Our Impact

Creating business solutions to poverty

Sustainable. Scalable. Measurable. Replicable.

Creating business solutions to poverty is dependent on data. Data empowers us to make informed decisions, identify problems, be strategic in our approaches, develop programming, and improve people’s lives. It ensures that our work is scalable, replicable, and sustainable.

How we work

We partner with experienced small and medium-sized businesses, financial institutions, farmers, and market actors to create sustainable solutions to poverty through business and entrepreneurship.

Proving our Impact

We are committed to measuring lasting impact. Data informs our interventions, decisions, and adaptations. By collecting and analyzing data, we can best contribute to our client’s economic empowerment and prosperity.

Our Global Impact FY2023


Decent Work (Created/Sustained)


Direct Individual


Direct Businesses



Stories of Change

A woman sells chicken products at a stand in Kenya.

The Critical Role of Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises in Agriculture: Wendy’s Story

July 4, 2024

Wendy Ronga is part of a new era of entrepreneurship changing lives across Kenya. This young mother is on a...

A photo of Wit Holganza on her cacao farm in the Philippines.

People, Planet, and Profit: Wit Holganza’s Holistic Approach to Success in the Philippines’ Cacao Sector

June 21, 2024

Wit Holganza is both a farmer and a food crafter. Through support from the RIISA project, she has also become...

A woman stands under a cacao tree in the Philippines.

Evangeline’s Journey: Environmental Innovation in the Philippines Transforms Opportunities for Women Farmers

May 21, 2024

Evangeline is the proud owner of Novela Farm. Through environmental innovation, she is leading the way towards new economic opportunities...

“Thanks to the support of the program, I better manage my small business and have another source of income. This opportunity allows me to save money, take care of my son, and help my parents, six brothers and three sisters with whom I live.”

— Esthère, Small Business Owner, ATTEINDRE Project Client, Haiti