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Uruguay to expand sewage network and improve drinking water quality

IDB supports program that will expand sanitation coverage and improving drinking water quality in Uruguay.

US Treasury recognizes IDB project using performing arts to train at-risk youth in Rio de Janeiro

US Treasury recognizes Galpão Aplauso, IDB project to train at-risk youth in Rio de Janeiro, as part of 2014 Development Impact awards.

IDB backs programs to aid 6.2 million people in Argentina

IDB approves support for programs to aid 6.2 million people in Argentina.

IDB and EARTH University - Call for proposals from innovative youth on climate change projects

A call for proposal is launched by the IDB and EARTH University on climate change projects.

Brazilian state of Sergipe to strengthen its health sector with $100 million IDB loan

Brazilian state of Sergipe to strengthen its health sector reducing the prevalence of chronic diseases and maternal mortality.

Peru takes strides to reduce its vulnerability to natural disasters with support from the IDB

Peru will fully implement national disaster response programs at all levels of government with a $25 million IDB loan.

Inter-American Development Bank appoints new Finance Manager and Chief Financial Officer

The IDB announces the appointment of Gustavo De Rosa as Finance Manager and Chief Financial Officer, effective November 1, 2014.

IDB loan to to benefit low-income public-sector employees in Colombia

Loan from IDB's Opportunities for the Majority Sector will benefit up to 110,000 low-income public employees and pensioners in Colombia.

Guyana to improve water, sanitation services with IDB and the European Union

Guyana will improve its water and sanitation services with a $16.84 million IDB loan.

Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul state to invest in youth crime prevention program

The Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul will invest $56 million in a Youth crime prevention program focusing on 15-24 year olds at risk.

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