According to the IFC website, the project aims to deepen Cleaner Production interventions, enhance sustainability and competitiveness of the sector through a programmatic approach across the entire value chain of the textile sector of Bangladesh.
The project includes three main components:
1. Engagement with factories and brands through advisory support to improve energy, water and chemical efficiency
2. Strengthen knowledge platform (Textile Technology Business Center)
3. Development of the necessary enabling environment for resource efficient textile production through stakeholder alignment and public-private dialogue.
No contact information has been found/updated on IFC website yet.
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