The proposed project includes a financing mechanism for Caja de Compensacion de Asignacion Familiar 18 de Septiembre ("Caja 18") that will allow Caja 18 to deepen and expand its financial inclusion program for workers and pensioners, improving access to financial services to sectors excluded and neglected from traditional banking. This project will help Caja 18 to structure sustainable financing for an amount of up to CLP14,165 million (equivalent to US$20 million), which will have a term of up to three years with a one-year grace period.
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