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Since 2011, IFC has been helping turnaround a microfinance crisis affecting Morocco
As Abdul Elah Al-Hamawi's business has been expanding, so has the amount of red tape he faces--something that IFC has been working with the Jordanian government to address.
The World Bank Group (WBG) is holding public consultations which will help develop the Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for its partnership with the Arab Republic of Egypt during the period of 2015-2019.
For twenty-one year old Usama Hamid Khan, an IFC-backed diploma in entrepreneurship put him on the right track.

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IFC Annual Report

IFC in the Middle East and North Africa

 

More than two years after the Arab Spring, many countries in the Middle East and North Africa continue to grapple with political uncertainty, which has led to slow growth, unemployment, and a host of other economic challenges.

 

IFC is striving to address these economic issues by supporting the region's private sector, helping to create jobs and drive sustainable growth. We work in countries from Morocco to Afghanistan to boost investor confidence, help small business owners, develop vital infrastructure projects, upgrade farming techniques, combat climate change, improve the investment climate, and help new governments cut red tape. 

 

During the 2013 fiscal year, IFC committed almost $3 billion in the Middle East and North Africa, a figure that includes $914 million mobilized from other investors. The organization also launched 34 advisory projects worth a total of $37 million.

 

 

 

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