According to the Bank’s website, the project will complete the development, customization, and pilot of IFC’s READ (Real Estate Assessment of Developers) and ASHA (Affordable Socially sustainable Housing Application) housing tools, while also develop each tool’s capacity-building curriculum. This project will implement short-term client-facing advisory in the form of deployment of the READ and ASHA Assessment tools and targeted capacity building. The project will also include knowledge management and market analysis activities.
The project will increase the proficiency of affordable housing developers in key markets where there is lack of affordable and socially sustainable housing. Capacity gaps of housing developers will be identified and addressed to enable them to create more sustainable and bankable projects that are aligned with international good practices.
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