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Adventure Capital is a term usually associated with providing venture capital in the context of humanitarian aid and development. A common component is the investment in funds that use microfinance or microcredit to provide development assistance to the poor.
- Vorhies, Frank (4 July 2002). "Venturing where angels fear to tread". Guardian UK. Retrieved 2009-02-08.
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