According to IFC project disclosure information, the objective of this program is to support climate investments and help financial institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa to integrate climate finance in their lending business, i.e. extending loans to SMEs, Corporates, and households for energy efficiency, clean energy, green buildings, green housing, and climate smart agriculture investments. This is in the context of growing demand in the region for more reliable electricity supply, better equipment and machineries for production and services, less energy and water intensive commercial and residential buildings, and more resilient agri-business- which all are critical for SSA socio-economic development.
The program objective is to be achieved by:
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