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Arbutus Medical


Canada

Launched in 2014 Arbutus is a medical device company developing affordable world class medical devices. Their flagship product is an affordable surgical drill kit. The Drill Cover increases efficiency and accuracy while reducing the capital cost of orthopedic drills allowing surgeons to safely use a low cost hardware drill within a clean surgical environment. Arbutus sells the Drill Cover in combo kits which include a low cost hardware drill and a set of five sterile covers.

Human health & social work

Company

EA Fruits Farm


United Republic of Tanzania

EA FRUITS FARM & COMPANY is the company which engages in large production and distribution of fruits and variety of vegetables including pineapples watermelons oranges mangoes tomatoes carrots and grapes supply of these fruits to customers all over Tanzania especially in Dar Es Salaam and extending to overseas boundaries. The business is located at Bagamoyo in a village called Fukayosi where the production takes place in the company s own land with 50.3 acres size. Currently the distribution of its products will be done in some parts of Tanzania and is expected to go beyond Tanzania borders in the near future.

Other

Company

Ensibuuko


Uganda

Ensibuuko is a Tech social entreprise that builds ICT Mobile solutions for the rural poor. They build ICT Mobile solution that enable entreprises to deliver these services much efficiently and to scale rapidly as they reach under served communities.

Financial & Insurance activites

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Forestry and Agricultural Investment Management (FAIM Rwanda)


Rwanda

Founded in 2011 FAIM has established the first tissue culture lab and plant propagation facility of its kind in Africa producing clean disease free planting materials demonstrating how such plants combined with good agronomy can increase production and teaching sustainable agriculture techniques. FAIM plants increase farmer productivity 5 to 10 times current yields. This is key to enhancing food security in Rwanda which has one of the lowest levels of agricultural productivity in all of Africa and the lowest rate of nutrition in the region.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

Company

Geel Medical Services


Uganda

GEEL Medical services was founded on the 1st September 2011 with a mission to reduce preventable health related deaths in marginalized areas of sub Saharan Africa by improving access to quality affordable and reliable comprehensive healthcare services with a focus on maternal child(women and children) health.

Other

Company

Impact Africa Industries


Launched in 2010 Impact Africa Industries is manufacturing affordable sanitary pads for the BOP population and distributing them across East Africa under the brand Safi and Malaika. The company is connected with 720 schools and continuously enrolling more. The company makes pads of two types disposable pads and reusable pads.

Other

Company

Jibu


Uganda

To address both the water crisis and employment crisis Jibu equips entrepeneurs with a proven business in a box franchise solution strategically located storefronts that draw water from any local source and filter / package it on the spot using leading edge ultra filtration. Drinking water is sold in reusable bottles to the bottom 90% of the under served market within a hyper local target market (about 2km radius around each franchise) at a price lower than cost of the charcoal required to boil water. Launched in 2012 Jibu has now launched 5 franchises.

Water & Sewerage

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PowerGen Renewable Energy


Kenya

PowerGen Renewable Energy founded in 2011 is a premier renewable energy design and installation firm in the African region. In 2013 PowerGen began to address the problem of rural energy access by installing and operating alternating current (AC) solar micro grids in off grid communities in East Africa. Micro grids can be deployed quickly offer a low connection fee for customers have more functionality than solar lanterns (it is real AC power) and can be expanded to supply more energy as customer demand grows. From a business perspective micro grids offer a new way of thinking about rural electrification rapidly deployable private infrastructure. To date PowerGen has installed 18 micro grids providing electricity to over 550 homes and businesses benefiting over 23000 people.

Energy

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