It’s always a pleasure to reconnect with you all, and I’m delighted to share a synopsis of our activities over the first half of 2022. We are already halfway through the year and remain optimistic that we are at a point in history when we are smarter and have more options and opportunities. Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) remains committed, and our actions and investment decisions play a critical role in driving the narrative towards significant and measurable social and development impact.
Welcome to the 4th edition of the Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) bi-Annual Newsletter-January 2022. A lot has happened since our last edition in July 2021. We are delighted to have reached the year 2022 and appreciate you staying with us as we provide updates on our activities for over the last six months and on the impact investing arena.
Welcome to yet another edition of the Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) Biannual Newsletter. We are glad to have crossed the first half of the year 2021 and do appreciate you staying with us as we continue to share updates from the Yield Fund and PCP.
Welcome to 2021 and the first edition of the Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) Bi-Annual Newsletter in this new year. Another year has come and an eventful one has passed. We wish you a successful new year, new start and miles to go. Read More
Welcome to the third edition of the Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) Bi-Annual Newsletter. We are just past halfway through the year 2020 and are privileged to have you on board as we continue to provide you with the latest insights and information from the agribusiness ecosystem here in East Africa.
2019 was a special year for PCP with the successful celebration of the Final Yield Fund Launch, the new additional investments to the portfolio and our latest B Corporation Award.
The European Union (EU) through the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the National Social Security Fund Uganda (NSSF) worked together to catalyze investments in the Uganda agriculture value chains with the launch of the Yield Uganda Investment Fund in early 2017. An initial €12 million (UGX 46 billion) was made available to provide much needed access to capital for small and medium agri-businesses in Uganda.