IFC helps develop infrastructure projects that can meaningfully improve peoples’ lives in emerging markets, with a special emphasis on fast-growing cities where there are critical needs in power, utilities, and transportation.
We offer long-term financing, industry-leading sector expertise, and an established track record in developing countries. Our focus is supporting private infrastructure projects with strong development impact whose business models can be replicated elsewhere.
As part of the World Bank Group, we also help create the conditions to attract increased private capital for infrastructure, and help structure public-private partnerships that can upgrade water systems, electricity networks, and roads.
IFC provides technical and financial support to Massader rooftop solar project to install up to 500 public schools to power more than 16,000 houses across the West Bank—a first-of-its kind project designed to enhance the renewable energy sector and address chronic power shortages and blackouts.
The impact of IFC clients in Infrastructure in 2018:
A company or entrepreneur seeking to establish a new venture or expand an existing enterprise can approach IFC directly.
The investment proposal can be submitted to the IFC field office that is closest to the location of the proposed project.