Just now, several guests have basically explained the status quo of African social enterprises and impact investment. I think these are important insights, my speech is a little supplementary. In fact, Africa's successful social enterprises are still relatively few, we have to further think about how to help more small, grassroots social enterprises to be successful. Just as Alibaba is focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises, we should also focus on how small and micro social impact institutions and grassroots organizations can scale up and promote good models. Because if they have more chances to succeed, the grassroots changemakers who are at the bottom of the pyramid, directly serving low-income people will have more chances to succeed. However, the majority of small and micro social enterprises have less than 50,000 USD annual budget, without stable market channels to obtain sufficient profits, full-time employees, communication or investment channels, then how can they break through?