Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 13, 2020
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The objective of this TC is to provide operational support to operation PE-L1258 through actions focused on: (i) developing and strengthening the portfolio of bi-business in the Amazon region of Peru, in collaboration with business and technical advisory institutions, as well as accelerators, incubators and / or innovation centers and (ii) construction, strengthening and consolidation of COFIDE capacities in issues related to project performance monitoring, monitoring and evaluation (social and environmental) and issues related to bi-business financing in the Amazon, as well as the operation of the investment markets for impact funds with the aim of increasing the capitalization of the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) with funds from external sources, private investors, among others.
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