Development Credit Authority

Connecting the Private Sector to Global Development
Connecting the Private Sector to Global Development
How to put $2 billion in the hands of entrepreneurs around the world: Animated Infographic
How to put $2 billion in the hands of entrepreneurs around the world: Animated Infographic
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In emerging markets, eight out of ten small businesses cannot access the loans they need to grow. USAID’s Development Credit Authority (DCA) uses risk-sharing agreements to mobilize local private capital to fill this financing gap.

Whether it’s getting working capital to promising entrepreneurs or input financing to small farmers, DCA seeks to prove the commercial viability of underserved markets so that lending and investment continues after we exit. Through DCA, more than 400 transactions between financial institutions and USAID have made up to $3.1 billion in private financing available for more than 139,000 entrepreneurs around the world.
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Last updated: August 12, 2014

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