No project description available at the time of disclosure.
According to the project title, the borrower and implementing agency might be Bulsho Sacco, "a member owned, Sharia compliant and non-common bond SACCO duly registered in Somalia to provide financial and social inclusion to the low income but economically active members of the Somali population."
However, there is no certainty about this until the World Bank discloses more information.
Investment information not provided at the time of disclosure.
World Bank Team Leaders:
Samuel Thomas Clark - Senior Social Development Specialist
John Muratha Kinuthia - Social Development Specialist
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