According to the bank website, "the proposed program aims at tackling these challenges in a holistic way to enable these enterprises to produce innovative, cost effective, safe, reliable, and quality products in sufficient volumes. This will be achieved by developing the supply-side of the unorganized sector through clustering and upgrading of micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and collective and individual actions to improve management, quality, safety, production and sustainability practices. TheProgram will also build on the comparative advantages of the prioritized food sub-sectors in participating States and develop sustainable and integrated support systems through leveraging national/global knowledge, for boosting existing food processing MSEs as well as start-ups in rural and urban areas."
Borrower US$ 225 million
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