In a world marked by inequality, bridging the development gap in low-income communities calls for economic justice. The idea of financial inclusion, of empowering people who have been locked out of most income-generating opportunities, is essential to the objective of sustainable development.
In fact, financial inclusion is entrenched in a number of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, from ending poverty and hunger, to empowering women in the workforce, to investing in jobs growth and innovation.
Arowana Impact Capital is committed to breaking down barriers to economic opportunity. Equipped with data, we identify areas of impact, and support development-focused SMEs with financial resources and entrepreneurial insights. These solutions are designed to bolster income-generating efforts while contributing to the common good.