The objective of the Project is to operationalize WRF in Uganda under the UWRSA system and thereby increase access to finance in the agricultural sector
By completion, the project will:
a) Support UWRSA to further strengthen the enabling environment and license at least 2 warehouse operators;
b) Facilitate WRF pilot arrangements by convening partnerships involving actors with high levels of readiness, including financial institutions, select farmer coops/organizations, grain traders, and collateral managers;
c) Improve producer organization financial literacy, business management skills and readiness for WRF;
d) Support financial sector readiness for piloting WRF through market-level actions;
e) Identify scale-up opportunities for partner FIs which may be supported by IFC credit lines or risk-sharing instruments going forward.
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Uganda Warehouse Receipt System Authority (UWRSA):
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