Social project

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1. Sustainability - loan markets - Social Loan Principles (SLP) - bond markets - Social Bond Principles (SBP).

A project that is fully consistent with the Social Loan Principles (SLP), or with the Social Bond Principles (SBP)

(The SLP and SBP are designed to be consistent with one another.)

Examples of eligible categories include, but are not limited to:

  • Affordable basic infrastructure, for example clean drinking water.
  • Access to essential services, for example education and vocational training.
  • Affordable housing.
  • Employment generation, including through microfinance.
  • Food security, sustainable food systems, and improved productivity of small-scale producers.
  • Socioeconomic advancement and empowerment, including reduction of income inequality.

2. Sustainability - loan markets - bond markets - other lending and borrowing.

Any similar project, not necessarily fully consistent with the SLP or SBP.

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