Our quarterly newsletter reviews the latest news from I&P (portfolio, team, etc.) and offers original content (interviews with entrepreneurs, editorials, analysis, etc.).
You will find below additional documents and resources to learn more about our activities. We also publish the annual impact reports of our various funds and programs.
Historically, I&P has measured its impact and achievements in individual reports at the level of our various investment vehicles. I&P publishes also since 2020 an annual report to capture an aggregate picture of the collective results of our mission across the entire organization and team.
I&P releases annually the ESG & Impact Reporting of the funds under management. A public version of each reporting is avaiable on our website:
I&P conducts every year an in-depth impact study on one of its portfolio's company. These studies give a great insight on the impacts of our partners on their stakeholders (employees, clients, contractors, local communities) and their environment.
Initiated by the photographer Joan Bardeletti and Investisseurs & Partenaires, "Small is Powerful" aims to show a new facet of the African continent and to demonstrate the key role played by the small and medium-size enterprises for the development of the continent.
The project follows five SMEs, operating across the continent in various sectors: Agrisatch, a local producer of good-quality eggs in Benin, Centrale du Solaire (CDS) in Mauritania, which provides access to water and electricity in rural area, the Senegalese clinic NEST, dedicated to the care of woman and child, Indian Ocean Trepang (IOT), specialized in the breeding of sea cucumbers in Madagascar and Wecyclers in Nigeria, which provides an innovative recycling service in Lagos.
As an analytical and visual project, Small is Powerful gathers impact studies and on-site reportages. The project focuses on the entrepreneurs and office life, but also assesses the impacts these enterprises have on their environment and their stakeholders (job creation, infrastructure, improvement of living conditions…)
Before each reportage, there is extensive preparatory work with the SMEs, filling in an impact assessment matrix specifically drawn up by the project team and based on EU recommendations in the domain. The study questions the impacts of the company on its ecosystem (employees, clients, suppliers, local communities…). The contents of the matrix constitute a check-list which then guides the visual production (photo and video) during a 10-day reportage on-site.
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