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The Investing in Women partnership with Athena Global Alliance for the BIDUK Project leverages off an existing Innovation xchange funding to maximize DFAT’s efforts to explore alternative financing menchanisms for women owned and led enterprises. The BIDUK Project aims to develop products and services currently unavailable in the Indonesian market to support small growing businesses (SGBs) that are slow and/or steady growing, that have progressed beyond to the typical size and capital needs of microfinance institution (MFI) clients, but that are not yet large enough or do not meet requirements for typical bank lending.

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