• Fairtrade Access Fund supports indigenous coffee producer organisation in Colombia

    The Fairtrade Access Fund approved a Trade Finance Loan of USD 500,000 to ASOANEI, a FLO certified indigenous coffee producer organisation in Colombia that groups 5 different ethnic groups. It’s the Fund’s third investment in Colombia and the first one directly to a small producer organization.
  • Incofin Investment Management and Triodos Investment Management take a joint 36% stake in MDO Arvand LLC, Tajikistan

    Incofin Investment Management’s Rural Impulse Fund II together with Triodos Microfinance Fund and Triodos Fair Share Fund, funds managed by Triodos Investment Management, have taken a joint significant minority stake of 36% in the Tajik Microcredit Deposit-taking Organisation Arvand LLC. The investment of both partners will primarily be used to fund the geographical expansion and the diversification of the institution’s range of financial services in the rural areas of Tajikistan.
  • Fairtrade Access Fund disburses two new loans to Honduran cooperative COCAFELOL

    The Honduran cooperative COCAFELOL received two new loans from the Fairtrade Access Fund. A Long Term Loan of USD 500,000 will be used for the farm rehabilitation of 255 hectares of coffee plantations of 291 smallholder coffee farmers. The rehabilitation will help to increase the production capacity which decreased due to coffee rust in the last two cycles.

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