Pay for Success (PFS) is an innovative new funding mechanism that is used to fund social benefit projects with high quality impact gauges. PTA projects appear in each sector of homeless people, healthcare, education. The new model proves that the PTA project can be used to stimulate investment in commodities, as well as the development of labor. What is the impact on the private sector? Will your company pay for success?
Joint Fund for Commodities launched Impact Impact Bond (DIB) to modernize the production of cocoa and coffee in Peru’s Amazon region, Ashaninka. This first DIB sector posed itself as the new limit of the ability to pay for success (PFS).
The DIB follows the main principles of the PFS project, but they have third-party payers instead of governments. In this case, the Joint Fund for Commodities has agreed to repayment of the investor, the Schmidt Family Foundation, following a predetermined objective.
Rainforest Foundation UK is the service provider for this project, and the organization has started experimenting with leaf-resistant coffee strains. Leaf disease caused nearly 70% of the coffee production areas in Ashaninka last year.
Through global recognition as a leading commodity, peruvian cocoa has experienced a significant increase in demand among foreign consumers. Driving offer to meet demand, cacao production methods with higher efficiency are implemented in time.
This Peru coffee and cocoa project raises the question of whether DIB can be used to modernize other commodity production. Can the DIB be used to supplement quinoa, corn and salt exports from the Peruvian Andes?
Tech and Water Durability:
During the Social Entrepreneurship at the UVA Pay for Success Conference, a participant asked whether the PTA project could be used to finance sustainable technology and water conservation. The possibility exists. Under the Peruvian model, California Funds funds can pay investors as non-profit leads to the adoption of widespread sustainable plant methods. Will you invest in water retention in California?
What about climate change? Clean energy funds can pay investors, depending on service providers that multiply the approval of sustainable technologies. The PTA project is all about adjusting the interests, so as long as you have problems, partners and debt results, PFS is likely to exist.
Entrepreneurship and the Arts:
To successfully complete the PFS project, you need money, fiduciary and nonprofit service providers. Venture Capital Funds can act as final payers, who invest in non-profit enterprising accelerators. If accelerators reach a certain amount of success, private investors, potentially well-connected angels, will be paid. Success can be measured in the number of companies to meet the level of growth target, revenue targets or social impact measurements.
Companies combined with non-profit branches can experiment with the PFS model at home. The capital of the village, which consists of non-profit funds and stand-alone funds, can in principle arrange a DIB in the house. If private investors want to invest in a non-profit, they can enter into a PTA agreement with VilCap Investments.
From the point of view of artificial accelerators, they can measure their activities with a PFS project, comparable to an entrepreneurial accelerator. If an art investor wants McGarton Art Center to expand the artistic co-op-model, investors can pay a deposit, and funds, even local governments, can act as final payers. This PFS model can easily be launched in Charlottesville, VA as the artist’s supporting investors step on the board.