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The Enterprise Development Programme Annual Review 2013

The Enterprise Development Programme Annual Review 2013

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THE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
ANNUAL REVIEW 2013
 
FEATURES
52 Measuring Up
Assessing our impact on the Pavitra seed enterprise in Nepal
54 Taking Stock
Six years of EDP – what the independent evaluators said
56 Making Waves
How our work influences the wider market environment
58 Plum Jobs in Armenia
A new processing plant brings hope to rural women
60 Built on Trust
Alan Nesbit shares his thoughts on the EDP journey so far
 CONTENTS
Proud to be different 4Key people 5How EDP works 6Director’s introduction 8Snapshot of the portfolio 10Portfolio highlights 12Manager’s review 14Current portfolio 16
Armenia (fruit processing) 18Bangladesh (chilli) 20Colombia (dairy products) 22Ethiopia (food oil) 24Ethiopia (honey) 26Honduras (fruit and vegetables) 28Nepal Dafacos (seeds and vegetables) 30Nepal Pavitra (vegetable seeds) 32OPT (natural foods) 34Pakistan (dairy products) 36Philippines (moringa leaves) 38Rwanda (mushrooms) 40Sri Lanka (dairy products) 42Tanzania (sisal) 44
Where EDP works 46New projects 48
Bolivia (cocoa) 49Nepal (rice) 50Honduras (vegetables and beans) 51
 
PROUD TO BE DIFFERENT KEY PEOPLE
5
With your support, Oxfam provides an intelligent mix of loans and grants to small and medium enterprises throughout the developing world, helping people to work their way out of poverty. But it’s not just about providing capital. It’s about identifying business opportunities, and helping entrepreneurs develop and implement viable business plans. It’s a pioneering, business-based approach to development.
EDP Board
Penny Lawrence
EDP Director and International Director, Oxfam
Joss Saunders
EDP Chair, Legal Counsel and Company Secretary, Oxfam
Vincenzo Morelli
TPG Capital, founder
Alan Nesbit
Maitri Trust, founder
Jo Barnett
Virgin Money
Sandy Arbuthnot
Private supporter
Ursula van Almsick
Private supporter
Gavin Stewart
Private supporter and Oxfam trustee
Investment Committee
Chris West
Shell Foundation
David Irwin
Irwin Grayson Associates
David Pitt-Watson
Private supporter and Treasurer of Oxfam
Rachel Crossley
Periscope Advisors
David Bright
Head of Economic Justice Programming, Oxfam
EDP Team
Hugo Sintes
EDP Manager
Alan Doran
Business and Finance Adviser
Kim Sophastienphong
Asia Coordinator
Fabian Llinares
Latin America Coordinator
Maria Michalopoulou
EDP Communications
EDP is unique and it works. It combines Oxfam’s international presence and experience with the finance and expertise of our supporters and partners. It creates wealth and drives change in poor communities. Crucially, it helps many thousands of people – especially women – to work their way out of poverty.
“As an EDP Board member, I have been impressed by the fact that such a well-established organisation as Oxfam has responded to my inputs and has listened and adapted to the dialogue between the external and Oxfam Board members. This is what makes being an EDP Board member so rewarding.”
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Alan Nesbit, EDP Board Member
The Enterprise Development Programme (EDP) adopts an innovative approach to building sustainable businesses, combining elements of private equity and rural economic development. We invest where others don’t go – and where the potential for social impact is highest.
EDP country teams
Armenia
Vadim Uzunyan
Bangladesh
Golam Fazle Rabbani Norul Amin
Colombia
Felipe Barney Arango
Ethiopia
Dawit Derbew Kidane Seyoum
Honduras
Mario Roberto Torres
Nepal
Buddhi Raj Tamang
Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) and Israel
Mustafa Ismael
Pakistan
Shahida Parveen
Philippines
Jessan Catre
Rwanda
Dieudonné Rutware Sharad Mahajan
Tanzania
Azimio Mbegu

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