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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2705

Ceyva Fund expands its services to serve rural masses

Sunil C. Perera in Colombo

Colombo, 14 May, (Asiantribune.com): Ceyva Fund expands its arm to serve rural masses providing energy, clean drinking water, basic healthcare, and affordable housing coupled with business solutions .Its CEO Mr. Arvind Navaratnam said the Ceyva Fund empowers and strengthens underserved segments of the Sri Lankan population by using entrepreneurial solutions to catalyze rural development while providing philanthropists and the Sri Lankan Diasporas an opportunity to transparently invest in and support apolitical, sustainable, rurally-oriented enterprises.

Ceyva uses a venture capital model of strategic investment to improve socioeconomic conditions in vulnerable communities throughout Sri Lanka by making primarily equity investments in rural enterprises providing critical goods and services to the poor and larger enterprises with a direct social mission.

"Over the past year we have seen an acute need for investment in rural projects that provide energy, clean drinking water, basic healthcare, and affordable housing coupled with business solutions and expertise." The Ceyva Fund, led by Arvind Navaratnam, CEO, Chandra Ranawickrama, Country Director, and Asangi Jayasinghe, Director Business Development are leading the charge to provide this solution.

The Ceyva Fund, an international non profit humanitarian organization headquartered in the United States and with a branch office in Sri Lanka.

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