According to bank provided information, the objective of this initiative is to unlock clean technology markets in Egypt by help developing an entrepreneur support ecosystem and removing key barriers enabling CleanTech firms to grow by tapping into available business opportunities. This will consequently have a positive impact on investments in CleanTech sectors, agricultural incomes, environmental sustainability, climate change, economic growth and job creation.
The project is made up of two interlinked components which aim to catalyze CleanTech markets in Egypt by:
1. Improving access to finance for potential consumers (farmers) through innovative financial and business models; and
2. Strengthening the CleanTech ecosystem and developing mechanisms that can effectively respond to the needs of CleanTech entrepreneurs.
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