IFC will support Iris Guard to help scale up its current offering of the iris based, e-payment solution for refugees and work with humanitarian agencies such as UNHCR and WFP. This will also help prepare the institution to eventually build out its business model by identifying new products and developing new partnerships in neighboring countries and beyond.
The overall goal of this project is to help IrisGuard to scale up and provide payment solutions to a greater number refugees and other un-banked or under-banked populations in Jordan.
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