This project provides financing to KEP Trust, a microfinance institution in Kosovo, for the expansion of its lending program to domestic individuals and micro and small enterprises, including micro agricultural farms and very small agri processing companies.
KEP, formerly known as Kosovo Enterprise Program, is the largest MFI in the country. It was established as an economic program of International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) and Prizren Business Club in 1999, to serve the credit needs of refugees, returnees, the internally displaced and migrant people in Kosovo.
Rr Pashko Vasa 6. 10000 Prishtine Republic of Kosovo
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