According to bank provided information, the DAI Global, LLC, will implement technical assistance projects that include (without limitation) economic development, and capacity building and reform, for host country governments across 47 Project Countries to be funded by certain non-governmental, bilateral and multilateral institution donors.
This extension of an ongoing DFC insurance contract supports an array of political risk insurance for 47 Project Countries where DAI Global, LLC works with USAID and other international development partners to pursue social and economic development goals.
From the DFC's project disclosure:
DAI Global, LLC is a for-profit international development consulting company, organized under the laws of the state of Delaware, headquartered in Maryland and majority owned by its U.S. employees.
The Insured operates subsidiaries as required by funding agency requirements, by Project Country government regulations, or by program objectives.
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No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Client - DFC Global, LLC:
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