According to IFC, through this project, they will be partnering with an A+ rated NBFC (non banking financial company), for a gender advisory program. The project aims to support the client to profitably and sustainably serve women-owned businesses by making gender considerations an important part of their investment screening and due diligence process. Further, it will help them develop gender smart interventions and action plans which fit with and support their growth strategies, and as a result improve gender empowerment and equality aspirations.
This project aims to increase lending to women-owned SMEs by expanding the client’s gender portfolio and improve its performance on gender-focused indicators benchmarked to best practices.
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