In this second meeting of the Peer-to-Peer Talks we hold a thematic session on developing financial strategies and finding the right investor/mechanism to support its implementation.
We explored this topic using practical examples from landscapes and Bankable Nature Solutions projects.
They shared their challenges in developing a long-term funding strategy and all participants contributed to help case presenters to find ways to move forward.
These are the projects that presented their challenges:
- Sioma Seed Growers Association (Zambia).- Strategies for small nature based businesses to secure funding.
- Mahachi Mana Farms (Zambia).- How to deal with the biggest factors that investors look at a business plan from a start-up organization.
- Fund for the Recovery of the Landscape of the Maule Region (Chile)- How to identify and access capital providers interested to support Forest Landscape Restoration via products additional to carbon credits.
We also had a very inspiring talk form Guy Warren from Hamerkop Climate Impacts about the Case of SME’s uptake of Carbon Finance in Zambia.
Check the presentations and the agenda available in this page