Portfolio Overview

    Managed by WWF-NL and SNV collectively, the Origination Facility is positioned exclusively for project identification and (pre-) feasibility development activities with a cross DFCD thematic sub-sector focus. This window seeks to leverage the landscape strategy for activity sourcing and develop opportunities into viable business cases for the two investment windows (as below).

    The Origination Facility provides grant funding and Technical Assistance for its activities. €30 million will be allocated to this window to be deployed in ~ 70 projects.

    Below you find an overview of all projects that are currently funded by the Origination Facility. Please click on the client names for a more detailed description of each project.

    • Orlar Vietnam

      €350,000 grant & SNV technical assistance package
      For net zero greenhouse gas farming in Vietnam.

    • Safi Sana Mali Ltd

      €301,432 grant & SNV technical assistance package
      To develop the final business investment proposal for a Faecal Sludge and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant in Bamako, Mali.

    • Amiran

      €212,230 grant
      To promote sustainable farming in Kenya by financing credit sales of agricultural inputs and equipment to commercially oriented individual, smallholder and SME farming corporations.

    • ACI Agrolink

      €107,000 grant & SNV technical assistance package
      To further develop a business investment proposition for sustainable shrimp farming in the Ganges Delta, Bangladesh.

    • Forest Carbon

      €250,000 grant & €160,000 SNV technical assistance package
      For forestry management by Forest Carbon, a restoration project developer in Southeast Asia.

    • Solar Water Solutions Kenya

      Grant & SNV technical assistance package
      For the development of solar powered water purification systems in Kenya.

    • SeatechEnergy

      €250,000 grant & SNV technical assistance package
      To further develop a proposal to test and build a seaweed farming cooperative project in South Sulawesi (Indonesia) using pod technology.