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Trams for Belgrad

30.06.2004 - 31.12.2018

The project aims to transport used trams and trailors from Basel to Belgrade and the trams to be taken over and efficiently put into use by the Belgrade Transport Company. Through the project, the service and comfort of public transport users is increased and the Transport Company Belgrade has the necessary rolling stock available to fully serve the tram network in Belgrade. The project enjoys a high visilibity in Belgrade.

The main direct beneficiary of the project is the Belgrade Transport Company GSP and the City of Belgrade.


Project completed

Ambulances for Jordan Civil Defence (Mixed Financing Line II)

04.10.2002 - 31.03.2018

The project aims at improving the ambulance services of Jordan Civil Defense by substantially increasing the fleet of modern paramedical ambulances, by training the paramedical staff along the emergency intervention chain and by introducing a comprehensive quality assurance system.


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The project aims at supporting financial stability in Peru by strengthening the country's financial regulatory and supervisory framework, promoting efficient consumer protection practices and supporting the implementation of a national anti-money laundering - combating the financing of terrorism strategy. It further aspires to encourage financial inclusion by creating a favorable legal framework conducive to the development of new financial products and increasing financial literacy of existing and potential customers. The direct beneficiaries of this program are Superintendencia de Bancos y Seguros (SBS) and regulated stakeholders, including financial intermediaries, private pension managers and insurance companies. The indirect beneficiaries are the public in general an final services consumers in particular.

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