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Inter-American Development Bank approves loans for Argentina, Honduras, and Uruguay

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved today three operations for projects on chronic diseases in Argentina, comprehensive care to women in Honduras, and secondary education in Uruguay. 

The press releases issued with details on the projects, the amounts and payment terms are as follows: 

ARGENTINA: IDB supports program to reduce deaths caused by non-communicable chronic diseases in the amount of $100 million.

HONDURAS: IDB loan totaling $20 million to implement the Ciudad Mujer program.

URUGUAY: IDB approved a $50 million loan to improve secondary education access and quality.

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