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Our Collective Impact

Africa Eats impacts are broad, as there are a multitude of business models in the portfolio. SDGs Simplest is to start with the SDGs.  For each company, we simply tick off the SDGs they are most involved in tackling.  Below is the histogram. 26 of the African Eats companies are tackling poverty. 19 tacking hunger and decent jobs. Half are production companies building industry and...

Historic and Future Revenues

8 of the 27 companies within Africa Eats were started way in or before 2014. The rest within the last five years. Back in 2014, the cumulative revenues from those 8 companies was $600,000 USD. In 2019, the cumulative revenues of this group of companies grew to $7 million USD. That is a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 51%. For 2020, despite the pandemic, the companies are estimating total...

Guided Tours

With the global pandemic site visits are not happening in 2020. But thanks to video cameras and the interest, you can take virtual tours of many of the Africa Eats companies.

Africa Eats Ltd.

Africa Eats is incorporated in Mauritius. Why Mauritius? It’s the #1 choice for headquarters of pan-African companies, especially holding companies, and Africa Eats is from Day 1 working across the African continent. Mauritius is also neutral ground. Africa Eats investee companies operate in 10 countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Nigeria, and...

Our (Collective) Sustainable Development Goals

With a broad collection of companies within Africa Eats comes good coverage on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. 26 of the African Eats companies are tackling poverty. 19 tacking hunger and decent jobs. Half are production companies building industry and infrastructure. Almost half working directly to reduce inequalities, some specifically gender equality. Those are the obvious and direct...

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