Water and Sanitation Initiative
At the Inter-American Development Bank we are convinced that countries in Latin America and the Caribbean can close the coverage gap in water and sanitation services in the near future.
To reach that goal, the Water and Sanitation Initiative offers a new set of tools and flexible financing. Launched in 2007, the initiative has developed strategic guidelines, specific targets and special financial products to support solutions tailored to each country’s needs.
Between 2007 and 2011 the initiative has emphasized four programs: 100 Cities Program, Water for 3,000 Rural Communities, Water Defenders and Efficient and Transparent Utilities. Watch the video (only available in spanish).
- Bolivia. Multip irrigation/drinking water Proj for the Mun of Batallas,Pucaracani,El Alto.
- Argentina. Water and Sanitation Program for Metropolitan Areas.
- Brazil. Enviromental Sanitation Program for Federal District-Brasilia Sustentável II.
- Panama. Support for Reform and Modernization Sector Program and IDAAN. Aug 5, 2014
- Uruguay. Ciudad de la Costa-west area Sanitation Project. Jul 23, 2014
- Guyana. Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure Improvement Program. Jul 3, 2014
IDB supports program that will expand sanitation coverage and improving drinking water quality in Uruguay. Jul 23, 2014
IDB approves support for programs to aid 6.2 million people in Argentina. Jul 23, 2014
Guyana will improve its water and sanitation services with a $16.84 million IDB loan. Jul 3, 2014
Spanish Fund for Water
The IDB and the Government of Spain have established a partnership to mobilize at least $500 million in grants for projects to expand water and sanitation services to low-income people in the region.
- Lord Norman Foster (03:00)
- Water Everlasting? (1:48)
- How Can You Print a Building? (22:52)
- How Can We Give People Clean Water? (37:00)
- Tackling "Big Foot" (00:06:49)