Country: Senegal
Sector of activity: Digital, Tech
Status: Capital investment
Associed fund: I&P Développement, Teranga Capital
Entrepreneur: Kalifa FAAL
In portfolio since: 2019

Xoom Wireless is a Gambia-based internet service provider, established in 2017. It was granted a full operating licence in 2018 by the Gambian Public Utilities Regulatory Authority. The company intends to offer a wide range of broadband products to Gambian users through "LTE TDD" technology in and around Banjul.


Kalifa FAAL is a computer science graduate from Florida State University. He has more than 10 years of experience in internet and web technologies. He worked for 8 years in the United States as a sales and marketing manager. He is the founder and CEO of KMF Technology, a computer hardware and tool supply company based in The Gambia.


Teranga Capital's investment in Xoom Wireless aims to :

  • Support the reflection on the first phase of deployment and future extensions of the activity
  • Strengthen managerial, technical and administrative management capacities by supporting the development of management methods and tools.
  • To enable the project to benefit from Teranga Capital's network, to put it in touch with partner companies in Senegal and abroad.


  • Management of energy consumption (electricity, water and diesel)
  • Formalization of human resources, recruitment of qualified personnel
  • Support for the implementation of financial and administrative management tools



Teranga Capital is the first impact investment fund dedicated to the financing and support of Senegalese SMEs and start-ups. Headed by Olivier Furdelle, Teranga Capital is the third African fund sponsored by Investisseurs & Partenaires under the I&P Développement 2 program. The network currently includes a fund in Niger (Sinergi Niger), Burkina Faso (Sinergi Burkina), Ivory Coast (Comoé Capital) and Madagascar (Miarakap).

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