CleanStar Mozambique will receive an investment of $6m from the non-profit Soros Economic Development Fund for ethanol stoves to reduce the environmental impact of charcoal production and the health hazards of burning charcoal inside the home.
What does SEDF stand for?
SEDF stands for Soros Economic Development Fund (New York, NY)
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We have 4 other meanings of SEDF in our Acronym Attic
- Selective Deposition of Silicides and Epitaxial Silicon (ESPRIT Project 5004)
- Secretaría de Desarrollo Social (Spanish: Ministry of Social Development; Mexico)
- Secure Data Exchange (software; Swiss Federal Statistical Office)
- Sedimentary Exhalative
- Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (UK)
- SEAMEO (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization) Educational Development Fund
- Seattle Economic Development Fund (Seattle, WA)
- Sindh Enterprise Development Fund (Pakistan)
- Sober Emotional Destructive Follower
- Socio-Economic Development Foundation
- South Asia Enterprise Development Facility (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
- Semiconductor Demand Forecast Accuracy Model
- Surface-Emitting Distributed Feedback
- Single-Ended Dual-Fed Distributed Amplifier (microwave theory)
- Scholarship, Education, and Defense Fund for Racial Equality
- Scottish Enterprise Dumfries and Galloway
- Starweb Email Discussion Group (online role-playing game)
- Scottish Executive Department of Health (UK)
- Secretaria de Estado dos Direitos Humanos (Brazil)
- Sedimentary History (oil exploration)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The fund's initial capital is composed of commitments from a diversified group of participants from around the world, including the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the Soros Economic Development Fund, the Pension Boards of the United Church of Christ and Crescent Investments in addition to other prominent international investors.
This past October, Haitian business executive Youri Mevs, for instance, had announced plans to build a $45 million industrial park, being spearheaded by the WIN Group, the Mevs family's Haiti-based conglomerate, and its partner, the Soros Economic Development Fund.
10 said Haiti has recently seen an up-swell in investments, with organizations such as Royal/Caribbean Cruise Lines increasing its visibility and local enterprises such as WIN Group, which in coordination with the Soros Economic Development Fund, plans to build a $45 million new Free Zone.