According to the bank provided information, FMO offers Faten additional funds to support its portfolio growth in the West Bank and Gaza, especially towards women, young people and refugees. We also offer a risk sharing facility to support M/SMES loan portfolio growth in Gaza specifically.
The project has been categorised as Category C in accordance with FMO's Sustainability Policy. The Project's activities are deemed to have minimal or no adverse environmental and social risks and/or impacts. As part of the Project, Faten will be required to apply the EDFI Exclusion List and Palestine's E&S laws and regulations.
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