According to the bank's website, "FMO's loan of USD 4mln will be dedicated to financing micro clients and water, sanitation and hygiene (green) projects, thereby contributing to decent work and economic growth activities and supporting climate action."
According to FMO, "Maxima Microfinance Plc ("Maxima") is a regulated microfinance institution in Cambodia. Maxima offers Group, Individual and Small Business loans. Maxima currently operates in 8 provinces in Cambodia, has 14 branches, employs over 170 staff and has over 6,800 active borrowers, of which roughly 91% are women."
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