We fund projects in Africa to accelerate the social and ecological aspects with the aim of creating positive impact to the community
How It Works
We accept social and ecological impactful innovations from the African diaspora community that have a strong game-changing project in Africa. Startups must have a strong purpose and create both tangible and measurable impact beyond financial returns.
Projects are reviewed and approved for an intensive evaluation followed by a three-month training dubbed Plug-In Accelerator program. Projects that meet the threshold are benchmarked for direct funding.
The vision of Jamala Integral Fund is focused on achieving sustainable development goals in Africa. Through partnerships, fundamental and inclusive development trajectories have been achieved.
The Funding Model
The funding mechanism › Eligibility and approval – Impactful and sustainable projects - Technical and structured training – Strategic evaluation and direct funding
Our Plug-In program is designed to help African diaspora entrepreneurs raise capital and expand their startup in Africa. We are focused on promoting the UNDP SDG 7, 13 and social innovations
Where We Invest
Jamala Integral Fund portfolio focusses on effective social and green sustainable innovations in continental Africa. The strategy is to elevate the community and at the same time eradicate poverty.
Our experts apply their extensive knowledge and experience in business strategy. Clients receive mentorship, coaching and training, in addition the program has been built around the special needs our clients.
It is possible to invest in Zimbabwe? Which currency and how can I be sure that I will get my returns let alone my money when things go wrong? “I am thinking of creating a group/plaform for Zimbabwe disapora to start a project back home together”.
The objective of the Zimbabwe diaspora investment seminar was to bring together members of the Zimbabwe diaspora, friends of Zimbabwe, private sector and students with shared interests in the role and contribution of the diaspora.
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