Asia (excl. CIS)

Promoting financial inclusion via mobile financial services

The overall objective of the project is to improve financial inclusion in Jordan. The project aims to meet the overall objective by building the capacity within the Central Bank of Jordan, specifically by strengthening the oversight function within CBJ.

The results to be achievedare to provide capacity building to develop the oversight function and develop a data collection methodology.

Food Security Office in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

All experts who have a crucial role in implementing the contract are referred to as key experts. The required 220 working days/year of the key experts must be evenly spread over the contract duration in order to avoid long periods of absence. Each expert must spend a minimum of 90% of the working days in the DPRK and must coordinate their leave to ensure a continuous expert presence (apart from the week before Christmas and the New Year) in the FSO. Annual leave must be approved by the Programme Manager in Brussels at least one month in advance.

Vietnamese Microfinance Institutions - Capacity Building

Background: The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group that supports the development of the private sector is currently implementing an advisory services program in Vietnam focused on enhancing the capacity of its microfinance sector. The overarching goal of the program is to increase access to financial services by facilitating the development of sustainable and market-based delivery models for microfinance.

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Pashmina Value Chain promotion activities in Nepal

The International Trade Centre is looking to promote activities for a project aimed to contribute to Nepal’s economic and social development through export growth and market diversification of Chyangra Pashmina (CP) products manufactured in and exported from Nepal.

The assignment is intended to primarily benefit goat farmers and CP fibre producers in Upper Mustang area, existing and potential CP fibre collectors and processors at local level as well as CP enterprises and their employees in Kathmandu.

Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR): Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food Security

The Project aims to work through two lead firms (LFs) in the agribusiness sector that see the opportunities to promote climate smart agriculture in project areas. The LF approach involves working directly with identified companies to strengthen their supply chain, ability to provide products and services in markets with high demand, and improve their organizational capacity.

Indien_Grünes Innovationszentrum in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft

Das Globalvorhaben „Grüne Innovationszentren in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft“ (GIAE) der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) fördert im Rahmen der Sonderinitiative „EINE WELT ohne Hunger“ in 14 Grünen Innovationszentren, u.a. in Indien, die Verbreitung von Innovationen in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft.

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