculture value chain, ANGIN attended the panel discussion organised by WRI and the Singapore Institute of International Affairs on Impact Investing for Indonesia’s Agricultural Sector

There has been significant momentum behind public-private partnerships for “greening” supply chains in Indonesia’s agricultural sector. Can these models result in incentives that benefit both big and small players, and are these incentives enough to compel others in the industry to follow suit?

SIIA and WRI Indonesia presented a workshop on emerging public-private partnerships in Indonesia’s agricultural sector that aim to make independent smallholders more sustainable while rewarding investors with financial, environmental, and social benefits. This workshop was supported by the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020.

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