Where impact and financial success meets
Providing you with the impact & ESG expertise you need
Nia works closely with you to fully understand your values and the changes you want to see in the world. By using extensive networks and expertise across the globe alongside evidence-based research, Nia is able to help you turn your investment or philanthropic strategy into a world-class impact project.
Nia in Swahili means Purpose.
"Making our collective mission the building and developing of our community."
Your Money Can Do Well,
While Doing Good.
How Nia Can Help With Impact & ESG
Build & Implement Strategy
Education & Training
Reporting & Recommendations
Measurement System Development
Integrate ESG into Processes
Rigorous Evidence-Based Research
Monitoring & Evaluations
Data Collection & Analysis
Navigate ESG Requirements
Meet our Partners
Nia is partnered with Caleo Capital, a diversified global financial services business which comprises six divisions: family office, wealth management, asset management, private equity, fiduciary services, and global banking.
Nia also has access to over 100 experts with different sector, geographical, and impact speciality knowledge.
Who Does Nia Work With?
Nia's Provides Consulting Services to Support You*
Nia works with organisations who are looking to better their impact and ESG practices, evaluations, strategy and deployment. This includes a number of different stakeholders including:
Development Financial Institutions
Nia’s team has over 35 years of experience in 20 different African markets. Sarah is Nia’s CEO & Founder and is the visionary for a new future for investing on the continent.
Sarah has been working in Africa for over 10 years, living in Rwanda, Kenya, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Sarah completed a PhD at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, focusing on the effectiveness of impact investing in small African markets.
After six years working with local entrepreneurs, impact investors, VCs and accelerators. Sarah started to look for tangible solutions to fill the mass market gaps. She started connecting entrepreneurs to global investors, and saw an opportunity to use her research to build a wholistic solution.
Sarah has advised for the CDC, IFC, World Bank and HNWIs. She also teaches at Oxford on integrating the private sector with development. Sarah is a mentor for start-ups across Africa and works with a number of accelerators.