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Investment Facilitation: A new tool for economic development
In 2013 we collaborated with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to suggest a new approach to attracting private investment into overlooked and underserved economies.
Connecting Investment and Economic Development Best Practice
COVID-19 is causing countries in Africa and other parts of the developing world to face multiple overlapping crises: the pandemic itself, a wider health crisis, a food security crisis and an economic crisis that is further exacerbated by low commodity prices and a decline in global travel and trade as well as financial flows.
Investment Facilitation Revisited
Investment Facilitation in Transitional and Fragile States
This paper outlines a new tool for policymakers to deploy to encourage private-sector development in developing nations. Specifically it argues that in fragile states there are systemic failures that cause an intermediation gap between sources of capital and entrepreneurs seeking investment. This gap prevents investment by raising transaction costs and exacerbating information asymmetry.
Changes in student housing models across Africa
Changes in student accommodation models across East, West and Southern Africa have been in response to growth in student populations.
The USAID/Mozambique PLANETA program, implemented by CrossBoundary, releases the Carbon Finance Playbook
Africa Health Summit: a look at African healthcare progress and complications
CrossBoundary Advisory’s healthcare team was pleased to participate in IQVIA’s Africa Health Summit in Kigali last month, and to glean insights on the myriad ways that innovation is shaping the future of African healthcare.
“We build mini-grids”: explaining CrossBoundary Access’ project finance approach in 3 minutes
In this short Q&A, we explain what project finance is, how we use it to build mini-grids, and how our approach is based on the fundamental economics of bringing power to rural customers.
Opportunities in India’s Healthcare Market
While global investors have caught on to the opportunities in India’s energy transition and its globally recognized technology sector, we believe the Indian healthcare opportunity is an exciting growth market investors should be paying close attention to as well.
Health Facility Electrification Capital Landscape
CrossBoundary Access open sources project financing tools used to finance over $80m of mini-grids in Africa
CrossBoundary Access is open sourcing the project financing tools they have used to structure and finance $80m of mini-grid projects.
What’s the Most Efficient Way to Deploy Mini-Grid Distribution Infrastructure?
Open Sourcing Infrastructure Finance for Mini-Grids
Time is running out to achieve SDG7 in Africa. Mini-grids have a critical role to play, but are not yet attracting the capital they need.
Nigeria’s Rural Electrification Agency partners with CrossBoundary Access and ENGIE Energy Access to extend clean energy connections to 15 rural communities
The Rural Electrification Agency (REA) is proud to announce a groundbreaking partnership with CrossBoundary Energy Access Assets Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of CrossBoundary Access, a leading project financer of mini-grids in Africa, and ENGIE Energy Access Nigeria, a leading provider of solar home systems and mini-grid solutions.