Enterprise Partners is established to facilitate agro-industrial growth and enables access to finance in Ethiopia.
Agro-industrial growth and improved access to finance in Ethiopia will lead to increased job and income opportunities for poor people, particularly women. Enterprise Partners hopes to make an impact by facilitating the creation of 45,000 jobs (consisting of 75% women) and increasing the incomes of 65,000 poor households.
The project is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), and implemented by DAI and its consortium partners; First Consult, Itad, Enclude, and BCaD. Enterprise Partners uses the Making Markets Work for the Poor approach (M4P), to achieve this impact.