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Updated in EWS May 3, 2022
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The objective of this Technical Cooperation (TC) is to provide institutional strengthening of the capacity of the Banco da Amazonia and state governments to foster an enabling environment to scale up investments in sustainable bio-businesses in the Amazon, resulting in forest conservation, reduction of deforestation, and improved capacity of governmental financial entities to promote and deploy resources towards these activities.
Strengthen the financing ecosystem in the Amazon to facilitate access to innovative green finance and promote public-private investment in bio-business in the Amazon region to generate income, reduce emissions, combat deforestation and protect the forest in states in the region, adding to state government initiatives. Through this partnership, processes, financial products and the structuring of innovative green mechanisms would be developed to attract additional resources with a focus on bio-businesses.
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