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Ciprel Power, Cote d’Ivoire

Jun 18, 2015

Ciprel Power, Cote d’Ivoire

Ciprel Power, Cote d’Ivoire

Scaling Solar

Jun 18, 2015

Scaling Solar

Scaling Solar

IFC Supports FYR Macedonia's Energy Sector

Jul 11, 2014

IFC Supports FYR Macedonia's Energy Sector

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is helping the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia meet its energy demands through long terms loans to private energy companies doing business in the country of two million people.

Lome Container Terminal, Togo

Jun 19, 2014

Lome Container Terminal, Togo

IFC led a consortium of financiers in Togo’s largest-ever private investment project, the Lomé Container Terminal (LCT), which will play a critical role in reducing costs and trade impediments and encouraging regional integration.

With Long-term Loans, Georgians Find Better Housing

Apr 25, 2014

With Long-term Loans, Georgians Find Better Housing

IFC is working to boost mortgage financing in Georgia, where it's below even emerging market standards Georgia, housing, loans, finance, mortgage, video

Unlocking the Energy Saving Potential in Albania’s Residential Sector

Apr 2, 2014

Unlocking the Energy Saving Potential in Albania’s Residential Sector

March 28, 2014 -- Albania’s residential sector uses more than half the country’s electricity supply, representing a huge opportunity to reduce energy consumption and address energy deficits.

New $450 Million Airport Terminal Highlights Croatia’s Private Sector Development

Mar 25, 2014

New $450 Million Airport Terminal Highlights Croatia’s Private Sector Development

Croatia’s new award-winning $450 million terminal at Zagreb International Airport, built by a consortium supported by IFC, is expected to spark meaningful economic growth. Airport, Zagreb, Croatia, private sector, traffic, tourism, PPP

Supporting the development of seaport facilities in Kenya and Tanzania

May 15, 2013

Supporting the development of seaport facilities in Kenya and Tanzania

IFC lent the equivalent of $6 million to Singaporean logistics firm Portek to facilitate the privatization of Magerwa Dry Port in Rwanda. IFC lent the equivalent of $6 million to Singaporean logistics firm Portek to facilitate the privatization of Magerwa Dry Port in Rwanda.

Supporting Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership

May 15, 2013

Supporting Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership

Demand for electricity in Indonesia has surged during the last decade and the government aims to dramatically expand power generation and transmission capacity. Demand for electricity in Indonesia has surged during the last decade and the government aims to dramatically expand power generation and transmission capacity.

Better Utilities: Cutting Losses and Upping Efficiency in Africa

Jan 28, 2013

Better Utilities: Cutting Losses and Upping Efficiency in Africa

In Sub-Saharan Africa, unreliable utility distribution systems are a major drag on regional growth. IFC is addressing these issues through a new advisory services program for utility efficiency. In Sub-Saharan Africa, unreliable utility distribution systems are a major drag on regional growth. IFC is addressing these issues through a new advisory services program for utility efficiency.