DIG is managing a ten-year, USD 26 million program in Haiti comprising a USD 20 million housing finance facility (Rebati) co-financed by the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF).
Emergency Management Project
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, HFP was a three-year, multi-country contract to test and explore innovations in the field of housing finance for the poor.
The Emergency Capacity Assistance Program (ECAP) provided technical assistance to local government agencies and other stakeholders tasked with overseeing Haiti’s post-earthquake shelter and settlement activities.
The focus of the Urbis program included slum improvement, provision of basic services (water and sanitation), land tenure regularization, and financing for the urban poor, with advocacy as a cross-cutting theme.
In the aftermath of the 2006 conflict between Israel and Hezbollah, the USAID-financed livelihoods recovery SABR program was launched in response to the immediate needs of the heavily damaged agriculture sector – the key source of employment and productivity in southern Lebanon.
With funding from USAID through the Tijara Program, Louis Berger Group (LBG) contracted DIG to offer a comprehensive training of trainers (TOT) program in Iraq. Focusing on CGAP (Consultative Group to Assist the Poor) courses, DIG helped provide real-life training opportunities for microfinance practitioners from Iraq. DIG updated CGAP’s training courses in both English and …
With funding from USAID through the Izdihar Program, DIG, in partnership with SANABEL, was contracted to offer a comprehensive training-of-trainers program focusing on both CGAP and non-CGAP courses, and to provide real-life training opportunities for microfinance practitioners from Iraq.