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Watching Sustainable Emerging Markets, London 24-25 May 2011

Posted by AfricaSIF Project on Wednesday, May 25, 2011, In : Events 
Its a sunny day in London for day 2 of the Sustainable Emerging Markets conference #sustainable2011 being held at the Renaissance Hotel in Holborn. All the whos who of the Responsible Investing (RI) world is here.

Each guru and aspiring guru is talking, listening and sharing. But where is arguing? Arguing, although a word which usually carries negative connotation, can in actuality often be a very positive insight provider. I am personally new to this field of SRI, RI, or ESG investment...

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Investing in Africa's Health

Posted by AfricaSIF Project on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, In : General 

In this month's McKinsey Quarterly, Tim Knapp, Ben Richardson and Shrey Viranna informed readers of what they believed where the three most promising healthcare delivery approaches in Africa. The authors assert that a model comprised of local health officers, telemedicine and mobile clinics would effectively solve the access to health care problem at low costs. The Africa Sustainable Investment Forum believes that in a region where women face 100 times the risk of maternal mortality tha...


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