Development Finance

A new approach to finance could unlock access to energy for 600 million Africans

A 500W solar system in a rural village in Uganda Image: USAID on Flickr

Andrew Herscowitz

Chief Development Officer, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)

Hela Cheikhrouhou

Vice President, Middle East, Central Asia, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Pak, International Finance Corporation

Milagros Rivas Saiz

Chief of Advisory Services, Interamerican Development Bank Group

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