ADB is helping rural communities in Papua New Guinea access financial services. The project will strengthen industry regulation and the capacity of lenders to deliver a wider range of financial services and products in rural areas, with a focus on lending to micro and small enterprises, and especially to women. The project will also support a large-scale financial literacy training program.
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Consulting Notices See also: CMS
|Training Impact assessment and training need assessment consultant||24 May 2017|
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|Microfinance Expansion Project: Procurement Plan||Jan 2015|
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