According to bank documents, the purpose of the proposed project is to contribute to the increase of income of families producing arrears and other agricultural products in the provinces of San José and Cartago. The purpose of the project will be the productive transformation of arrears producers in the provinces of San José and Cartago through access to financing and the adoption of productive technification in the cultivation of non-performing loans and other diversified products. To achieve the project's purpose, two components will be developed: one for reimbursable financing and the other for non-reimbursable technical cooperation. Both components will be executed by APACOOP R.L.
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