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DOLMA GROUP

As part of the family, Dolma Himalayan Energy stands to benefit from the Dolma Group’s 15+ years of experience investing in Nepal’s development and entrepreneurs.

Dolma Foundation was set-up in 2003 as a non-profit focused on investing in education, health, and sustainable business.

Launched in 2014, Dolma Impact Fund is the country’s first and largest private equity fund, currently subscribed at USD 37 million – it invests in productive sectors including renewable energy, health, manufacturing and IT

Dolma Impact Fund is the first international private equity fund dedicated to Nepal. The fund was set up in 2014 and generates risk-adjusted market returns, jobs, and positive environmental and social impact. Among other investments, renewables are the largest sector in the portfolio, including two run-of-river hydro projects. Investors include FMO (Netherlands), OeEB (Austrian Development Bank) and FinnFund.

Dolma Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded in 2003, it invests in education, health, and sustainable business in Nepal. It’s sister organisation – Dolma Ecotourism was founded in 2004 for community-driven tourism to improve incomes and development in remote villages.