According to FMO documents:
Our customer is the JIM Foundation which will provide technical assistance, (including training and capacity support) to FMO clients as part of the first pilot on impact measurement and reporting specifically on economic development via jobs and GHG emissions.
The funding objective is: 1) To bring comparability, accountability, transparency and thought leadership to the financial industry, starting with our clients, by measuring key impact indicators in a harmonized way (economic development via jobs created and GHG emissions). 2) Support our clients to set up and properly measure and report on the above-mentioned key indicators using aligned methodology.
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