Support women-led Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (Women-led SMEs) in accessing finance for their sustainable growth;
Develop sustainable credit mechanisms targeted to women-led SMEs through technical assistance to financial intermediaries in the Eastern Partnership (the “EaP”) countries; and
- Support Women-led SMEs in accessing know-how, non-financial business development services and networking opportunities.
- A Capacity Building Programme for the PFIs through Technical Cooperation (“TC”). The TC programme will support PFIs in the process of better understanding the financial needs of women-led businesses and developing new systems, business and institutional models, products, and delivery mechanisms to reach out to female clients. Tailored packages of technical assistance will be designed and delivered to PFIs using specialized consultants.
- Women in Business Small Business Support component (SBS TC window) will be provided to increase women-led SMEs access to know-how, non-financial business development services and networking opportunities. Existing and potential sub borrowers of the dedicated credit lines will be referred to SBS for tailored advisory services’ projects, training, mentoring and long-term coaching.
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