The objective of the project is to increase access to credit for businesses (mostly MSMEs) through the implementation of the secured transactions program that focuses on two main pillars: 1) the design and development of a web-based centralized collateral registry in line with the OHADA; 2) the building of the local capacity to reap the benefits of the new secured transactions system.
The expected development impact is an increase in the availability of credit for businesses (mostly MSMEs) and women entrepreneurs in Cote D'Ivoire. The project will be able to achieve this by:
1) Developing of a web-based centralized registry for security interests in movable property building on the basis of the achievements made through the eTribCom system at the RCCM and in line with the OHADA
2) Implementing an awareness raising campaign that will communicate the benefit of the new system but also train users on how to take advantage of the new system.
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