According to IFC website, the project aims to provide Technical Assistance to investee SMEs to enable them to scale up operations through building sustainable business models. The project will be expected to achieve high development impact through increasing the reach of the TA intervention to MSMEs in Rwanda.
Relative to the Environmental and Social Risks and Impacts, IFC team has screened this project to assess consistency with IFC's Performance Standards.
The project will be expected to achieve high development impact through increasing the reach of the TA intervention to MSMEs in Rwanda.
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