The foundation provided support to UNICEF’s Vaccine Independence Initiative to ensure that Nigeria would not face stock outs of lifesaving vaccines.
M-KOPA is a Nairobi-based, off-grid solar energy company, which makes residential power systems affordable and accessible to low-income, off-grid customers through a mobile payment-based lease-to-own model.
The Medical Credit Fund provides loans and technical assistance to small primary care clinics in Africa. Through the loan fund, MCF expanded its lending and technical assistance across Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, and Tanzania.
KIPP Houston is a Charter Management Organization (CMO) and a top-ranked school system for low-income students. The investment provided affordable facility financing to high-performing CMOs.
Immunocore develops innovative biological therapeutics that exploit the power of the body’s own immune system to find and kill diseased cells. The foundation partnered with the company to expand its focus into infectious disease.
The foundation sponsored the creation of GHIF as a social impact investment fund to support the development of drugs, vaccines, and diagnostics for diseases that specifically burden low- and middle-income populations.
Many people across the world lack access to safe and affordable contraceptives. To address this need, we provided a low-interest loan to help DKT International increase sustainable access to vital reproductive health products in developing countries.
As a follow-on to the CSGF Facility Fund, the organization created a new fund in 2016, to broaden their lending to include early-stage operators, provide more proactive technical assistance and partner with other key stakeholders to remove barriers to affordable charter facilities and financing.
The Charter School Growth Fund provides strategic support to high-performing charter management organizations. Inclusive within its support, CSGF provided subordinated bridge loans to address the short-term financing gap CMOs face during construction.
ClinVet specializes in conducting clinical trials to understand and improve veterinary health products. With the help of the foundation, ClinVet was able to construct a new facility in Morocco to expand its capabilities to conduct trials for livestock products.