According to the Bank’s website, the project will focus on strengthening the “buyers and suppliers marketplace”, creating capacity among stakeholders, and promoting access to finance through the development of supply chain finance and technical support to both small and medium enterprises and financial institutions.
The project has 2 components that will run in parallel:
(1) increasing purchases from local SME by (i) consolidating the marketplace to secure more contracts between large companies and local SME; (ii) creating institutional capacity and advocating for a more level playing field for SME; and (iii) create capacity among SME to broaden the base of reliable suppliers.
(2) supporting access to finance for SMEs by (i) identifying financial market regulatory issues to promote innovative financial services in Guinea, and (ii) connecting financial institutions and SME.
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