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Rwandan Bank Joins Forces with IFC to Expand Opportunities in Education

Jun 3, 2008

Rwandan Bank Joins Forces with IFC to Expand Opportunities in Education

Kigali, Rwanda, June 3, 2008 — Rwanda is working to improve enrollment in its schools. IFC and Banque Rwandaise de Développement recently signed an agreement to help improve the business environment... Kigali, Rwanda, June 3, 2008 — Rwanda is working to improve enrollment in its schools. IFC and Banque Rwandaise de Développement recently signed an agreement to help improve the business environment...

Private Education is Growing Rapidly, Bringing Fresh Approaches in Emerging Markets, Says IFC

May 22, 2008

Private Education is Growing Rapidly, Bringing Fresh Approaches in Emerging Markets, Says IFC

Washington, D.C., May 19, 2008 — Governments and private sectors need to work more closely together to ensure the greatest possible coverage of education... Washington, D.C., May 19, 2008 — Governments and private sectors need to work more closely together to ensure the greatest possible coverage of education...

IFC Innovation Helps Lower-income Students

May 21, 2008

IFC Innovation Helps Lower-income Students

Washington, D.C., May 21, 2008 — IFC's student loan investments are giving lower-income students a chance to complete their education, compete in the job market, and improve their lives. Washington, D.C., May 21, 2008 — IFC's student loan investments are giving lower-income students a chance to complete their education, compete in the job market, and improve their lives.

Future of Private Education in Emerging Markets Is Focus of IFC-Led Conversation

May 13, 2008

Future of Private Education in Emerging Markets Is Focus of IFC-Led Conversation

IFC, the largest multilateral investor in private education in emerging markets, is holding its biennial education conference May 14 to May 16 in Washington. IFC, the largest multilateral investor in private education in emerging markets, is holding its biennial education conference May 14 to May 16 in Washington.

IFC Innovation to Help 15,000 Chilean Lower-Income Students Get Higher Education

Oct 13, 2007

IFC Innovation to Help 15,000 Chilean Lower-Income Students Get Higher Education

In a country where only 20 percent of people can afford to pay for higher education, IFC is trying to meet the challenge by introducing an innovative product to Chile’s financial markets—the first private student loan program... In a country where only 20 percent of people can afford to pay for higher education, IFC is trying to meet the challenge by introducing an innovative product to Chile’s financial markets—the first private student loan program...

IFC Supports Private Education in Africa

Aug 3, 2007

IFC Supports Private Education in Africa

Washington, D.C., July 15, 2007 — IFC is preparing to launch a new Africa Schools Program, a landmark project that will increase our impact on private education in the Sub-Saharan region. Washington, D.C., July 15, 2007 — IFC is preparing to launch a new Africa Schools Program, a landmark project that will increase our impact on private education in the Sub-Saharan region.

Over 100,000 African Students to Benefit from Landmark IFC Financing

Jun 21, 2007

Over 100,000 African Students to Benefit from Landmark IFC Financing

IFC’s Board of Directors approved a landmark project that will help the Corporation significantly increase its impact by financing private schools through local banks. The three-year Africa Schools Program... IFC’s Board of Directors approved a landmark project that will help the Corporation significantly increase its impact by financing private schools through local banks. The three-year Africa Schools Program...

Lebanon K-12 School Is Flagship of IFC MENA Investments in Education

May 15, 2007

Lebanon K-12 School Is Flagship of IFC MENA Investments in Education

EVP Lars Thunell said on a recent visit to Lebanon's SABIS School, “Education is vital to ensuring sustainable economic growth, particularly with a rapidly growing and relatively young population across the MENA region. EVP Lars Thunell said on a recent visit to Lebanon's SABIS School, “Education is vital to ensuring sustainable economic growth, particularly with a rapidly growing and relatively young population across the MENA region.

IFC Backs Higher Education in Developing Countries

Dec 22, 2006

IFC Backs Higher Education in Developing Countries

Washington, D.C., December 22, 2006 — IFC is providing leadership in helping governments and private investors find new ways to collaborate in higher education. Washington, D.C., December 22, 2006 — IFC is providing leadership in helping governments and private investors find new ways to collaborate in higher education.