According to the Bank’s website, the project aims to support CROWDE develop and refine credit scoring models to assess farmers' and input dealers' credit worthiness and cashflows. These will be implemented directly by CROWDE or in collaboration with other banks.
This project will help improve access to finance in the agricultural sector, which will promote the modernization of the agricultural sector in Indonesia. In five years, the project plans to support CROWDE disburse financing for farmers and small agribusinesses. Approximately 30% of the loans will target women owned businesses in rural areas.
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