According to DFC documents:
The 2X Women’s Initiative Technical Assistance (“TA”) Pilot Program will be a DFC TA facility offering a repertoire of gender focused TA activities aimed at increasing the number of DFC’s gender-smart investments and enabling existing DFC clients to improve their gender equity or the gender responsiveness of their operations. The TA Program will be implemented by a consortium between Pro Mujer, Sweef Capital, and Equilo.
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Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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