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IFC is working with partners to establish principles for impact investing. They will help investors achieve positive impact for society alongside financial returns.

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A strong and engaged private sector is indispensable to ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. That’s where IFC comes in—we have more than 60 years of experience in unlocking private investment, creating markets and opportunities where they’re needed most. Since 1956, IFC has leveraged $2.6 billion in capital to deliver more than $265 billion in financing for businesses in developing countries.

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Across the world, our investments and advice help the private sector create jobs, improve basic services, foster small enterprises, and more. These stories demonstrate how IFC clients are making a difference in people’s lives.

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Building an Appetite for Food Safety Standards in Vietnam

Building an Appetite for Food Safety Standards in Vietnam

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Technology Helps African Farmers Sell What They Sow

Technology Helps African Farmers Sell What They Sow

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Matching Entrepreneurs with Markets for Better Health Care

Matching Entrepreneurs with Markets for Better Health Care

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Sustainable Transportation Drives Latin American Cities’ Future

Sustainable Transportation Drives Latin American Cities’ Future

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IFC works to create markets that give new opportunities to people in developing countries. These stories show how our innovative approaches have helped solve some of the largest problems in countries or, sometimes, entire regions.

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300 Days of Sunshine Light Up Papua New Guinea’s Future

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Madagascar Beefs Up Zebu Export Business

Madagascar Beefs Up Zebu Export Business

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Raisins Feed Afghanistan’s Export Market

Raisins Feed Afghanistan’s Export Market

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A Refugee Community in Kenya is Open for Business

A Refugee Community in Kenya is Open for Business

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A Lebanese Library Tells an Eco-Friendly Story

A Lebanese Library Tells an Eco-Friendly Story

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About IFC

We work with the private sector in developing countries to create markets that open up opportunities for all.

IFC—a sister organization of the World Bank and member of the World Bank Group—is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector in developing countries.

We apply our financial resources, technical expertise, global experience, and innovative thinking to help our partners overcome financial, operational, and other challenges.

  • 5.7 Million

    Students Educated

  • 41 Million

    Patients Cared For

  • 187 Million

    People provided with phone connections

  • $365 Billion

    In SME loans

  • The impact of IFC clients in 2017.

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