The Fund for Agricultural Finance in Nigeria (“FAFIN”) is an innovative agribusiness-focused private equity fund that provides tailored investment capital and technical assistance to high-growth, commercially attractive agricultural SMEs across all regions in Nigeria using quasi-equity, equity and structured debt instruments. FAFIN was established to address a portion of the estimated US$5 billion funding gap in long-term, growth-oriented finance for agribusiness SMEs in Nigeria, while ensuring sustainable development impact within the sector. FAFIN’s investors include the African Development Bank, CDC Group, Dutch Good Growth Fund (managed by Triple Jump), KfW Development Bank, the Nigerian Federal Government (via the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Federal Ministry of Finance), and the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority.