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Fact sheet: The IDB and Haiti’s Caracol Industrial Park

By supporting the Caracol Industrial Park project, the IDB is helping bring jobs and investments to one of Haiti’s poorest regions.

Fact Sheet: MIF in Costa Rica

The MIF projects in Costa Rica are on issues like sustainable tourism, innovation and bolstering SME exports, etc.

Fact Sheet - Base of the Pyramid and IDB's Opportunities for the Majority

Fact SheetÇ Base of the Puramid Market in Latin America.

IDB and Energy

The Inter-American Development Bank’s energy portfolio includes a wide array of investments aimed at improving the energy security of its member countries by exploiting both conventional and renewable sources.

IDB in Brief

The Inter-American Development Bank was created in 1959 to help accelerate the economic and social development of its member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and to promote regional integration.

Opportunities for the Majority

This IDB initiative applies sustainable market-based strategies to bring the benefits of economic and social development to the majority of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean, reaching more than 360 million people—around 70 percent of the population—who live on less than US$300 per month.

IDB and Infrastructure

The Inter-American Development Bank, the main source of multilateral development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, plans to allocate US$12 billion for infrastructure projects in the region by 2010.

The IDB in the Caribbean

As part of Bankwide steps to achieve greater country focus and responsiveness, the Inter-American Development Bank established the Caribbean Country Department in July of 2007 to better attend to the financing...

The IDB in Brief

The Inter-American Development Bank was created in 1959 to help accelerate the economic and social development of its member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean...

The IDB and the majority in Latin America and the Caribbean

While Latin America and the Caribbean have seen marked improvements in their social indicators, including life expectancy and education, over the past five decades, the proportion of people living in poverty...

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