The Maha project is intended to create demonstration effect for innovative and non-traditional banking models that expand access to financial services in a cost effective and sustainable manner in Myanmar. The project will focus on three components: (1) Institutional Capacity Building, (2) Product Development, and (3) Channel Development.
The objective of this project is to scale Maha's innovative rural finance business, building on and operationalizing the strategic business plan, which was developed with IFC's support and guidance.
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