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Statement by the President of the Inter-American Development Bank at the conclusion of his visit to Jamaica

Growing scope of Jamaica’s partnership with the IDB.

IDB approves a $300 million line of credit to help Ecuador maintain its social spending in case of economic shocks

IDB approves stand-by line of credit of up to US$300 million to protect social spending in Ecuador.

Brazilian state of Ceará will expand coverage of social services and employment opportunities

The Brazilian state of Ceará will expand coverage of social services and job opportunities with a $50 million loan from the IDB.

Brazil will improve the health of residents of São Bernardo do Campo municipality

IDB approves a loan of $80.05 million to improve the health of the population in the Brazilian municipality of São Bernardo do Campo.

IDB to provide $15 million to Guyana to finance citizen security program

A $15 million citizen security loan from the IDB will improve policing, prisons and social prevention of crime and violence in Guyana.

Guatemala will expand electricity coverage in rural zones with IDB support

Guatemala will expand electricity coverage in rural zones with a $55 million loan with the IDB.

IDB funds implementation of an investment plan for Suriname’s public power utility EBS

IDB approves a loan US$33 million to strengthen operations of Suriname’s power sector and to upgrade critical infrastructure.

Brazil will improve the urban infrastructure in the state of Paraná

Brazil will reduce its shortage of urban infrastructure in a sustainable manner in the state of Paraná with an IDB $150 million loan.

IDB and Haiti Reconstruction Fund provide $23.7 million for Peligre-Nouveau Delmas Power Transmission Line

IDB and Haiti Reconstruction Fund provide $23.7 million for Peligre-Nouveau Delmas Power Transmission Line.

With IDB support, Trinidad and Tobago will reduce the mortality rate caused by chronic non-communicable diseases

IDB approved a US$110 million loan for Trinidad and Tobago to reduce the mortality rate caused by chronic diseases.

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