According to the bank's website, "The program will support BDBL to transform into a viable and efficient financial intermediary focusing on rural CSIs. The program will also support BDBL to expand non-collateral based financing to rural CSIs as well as business development support and financial literacy training with gender inclusive outreach targets. The program has three outputs: Output 1: BDBL restructured and strengthened; Output 2: Non-collateral based rural cottage and small industry financing expanded; and Output 3: Business development support and financial literacy training extended to rural cottage and small industries."
Responsible ADB Officer Ozaki, Mayumi
Responsible ADB Department South Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Public Management, Financial Sector and Trade Division, SARD
Department of Macroeconomic Affairs, Ministry of Finance
Tashichho Dzong, Post Box No. 117
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