Feb 19, 1999 President Andrés Pastrana Arango was the guest of honor at the signing of two loans totaling $570 million to support public sector reform and to assist recovery and reconstruction from the Jan. 25 earthquake.
Feb 4, 1999 Latin America and the Caribbean must take up the cause of social protection with the same level of commitment with which they have embraced economic reform, Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias said at a conference on how to shield societies' most vulnerable groups from the impact of economic crises and natural disasters.
Feb 1, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank will host an international conference on poverty Feb. 4-5 to identify mechanisms and social safety nets for the poorest sectors of society, especially with regard to the impact of economic crises and natural disasters.
Jan 26, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank will host an international conference on poverty Feb. 4-5 to identify mechanisms and social safety nets for poorest sectors of society, especially with regard to the impact of economic crises and natural disasters.
Jan 22, 1999 Guatemala Finance Minister Pedro Miguel Lamport and Inter-American Development Bank Executive Vice President K. Burke Dillon signed documents for a $40 million loan to Guatemala for reconstruction and repair of public works and preventive measures against flooding.
Jan 21, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of $25.8 million in concessional financing to Honduras to help repair and rebuild infrastructure that was damaged by Hurricane Mitch.
Jan 6, 1999 A senior official of the Inter-American Development Bank will make a presentation on Thursday, Jan. 21 at a business briefing organized by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce in Miami, Florida, on the international effort to help rebuild the Central American countries devastated by Hurricane Mitch.
Dec 21, 1998 The Inter-American Development Bank approved a record $10 billion in loans for Latin America and the Caribbean during 1998, opening new areas of financing designed to counteract worldwide...
Dec 14, 1998 Donors of the international community pledged $6.3 billion to help Central American countries devastated by Hurricane Mitch. A high proportion of this amount will be allocated to the two most affected countries.
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