Working together for an inclusive agri-SME

finance ecosystem

The Smallholder and Agri-SME Finance and Investment Network (SAFIN) is a partnership of actors that are committed to aligning their efforts to scale up access to financial services for agri-SMEs and for small commercial farms. We are financial institutions, philanthropic foundations, social lenders, technical assistance providers, farmers' organizations, and development finance organizations. From different vantage points, with different tools and entry points, each one of us works to bridge the investment gap in agriculture and food systems by financially empowering agri-SME and smallholder investors. 

What's new?
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In this interview, Yossef Zahar, a Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Affiliated Researcher and entrepreneur, speaks about how climate finance can be used to unlock opportunities to “build back greener” in agriculture in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Where we're going

12 July 2021

RNE-Private Sector Dialogue – Webinar

Transforming Agri-Food Systems to achieve the SDGs


15 July 2021

AgriFinance community of practice (CoP)

Movable Collateral


What we're reading

Geodata for agritech and fintech: What have we learned?



How Fintech Facilitates MSME Access to Financing


State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money


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Food Systems in Africa: Rethinking the Role of Markets

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Training opportunity: Agricultural and Rural Finance Training Programme 

Funding opportunity: FFA Venture Scale and Venture Build programmes

Job opportunity: Oikocredit Managing Director

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