The HFIC project was implemented in Ho Chi Minh City and funded by the French Development Agency’s (AFD) Credit Facility.

HFIC Project is the abbreviation of Ho Chi Minh City Finance and Investment State-owned Company.

AIT in Vietnam implemented the Advisory and Training Services for HFIC and Project Owners.

Project’s Overall Objective

 

HCE1 is one of the three parts of the project “Technical Assistance for the capacity enhancement of HFIC and project owners financed under AFD’s credit line’, funded by AFD through a 1.5 million euros, non-refundable aid to the Vietnam government. The loan has been assigned to HFIC to enhance the capacity of HFIC, functional organizations in HCMC, and HFIC major partners and clients, especially institutions under AFD’s credit facility in health care, education, environment, and social housing sectors.

Being an important part of the Technical Assistance project, HCE1 was implemented within 18 months  including advisory activities in strategy and policy to increase the effectiveness of the company’s functions; technical and management training courses, coaching programs, and training-cum-study tours.

Project Budget

Total cost of the project is EUR 1.2 million was funded by the French Development Agency’s (AFD) Credit Facility.

Main activities of AIT in Vietnam:

AIT-VN took the responsibility to consult, assess training needs and conduct capacity enhancing training programs for HFIC, functional organizations in HCMC, and HFIC major partners and clients, especially institutions under AFD’s credit facility.  There were 200 training days in technical and management filed.