IDB President Luis Alberto Moreno and PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi to Unveil Groundbreaking Nutrition Project
October 06, 2014
On eve of World Food Day, IDB-PepsiCo Foundation will Launch Program in Four Countries Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno and PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi will host a media breakfast on Wednesday, October 15th in Washington, D.C. to announce a major partnership on a ground-breaking nutrition project in four countries: Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru.
April 24, 2014
The exhibition includes photographs of 30 families in 24 countries, to understand humankind’s oldest social activity: eating "Hungry Planet", a photographic exhibition by the photojournalits Peter Menzel and the writer Faith D'Aluisio, presented by the Infrastructure and Environment Sector of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is a visual walk-through portraying eating habits of different families around the world.
March 16, 2013
Follow the discussion on Twitter: #IDB2013 The Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the IDB and IIC officially starts today, with the inaugural session at the end of the day. In the morning, there will be a seminar about Salud MesoAmerica, a regional health initiative, and closed sessions of the committees of the boards for the IDB and IIC. In the afternoon, a seminar will analyze the impact of the Panama Canal expansion on global logistics.
November 21, 2012
The 54th Annual Meeting of the Bank’s Board of Governors to be held in Panama City March 13-17, 2013 PANAMA CITY, Panama - The President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, and the Minister of Economy and Finance of Panama, Frank De Lima, participated in a ceremony to officially announce that the 54th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the IDB will take place in Panama City March 14-17, 2013.
December 05, 2011
MADRID, Spain - The Government of Spain has officially finalized its contribution to the Salud Mesoamérica 2015 Initiative for an amount of $42 million, to be disbursed between 2012 and 2016.
March 27, 2008
The Inter-American Development Bank’s energy portfolio includes a wide array of investments aimed at improving the energy security of its member countries by exploiting both conventional and renewable sources. In 2007 the Bank approved US$2.5 billion in energy-related operations. Many of these loans will support high-priority gas and electricity infrastructure projects. For example, the IDB approved: A US$32.7 million loan for a wide-ranging investment program to strengthen Nicaragua’s electricity system.
March 24, 2008
The Inter-American Development Bank was created in 1959 to help accelerate the economic and social development of its member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and to promote regional integration. The Bank has 47 member countries: 28 in the Western Hemisphere, 16 in Europe, as well as Israel, Japan and the Republic of Korea. The Latin American and Caribbean countries as a group hold half the shares in the institution.
March 24, 2008
This IDB initiative applies sustainable market-based strategies to bring the benefits of economic and social development to the majority of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean, reaching more than 360 million people—around 70 percent of the population—who live on less than US$300 per month. This low-income sector has not benefited substantially from the region’s recent economic growth, and meeting its needs requires new investment approaches from both the public and private sectors to make a positive impact from which all will benefit.
March 24, 2008
The Inter-American Development Bank, the main source of multilateral development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, plans to allocate US$12 billion for infrastructure projects in the region by 2010.
February 27, 2007
The Inter-American Development Bank was created in 1959 to help accelerate the economic and social development of its member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and to promote regional integration. The Bank uses its own resources and those it raises on financial markets. In 1994 its authorized capital was increased by $40 billion to $101 billion.