Support the financing of a combination of green and social, i.e. “sustainable development”, projects, programs, and activities in member countries.
RAMP aims to strengthen the investment management capacities of public sector institutions so they may efficiently manage public assets, and aims to deliver high-quality asset management services efficiently on a cost-recovery basis, while protecting members’ interest.
IBRD offers sovereigns and sub-sovereigns a suit of innovative, cost-effective, financial products and custom solutions that help clients maximize access to financing and mitigate risks.
Press releases, feature stories, events, blogs, opinions, speeches, results.
Tanzania secured the largest World Bank policy loan in the country’s history to foster inclusive and resilient growth. The $500 million financing leverages International Development Association’s (IDA’s) new highly concessional product – the Shorter Maturity Loan – and blends it with a regular IDA Scale-Up Window loan, which is on market-based terms. The blended package will save Tanzania almost $1 in interest cost for every $3 it borrows.
The 2021 Impact Report is focused on IBRD Sustainable Development Bonds and Green Bonds, and the IBRD-financed projects supported by these bonds. The report presents results highlights, issuance, commitment and allocation figures, followed by examples of the new projects added to the respective project portfolios in FY21.