According to bank documents, the project will provide support to the Governments of Cote d'Ivoire and Senegal, and promote peer-to-peer learning and advocacy activities in West Africa to further the adoption of warehouse receipt financing in order to scale up structured trading and improved access to finance and to professional storage opportunities for agricultural value chain actors and stakeholders, such as producers and agribusiness MSMEs.
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