Notícias

Source: OECD
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09/06/2022

Spain’s first social impact fund, the Huruma Fund, helps to fill the funding gap for smallholder and marginalised farmers in partner countries. The fund – a partnership between Spain, the European Union and private sector investors – shows how public resources can be used efficiently to attract private investment in areas of high risk but with a large impact on poverty.

Read complete article: https://www.oecd.org/development-cooperation-learning/practices/spain-s-huruma-fund-attracting-private-investment-for-smallholder-agriculture-04e5851b/