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  • MEDA - Training and Consultancies
    Social MEDA s Facebook Page Twitter MEDA Videos meda tv MEDA Blog Stories from the Field Client Stories Personal Reflections MEDA Web Links Get Involved MEDA Convention Upcoming MEDA Events MEDA Field Experiences How to Get Involved Youth Connect MEDA Ambassadors 20 under 35 MEDA Chapters Mennonite Entrepreneurs Conference Ways to Give Donate today Gift Solutions Catalogue Planned Giving Sarona Risk Capital Fund Farmer to Farmer MSCU Mutual Aid in Action Fundraise for MEDA AmazonSmile Donate while you shop Products Supporting MEDA Donate aeroplan miles Resources Publications The Marketplace Magazine Learning Centre Policies Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker Training and Consultancies PSD H VectorWorks Private Sector Development PSD PSD Home Inclusive Financial Services Agriculture Health Current Projects Past Projects Publications Training and Consultancies SME Investment What s New in PSD Publications PSD Staff and Consultants Contact PSD Stay in Touch Please complete all required fields First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input E mail Invalid E mail Address Please Subscribe Me Unsubscribe Me Please choose one Select below Invalid Input MEDA Creating business solutions to

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  • MEDA
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  • MEDA - SME/Investment
    ESG areas Building on our long experience in impacting investing starting with MEDA s investment in the Sarona Dairy in Paraguay in 1953 we have created a suite of capacities and products to ensure that ESG and financial returns go hand in hand Investment Mechanisms MEDA offers distinctive catalytic financial mechanisms through our own risk capital fund partnerships with commercial impact investors from Sarona Asset Management to MicroVest and collaboration

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  • MEDA - Current Projects
    Social MEDA s Facebook Page Twitter MEDA Videos meda tv MEDA Blog Stories from the Field Client Stories Personal Reflections MEDA Web Links Get Involved MEDA Convention Upcoming MEDA Events MEDA Field Experiences How to Get Involved Youth Connect MEDA Ambassadors 20 under 35 MEDA Chapters Mennonite Entrepreneurs Conference Ways to Give Donate today Gift Solutions Catalogue Planned Giving Sarona Risk Capital Fund Farmer to Farmer MSCU Mutual Aid in Action Fundraise for MEDA AmazonSmile Donate while you shop Products Supporting MEDA Donate aeroplan miles Resources Publications The Marketplace Magazine Learning Centre Policies Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker Current Projects PSD SME I INFRONT Impact Investing in Frontier Markets Private Sector Development PSD PSD Home Inclusive Financial Services Agriculture Health SME Investment Current Projects Publications What s New in PSD Publications PSD Staff and Consultants Contact PSD Stay in Touch Please complete all required fields First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input E mail Invalid E mail Address Please Subscribe Me Unsubscribe Me Please choose one Select below Invalid Input MEDA Creating business solutions to

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  • MEDA - Publications
    Personal Reflections MEDA Web Links Get Involved MEDA Convention Upcoming MEDA Events MEDA Field Experiences How to Get Involved Youth Connect MEDA Ambassadors 20 under 35 MEDA Chapters Mennonite Entrepreneurs Conference Ways to Give Donate today Gift Solutions Catalogue Planned Giving Sarona Risk Capital Fund Farmer to Farmer MSCU Mutual Aid in Action Fundraise for MEDA AmazonSmile Donate while you shop Products Supporting MEDA Donate aeroplan miles Resources Publications The Marketplace Magazine Learning Centre Policies Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker SME Investment Categories INFRONT Documents At the nexus of investment and development lessons from a 60 year experiment in SME impact investing Download Invest East Africa Project Profile Download pdf 1 09 MB SME Investment Profile Download SME Investment at the Nexus of Investment and Development Download Private Sector Development PSD PSD Home Inclusive Financial Services Agriculture Health SME Investment Current Projects Publications What s New in PSD Publications PSD Staff and Consultants Contact PSD Stay in Touch Please complete all required fields First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input E mail Invalid E mail

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  • MEDA - EO Home
    and cultural barriers that stand in the way of business success and improved livelihoods through our programs in places like Morocco Egypt Pakistan Afghanistan Haiti and Ghana This youth and women centered economic development is founded on respectful interaction with cultures and communities is rooted in thorough market research and incorporates MEDA s well known technical leadership in value chain programming and financial inclusion Through partnerships with local organizations working

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  • MEDA - What's New in EO?
    Says Ajara I trust in PRUDA So when they told us that MEDA is supporting them to assist women farmers to farm soya and that we will get market and training on how to process soya into nutritious products I accepted to cultivate soya with the aim of doing 3 things 1 To get more money to take care of my 4 children in school 2 To support my husband to be able to feed our household 3 To be able to process soya into various products and engage in it as a business With those goals in mind Ajara with support from the GROW project cultivated two acres of soybeans Despite bad rains she harvested 368kg from one acre The other acre is yet to be threshed Email Print Fall News Updates Fall has come and gone and Christmas and the New Year are already upon us A few major and excitin g EO events have taken place since the department s formation Senior Project Manager Ariane Ryan carried out a value chain analysis consultancy for World Vision in Myanmar heralding MEDA s expansion into yet another country This continues MEDA s work in bringing women s economic empowerment expertise to rural producers in rural regions of the world In October our team gained two new staff members Christine Faveri who assumed the role of Director of Women s Economic Opportunities WEO and Adam Bramm who was hired as a Senior Project Manager also for WEO Continuing MEDA s leadership in youth knowledge sharing Jen Denomy Director of Youth Economic Opportunities will continue to co facilitate the SEEP Youth and Financial Services Working Group along with Freedom From Hunger In November WEO became a Grand Challenges Explorations winner an initiative funded by the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation The pilot project is set to begin early 2014 and will involve an innovative global health and development research in Ghana The pilot will seek to make effective affordable water catchment storage and irrigation systems available to Northern Ghanaian women This will essentially extend their growing season and help them to produce more food to feed their families To read a more complete description of this exciting endeavor click here Email Print Basic improvements in literacy and numeracy benefit vulnerable Afghan youth who need to work I nformal education can greatly benefit both at risk youth and their employers a three year project in Afghanistan has found The Afghan Secure Futures ASF project implemented by MEDA under the STRIVE program facilitated access to supplementary literacy and numeracy training for out of school youth apprentices in Afghanistan The literacy and numeracy classes were one of a range of interventions that ASF pursued with the goal of strengthening local businesses and improving working conditions and employment prospects for youth apprentices ASF worked with Afghan education NGO Aschiana to design and deliver literacy and numeracy classes for out of school apprentices that would be immediately applicable to situations they would encounter in the workplace A

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