PaxTerra is built on the belief that domestic and international private sector investment are already driving the future of development at scale. Leveraging those drivers for prosperity creation, poverty alleviation and reduction of income inequality is our mission.
PaxTerra sees a new path. The next 20 years of development will be sharply different than the past 50. We work with the private and public sectors, and create opportunities for public-private partnerships.
We match carefully selected private projects with investors seeking to do well and do good. Our initial focus is healthcare in Africa, followed by private power and agribusiness worldwide.
Trade is an engine of economic growth. We stress value-added trade between developing countries, helping build private sector value chains that expand income and opportunity.
On December 11, 2013, Asif Shaikh wan honored at the Society for International Development, Washington, DC Chapter (SID-W), with its highest award –
George Taylor, PaxTerra Senior Associate, completed a lauded study on Nepal in collaboration with Philanthropy Support Services. The study, undertaken for
Malcolm Gilroy, PaxTerra Chief Investment Officer, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Jane Goodall Institute, Canada. Founded by Jane Goodall,
PaxTerra is pleased to announce that Kathleen Kautai, a highly-accomplished business leader with decades of experience doing business effectively in the
Most parts of sub-Saharan Africa suffer an extreme shortage of high standards of healthcare delivery for the rural poor, as well as the urbanized middle