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A company named Investing in Impact (3i) has demanded that the nation immediately concentrate on resolving the gender gap, financing problems, and contributing to the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 5 (SDG 5).

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During a virtual conference, the organization emphasized that in order to close the gap in the sector, it is imperative to adopt creative finance approaches to support marginalized rural communities, with a particular focus on women, widows, and internally displaced persons.

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Gbenga Ariyo, the CEO of the 3i initiative, clarified that money is unavailable to livestock farmers in rural areas, the majority of whom are women. He pointed out that the project will not only increase financial accessibility but also start the farmers on a profitable training path.

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“Our goal is to reduce poverty by providing farmers with specialized training that will equip them for large-scale farming.”

“Impact investment financing is tailored for investors, financial institutions, research institutes, and international organizations,” he stated, elucidating on the categories of focus. Government agencies, charitable foundations, and nonprofit organizations will be served by grant-based financing, whereas capital recovery finance makes sure that invested cash is recovered over a predetermined time frame.

“The initiative will ensure the livestock sector’s long-term success and provide specialized training on fundamental financial and business management, while enhancing the recipients’ entrepreneurial skills to promote resilience.”

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