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Indonesia - IFC PENSA (International Finance Corporation Program for Eastern Indonesia Small and Medium Enterprise Assistance) (English)

The Results Profile shows how International Finance Corporation Program for Eastern Indonesia Small and Medium Enterprise Assistance (IFC PENSA) is helping small producers in some of the poorest areas in Indonesia. The program is helping coastal farmers make their seaweed production and processing more profitable and their marketing networks more transparent. The project is promoting the growth of a viable Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector in Eastern Indonesia. It was formally launched in September 2003 in 85 offices in Balikpapan, Denpasar, Jakarta, Makassar, and Surabaya. IFC PENSA projects cover six areas:- namely business enabling environment; access to finance; supply chain linkages to SMEs in four areas of agribusiness; handicrafts; oil, gas, and mining industry; and sustainable supply chains.

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Indonesia - IFC PENSA (International Finance Corporation Program for Eastern Indonesia Small and Medium Enterprise Assistance) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/146281468001157434/Indonesia-IFC-PENSA-International-Finance-Corporation-Program-for-Eastern-Indonesia-Small-and-Medium-Enterprise-Assistance