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[09/06/2021] How one small investment firm is using a systemic approach to massively impact agribusiness finance – SCOPEinsight

[03/02/2021] Nicaraguan cooperative finds the missing means in the midst of the pandemic – Rikolto 

Nicaraguaanse coöperatie vindt ontbrekende middelen in tijden van pandemie

[16/09/2020] Fairer Händel, Gemeinsam für ein Gutes Leben mit COCOCA (Fair Trade, Together for a Good Life with COCOCA)

[24/06/2020] Belgische impactinvesteerders ALTERFIN, BIO, BRS, INCOFIN, INPULSE, KAMPANI en KOIS roepen samen op tot actie in reactie op COVID-19 in ontwikkelingslanden 

COVID-19 Response – Belgian impact investors call for action

Les investisseurs d’impact belges appellent ensemble à l’action pour réagir au COVID-19

[23/04/2020] EOS Wetenschap: Hoe een Guatamalteekse koffievereniging zich wapent tegen de aardopwarming (How a Guatemalan coffee association arms itself against global warming)

[05/09/2019] Trends: Ondernemen voor een betere wereld: traditioneel en sociaal investeren groeien naar elkaar toe.
(Entrepreneurship for a better world: traditional and social investments are converging.)

[25/06/2018] Kanaal Z: Return on development

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[03/06/2016] VRT, item on “De Vrije Markt” with Peter Verlinden

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[6/6/2016] RTBF radio: Le Dossier éco de Matin Première – L’investissement en Afrique

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[20/05/2016] De Standaard: ‘Investeren in plaats van geld geven’ (Investing instead of giving money)

[20/05/2016] Echo: ‘Un fonds social pour soutenir le café Burundais (A social fund to support Burundian coffee)

[24/05/2016] MO.be: ‘Geen traditionele onderneming, maar ook geen klassieke liefdadigheid’ (No traditional enterprise, neither old school charity)