According to the IFC project page, the proposed investment aims to help Equitas SFB strengthen its understanding of gender and climate finance as well as the BoP customer segment. This project will help the bank develop a Corporate Climate Framework and a Corporate Gender Framework to define, measure, and evaluate its performance on these parameters.
The Project will help design, develop and implement the corporate gender and climate finance frameworks for Equitas to track, tag and measure these indicators and also lead to increased awareness among staff on gender and climate finance and deeper understanding of on BoP customer segment financial behavior and trends.
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