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One of the first steps with infrastructure development is clean water. The FNFA can provide loans to finance clean water infrastructure like the hydrant pictured here. This makes First Nation communities safer, healthier, and more prosperous.

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First Nations communities don’t have to start big. Many started small with sustainable housing developments like the one pictured above. Over time, your community will grow and thrive! The FNFA can help your community develop the infrastructure needed to support housing developments like the one above.

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The FNFA can open doors for development partnerships by providing First Nation governments with access to long-term loans that enable the development of infrastructure like water and sewer, sidewalks, street lighting, and community owned buildings.

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The FNFA is mandated to provide equity support for First Nations that wish to participate in public-private partnerships with private companies. Independent power projects are an excellent example of First Nations leading the way on sustainable and green energy development. As an equity owner, the FNFA can help your community get involved!

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The First Nations Finance Authority can help your community engage in Independent Power Projects (IPPs). In fact, the FNFA has a dedicated expert on IPPs that can review your project and power agreements.