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Bank Risk Rating: B
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Board Decision Date: 2017-05-11
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Borrower or Client: KINGDOM OF BHUTAN
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Investment Amount (USD): $ 1.25 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 1.25 million
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BT Generating Youth Employment and Community-Based Enterprise Development Project
This project aims to generate productive sources of income for poor and vulnerable youth in selected dzongkhags in the south western and eastern regions by establishing or upgrading existing youth-led, managed, and operated business enterprises that aim to generate employment. It also aims at empowering youth to establish and participate in community-based enterprises to give them entrepreneurial, organizational, business, and technical skills.
Contact: Winston Dawes
Title: Senior Rural Development Specialist
Tel: +1 (202) 458 9202
Name: Royal Government of Bhutan
Contact: Choiten Wangchuk
Title: Director General
Name: Ministry of Agriculture and Forests
Contact: Kuenga Namgay
Title: Deputy Chief, Policy and Planning Division
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