Egypt is restructuring its social protection systems to have a greater impact on poverty, using smart cards, cash transfers, and a labor-intensive public works program. World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim will visit Luxor in rural Upper Egypt, ..
For decades, many residents of Tajikistan’s remote rural areas had power for as few as three hours per day, undermining small business growth and job creation. But Pamir Energy is now providing round-the-clock renewable energy
Farming is crucial to the economies of Central Asia, yet the region's agricultural exports are limited due to poor infrastructure, regulations, and operational industry barriers, such as weak food safety standards.
Our priorities in EMENA are to reach more of the region's poor and vulnerable, create jobs, increase access to infrastructure, expand access to finance, support agricultural development, and tackle climate change.
We committed $6.9 billion to 179 projects in fiscal year 2014, representing nearly a third of IFC’s worldwide commitments
We delivered important advisory services in several areas, including microfinance, financial infrastructure, corporate governance, investment climate, food safety, and energy and resource efficiency.
IFC in Europe and Central Asia
In fiscal year 2014 (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014), IFC commitments totaled $4.7 billion in 117 projects, including $1.2 billion in funds mobilized from our partners.
In fiscal year 2014 (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014), IFC committed $2.2 billion, including $509 million mobilized from other investors, and an advisory program worth a total of $105 million spread over 96 projects.