Access to finance is one of the most frequent challenges cited by social entrepreneurs and enterprises as a barrier to their setup and growth. A part of the challenge lies in the conception and separation of resource-providers and resource-receivers which tends to replicate mainstream financial systems. The result is restrictive financing processes and products that benefit some, but exclude many. Bringing social finance provision in line with the needs of social enterprises, in all their variety, can be stimulated by business environment reform and changes to the investment climate. The ICR Facility draws on insights from across African, Caribbean and Pacific countries to help recast the relationship between social financers and financed as a partnership that works for all.