The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) was created in 1988 to promote foreign direct investment into developing countries to support economic growth, reduce poverty, and improve people's lives. MIGA fulfills this mandate by offering political risk insurance (guarantees) to investors and lenders
The Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) supports economic growth and poverty reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean through encouraging increased private investment and advancing private sector development. It works with the private sector to develop, finance, and execute innovative business models that benefit entrepreneurs and poor and low-income households; partners with a wide variety of institutions from the private, public and nonprofit sectors; evaluates results; and shares lessons learned.
Created in late 2014 and operational in 2015 with EUR 40 million from the EBRD's internal net resources, the IPPF is designed to improve the efficiency and replicability of infrastructure projects for the benefit of the Bank's countries of operation and is a response to the need to build out a robust bankable project pipeline to enable an uplift in infrastructure investment.
The AfDB Green Bond program facilitates the achievement of the Bank's corporate priority of green growth through the financing of eligible climate change projects. Investors can make a difference with their investment by financing climate change solutions through AfDB's Green Bonds.
The GIF works with client governments from emerging markets and developing economies to support infrastructure projects or programs that will be structured to attract substantial private capital. GIF-supported projects may be implemented by privately-operated entities (as under a PPP modality), or by public sector entities operating on a commercial basis.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is a state owned entity with the purpose of accelerating sustainable socio-economic development and improve the quality of life of the people of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) by driving financial and non-financial investments in the social and economic infrastructure sectors.
CAF promotes a sustainable development model through credit operations, non-reimbursable resources, and support in the technical and financial structuring of projects in the public and private sectors of Latin America.
Countries in the development and implementation of PPPs. These activities include: Strengthening the enabling environment, Hands-on support and a Business plan for PPP Facility.
The Bank offers several financial support mechanisms to Brazilian companies of all sizes as well as public administration entities, enabling investments in all economic sectors. In any supported undertaking, from the analysis phase up to the monitoring, the BNDES emphasizes three factors it considers strategic: innovation, local development and socio-environmental development.
The Asia Pacific Project Preparation Facility is a multi-donor umbrella facility that will encourage private sector participation in infrastructure by adopting a more consistent and higher-quality approach to public-private partnership (PPP) project preparation development and transaction advice across the region. ADB will use the fund to prepare, structure, and place in the market projects structured with the objective of promoting PPPs.
Linking U.S. Businesses to Global Infrastructure Opportunities USTDA funds pre-feasibility and feasibility studies in order to provide the required comprehensive analysis for infrastructure projects to achieve successful financing and implementation. USTDA funds technical assistance to provide technical analysis, design, legal and/or advisory support related to commercial activities and infrastructure development"
Slovak Agency for International Development Cooperation (SAIDC) is responsible for managing bilateral and trilateral development projects within the responsibility of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. SAIDC represents an administrative and contracting unit for bilateral programming; its responsibilities include contracting, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of bilateral and trilateral development projects.
The Fund now contributes to the financing of 3750 projects in 71 countries, consisting of 41 African countries, 25 Asian countries, and five countries in other parts of the world.
Japan will fully mobilize public and private resources, in collaboration with other countries and international organizations, to address the immense demand for infrastructure development in Asia. This initiative will play a catalytic role in further mobilizing private funding and know-how to realize sufficient infrastructure investment in terms of both quality and quantity.
The DFID financed NIAF was designed to provide access to rapid and flexible consulting expertise to help Nigeria improve its infrastructure through policy and strategy formulation, planning, project implementation and private sector investment.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an innovative and independent U.S. foreign aid agency that is helping lead the fight against global poverty. Created by the U.S. Congress in January 2004 with strong bipartisan support, MCC is changing the conversation on how best to deliver smart U.S. foreign assistance by focusing on good policies, country ownership, and results.
KfW Development Bank administers Germany's official Financial Cooperation in more than 100 developing and transition countries in Africa, Asia, South and Central America, the Middle East and the Caucasus. Its priority areas of activity include poverty reduction and economic development, good governance, education and health care, and protection of the climate and the environment. In this way the bank helps the Federal Government achieve its developmental goals.