Just like Bunders and Broerse (1991), we believe that agricultural biotechnology, also known as agro-biotech will be instrumental in contributing significantly toward increasing food production by rural and resource-limited farmers, while preserving declining resources such as forests, soil, water, and arable land.
Currently, there are many conversations about the impact of biosciences in Africa, but so far funds to support the knowledge-based development has been limited.
Our Fund provides equity capital and technical assistance to Africa biotechnical-agro-biotech companies. Changing Flames offer an integrated investment package. We provide management advice, training, governance, and technical assistance, as well as invest in the form of equity and quasi-equity instruments.