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  • Norfund contributes to cattle farming in Malawi


    Norfund has made a loan investment to Nyama World Limited, a fully integrated beef production company in Malawi. All livestock are sourced, produced, processed and sold in Malawi.

  • Welcome to breakfast-seminars in June

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    "China's role as investor in emerging markets" and "Why DFIs need to use OFCs" are the topics of the next seminars. Please register now.

  • Norfund opens a new office in Accra, Ghana.

    This month, Norfund has opened a new office in Accra, Ghana and is ready to start investing. “Initially, we will focus on investments in Ghana. After some years we will probably expand to other English speaking countries in the region“, says Norfund Executive Vice President Finn Ivar Marum.

  • Fattige land trenger investorene

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    I stedet for å mobbe dem som gjør feil, må norske politikere, mediene og andre heie på investorer som tar risiko i fattige land. Leserinnlegg av Kjell Roland i Dagens Næringsliv 10.05.2017

  • Norfund's results 2016


    Norfund's Report on Operations 2016 is available now and gives you the highlights from last years investments, successes and challenges.

  • Kristin Clemet received the "Fritt ord" award


    (The article below is in Norwegian only) Kristin Clemet mottok den 19. april Fritt Ords Honnør for mangeårige innsats for en kunnskapsbasert og saklig offentlig debatt. Kristin Clemet har vært styreleder for Norfund i 10 år og daglig leder for tenketanken Civita i 11 år. Hun har vært svært sentral for den positive utviklingen både av Civita og av Norfund.

  • Solar power to Egypt

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    Scatec Solar and partners have signed 25-year Power Purchase Agreements for delivery of electricity from six solar plants totalling 400 MW in Egypt.

  • More capital to boost job creation


    The new white paper presented today, "Shared responsibility for our common future", suggests a 50 percent increase in capital allocation to Norfund over the next four years: from NOK 1.5 billion today to NOK 2.25 billion.

Norfund - The Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries

Fridtjof Nansens Plass 4
N-0160 Oslo

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