According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment is an IFC senior debt investment of up to EUR6 million to the Agency for Finance in Kosovo (AFK), a leading microfinance institution in Kosovo. The investment will be shared equally between IFC’s own account and concessional financing provided by the Global Agriculture & Food Security Program (“GAFSP”). The proceeds from the proposed investment will be used for on-lending to individual entrepreneurs and micro-businesses in Kosovo, including smallholder farmers, microenterprises, women-owned small businesses and entrepreneurs operating in the agriculture sector and underserved rural areas. The project fits IFC’s and GAFSP’s strategy by directly supporting investment in micro and small enterprises and agribusiness in Kosovo.
Agency for Finance Kosovo
Chief Executive Officer
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Lidhja e Prizrenit | Nr. 1 | 30000 Pejë
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