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Technical and financial assistance from TaiwanICDF is provided via a dual-function framework for development. This systematic approach to the integration of resources allows partners to realize a range of short, medium and long-term benefits over time. Our Lending and Investment Department offers a range of services to help partner countries achieve their development objectives and realize steady, sustainable socio-economic growth. These services are categorized into three distinct methods of delivery: lending and investment.
Lending and Investment
TaiwanICDF lending and investment programs are designed to satisfy our partners’ development needs. Prior to implementation, each project is assessed for its financial and economic feasibility, and to ensure that cooperating stakeholders possess sufficient technical and institutional capacity.
The main sectors covered by lending operations include:
Economic Infrastructure and Services: This category focuses mainly on improving productivity and economic growth in recipient countries by stimulating economic activity. Operations cover both the public sector, such as energy, transportation and ICT infrastructure; as well as the private sector, such as financial services and business activities. In this category, our own work mainly involves public infrastructure, microfinance, SME re-lending and trade facilitation projects.
Social Infrastructure and Services: This category focuses mainly on enhancing recipients’ living conditions through the implementation of social welfare projects, such as those involving human resources, environmental and public health development. In this category, our own work mainly involves TVET, environmental protection and clean energy projects.
Production Sectors: This category focuses mainly on providing direct assistance to production sectors in recipient countries, including the agricultural, forestry, fisheries and livestock production sectors. Agricultural finance can also serve to improve production efficiency and in this category, our own work mainly involves agricultural microfinance projects.
Principal investment activities include financing for:
Direct investment in partner countries
Indirect investment in partner countries via multilateral funding mechanisms