As donors and host governments look for new, innovative solutions to global development challenges, Development Impact Bonds (DIBs), show tremendous potential. These new, innovative finance mechanisms offer the opportunity to mobilize private capital to finance development outcomes, enabling proven interventions to achieve scale.
SBAIC member SSG Advisors has been at the forefront of exploring the potential of DIBs to scale and sustain successful outcomes of USAID-funded projects. This month, the company was featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review regarding its work on DIBS and their potential to scale sustainable fisheries in developing countries.
Read the article here: Impact Bonds: A Scalable Solution to Sustainable Fisheries?
Established in 2005, SSG Advisors (www.ssg-advisors.com) is a woman-owned 8(a) and HUBZone-certified small disadvantaged business. SSG Advisors harnesses the power of collaboration to enable communities, companies and governments to drive market-based solutions to global challenges. SSG has worked with USAID, as a prime and subcontractor, in more than 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eurasia.