IFC will support the Client with the development of a comprehensive value proposition focusing on women-owned MSME and integrating the approach into the Client's business model.
The project is structured in four components:
COMPONENT 1: Conduct a MSME/WMSME Diagnostic
COMPONENT 2: Strengthen the MSME business model including women owned MSMEs
COMPONENT 3: Optimize credit risk process for the MSME/WMSME segment with a focus on loan origination
COMPONENT 4: Conduct a pilot using agile methodology
Throughout the project, the IFC team will support LAFISE in managing institutional change and in building capacity of its staff ensuring proper transfer of expertise and adoption of new processes and tools.
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