This project provides financing to the Lebanese Association for Development, a leading micro-finance institution, for the scaling up of its lending to very small enterprises with a particular focus on communities hosting refugees. This project will also support the development of a very small equity product that will target both Syrian refugees and host communities that will provide an asset, share revenues with the asset holder and allow the asset holder to gradually buy the assets.
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