This project provides financing to develop an enabling environment for private sector-led economic growth in the Ferghana Valley. This includes financing rural entrepreneurship with a focus on micro and small enterprises in agri-food, tourism, textiles, apparel, and light manufacturing sectors.
According to Bank documents, components include growing micro and small enterprises through technical support, increasing the capacity of the financial sector to support these businesses, and supporting infrastructure (such as internet and transport connectivity) to facilitate private sector growth.
Melissa Brown, Dilshod Khidirov, Robert Wrobel
Senior Agriculture Economist
State Investment Committee
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