The fund was established in 2013, with four companies in the portfolio:
- Brindge Internation Academies, a company that has developed a "school-in-a-box" system to give poor families in Kenya access to affordable high-quality primary education.
- The Paradigm Project, a distributor of fuel efficient cookstoves in Kenya.
- Sanergy. Sanergy offers hygenic sanitation to Kenya's urban slums, with a focus on developing local small entrepreneurs. The company won Financial Times Urban Ingenuity Price in 2013
- MFarm, a company that developes SMS and web-based commodity exchange for the 5 million smallholder farmers in Kenya.