Impact Investments could guide the way for financial inclusion in Africa, as the right balance of profit-based investments and a developmental mind-set is key to bridge the gap between the haves and the have-nots in the fast growing continent. Globally, Africa lags behind other developing regions in financial inclusion with only 23% of adults holding
Started in 1982, the National Private School (NPS) is one of the best private schools in Muscat, in a competitive market where private schooling is in high demand. A majority of new generation Omani parents tend to send their children to private school because of the flexibility provided in choice of curriculum as well as
In a fast growing continent where the poor are growing poorer as the rich grow richer, impact investments might be the only lasting solution to bridge the rich-poor divide with much-needed social infrastructure. Could the continent finally be headed for a stable economic future, away from the shadow of volatile resource prices? A preliminary analysis
Al Nasser Dairy Shop was established in 2007 by Mr. Mohammad Badarneh of Irbid. The business produces all its dairy products from fresh milk supplied by a local supplier from nearby dairy farms.