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May 29, 2020 By: F&BKP Office Image: F&BKP Office
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During the online meetings, CoP members refer to several documents and information, which will regularly be added to the resources list in this post.

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) Risk Registers

The COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in governmental measures including lockdowns, social distancing and prohibition of transport. This creates several risks for the projects of the SDG Partnership Facility (SDGP) and the Facility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security (FDOV). RVO made an assessment among the lead partners and published the result in Risk Registers:
Please download the SDGP Risk Register.
Please download the FDOV Risk Register.

PlusPlus crowdfunding platform

As part of their COVID-19 response, Solidaridad and ICCO are using PlusPlus, a crowdfunding platform which they set up together with Truvalu and Lendahand. The platform provides access to finance for agri-food SMEs and aims to ensure and further foster food security, entrepreneurship and employment in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Read more about PlusPlus.

2SCALE financial pitch deck

A financial pitch deck (demand-side), which provides an overview of loan ticket size in demand from a portions of 2SCALE’s portfolio of partnerships. This generally highlights the current liquidity constraints from Sub Saharan African SMEs during this COVID-19 restriction times.
Please download Please download “Agribusiness Investees – Investments Pitch Deck”.

2SCALE survey of business partners

In recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic has troubled the world. Beyond a health crisis, it has also caused an economic crisis. Food systems are also greatly affected, but it is not that easy to understand the details of this. As it is very important for 2SCALE to understand this impact and act upon it, they asked their private sector partners: How do you deal with this pandemic?
Please follow this link to the news item in which the results of the survey are shared.

GAIN bi-weekly rapid assessment reports

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) publishes a document series summarising some rapid assessments undertaken to understand early impacts of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on food systems in a set of low- and middle-income countries where GAIN works (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Nigeria). A particular focus is placed on small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) within the food system.
Please follow this link to the series “Impact of Covid-19 on food systems: a situation report”.

ANDE COVID-19 Response and Resources

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) has a dedicated COVID-19 page which they continue to update with resources relevant to the Small and Growing Businesses (SGB) sector; resources can be added through a content submission form.
Please follow this link to the page with COVID-19 Resources.

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