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Project Detail



Project Number


Approval Date

April 15, 1997

Project Status


Project Type

Technical Cooperation





Lending Instrument

BID Invest

Lending Instrument Code




Facility Type


Environmental Classification


Total Cost

USD 23,800.00

Country Counterpart Financing

USD 0.00

Original Amount Approved

USD 23,800.00

Financial Information
Operation Number Lending Type Reporting Currency Reporting Date Signed Date Fund Financial Instrument
ATN/JC-5526-RG Non-Sovereign Guaranteed USD - United States Dollar Japanese Consultants Fund Nonreimbursable
Operation Number ATN/JC-5526-RG
  • Lending Type: Non-Sovereign Guaranteed
  • Reporting Currency: USD - United States Dollar
  • Reporting Date:
  • Signed Date:
  • Fund: Japanese Consultants Fund
  • Financial Instrument: Nonreimbursable
Published 2021
NDC Invest: Supporting Transformational Climate Policy and Finance
El Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático (IPCC por sus siglas en inglés) indica que para cumplir con el objetivo del Acuerdo de París de limitar el aumento de la temperatura global con respecto a los niveles preindustriales a entre 1,5 C y 2 C se requiere alcanzar cero emisiones netas de dióxido de carbono (CO2), así como profundas reducciones en las emisiones de otros gases de efecto invernadero (GEI) hacia mediados de siglo (IPCC 2018). Al mismo tiempo, los países deben construir resiliencia climática para hacer frente a los impactos inevitables. NDC Invest se creó como la ventanilla única del Grupo BID que proporciona apoyo técnico y financiero a los países de América Latina y el Caribe en sus esfuerzos por alcanzar los objetivos climáticos del Acuerdo de París, buscando la transición a cero emisiones netas de carbono y vías de desarrollo resilientes y sostenibles que mejoren la calidad de vida y la prosperidad en América Latina y el Caribe. Al aprender y comprender estos desafíos y al poner a prueba soluciones, hemos desarrollado una caja de herramientas de apoyo. Este documento describe los tres productos de NDC Invest a través de los cuales apoyamos a los gobiernos para encarar estos desafíos y ampliar acciones para afrontar el cambio climático y el desarrollo sostenible: i) el diseño de Estrategias a Largo Plazo (LTS por sus siglas en inglés) para cero emisiones netas y resiliencia climática; ii) diseño de Contribuciones Determinadas a Nivel Nacional (NDCs) ambiciosas, alineadas con las LTS; y iii) diseño de planes de inversión y estrategias financieras. Nuestros tres productos no son una receta fija, sino más bien una caja de herramientas para ofrecer soluciones flexibles y pertinentes adaptadas a las necesidades y el contexto de los países, y a las diferentes etapas de diseño e implementación de sus objetivos climáticos.
Published 2022
Give Credit Where It Is Due: Firm Financing in a Post-Pandemic Caribbean
Joint research from the IDB’s Caribbean Department, IDB Invest, and the Complete Caribbean Partnership uses enterprise survey data to highlight that firms from across the Caribbean face challenges when it comes to access to finance, particularly given the depth and development of credit and capital markets. Findings suggest that the most pressing barriers to finance
Published 2022
The Impact of War on External Financing in Latin America and the Caribbean
Since March of 2022, the war between Russia and Ukraine has significantly impacted the global economy, affecting recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and reducing or halting growth in most of the world’s regions. By disrupting the supply of agricultural and energy commodities, it has also fuelled inflation, which was already running hot before the war
Published 2023
IDB Project Procurement Contract Awards Data
This database compiles information on contract awards related to IDB financed, sovereign-guaranteed operations in Latin America and the Caribbean. This database spans information since 2010. Data can also be viewed at
Published 2023
Ministerios de economía y finanzas frente al cambio climático: 7 avances en la agenda fiscal verde
En este blog resumimos los principales avances sobre la agenda fiscal verde , que está siendo impulsada por la Plataforma Regional de Cambio Climático de los Ministerios de Hacienda, Economía y Finanzas de América Latina, una red de trabajo integrada por los 26 países miembros prestatarios del BID
Published 2021
The IDB Group in the Central American Isthmus and the Dominican Republic: Activities Report 2020
2020 was an unprecedented year for Central America and the Dominican Republic. The effect of the global COVID-19 pandemic, exacerbated by the impact of Hurricanes Eta and Iota in some countries, caused the greatest economic contraction the region has undergone in its recent history - surpassing the debt crisis of the 1980s and the international financial crisis of 2009. In 2020, the IDB Group helped the countries in the region respond to these emergencies through approvals that exceeded US$ 4,900 million and disbursements of more than US$ 4,327 million, both reaching historical records. This report highlights the Groups main activities in Central America and the Dominican Republic in 2020 at the regional and country level.
Published 2022
Improving access to finance for women entrepreneurs and smaller enterprises crucial for the Caribbean
Access to adequate finance is critical to any business. For the most vulnerable – smaller firms and those owned and operated by women – finance is the lifeblood. Financing allows businesses to improve their services, expand to different markets, provide jobs in their communities, and contribute to the growth of the economy. New joint research
Published 2019
2018 Partnership Report: A Decade of Partnership
In 2018, partnerships were once again at the center of the Inter-American Development Bank Group’s (IDB Group) efforts to improve lives in Latin America and the Caribbean. The IDB’s Office of Outreach and Partnerships (ORP) continued working across the many divisions housed within the IDB, its private sector entity IDB Invest, and its newly rebranded innovation laboratory IDB Lab to forge new alliances and strengthen existing ties as a means of amplifying its impact in the region. In the pages of this report, you will learn about the key development trends unfolding in the region, the IDB’s strategic response to them, its continued commitment to innovating, and the collaborations it has developed to address sectors of critical importance.
Published 2021
Special Bulletin: NDC Invest: Supporting Transformational Climate Policy and Finance in Latin American and the Caribbean
NDC Invest was created as the one-stop-shop of the IDB Group providing technical and financial support for countries in Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) in their efforts to achieve the climate objectives under the Paris Agreement, seeking to transition to a net-zero, resilient, and sustainable development pathway that improves the quality of life and prosperity in LAC. We have recently published a paper that describes three NDC Invest products to support Governments to tackle challenges and scale up action towards a climate-aligned and sustainable development path. In this Special Bulletin, we provide a snapshot of our thee products: i) the design of Long-Term Strategies (LTS) for net-zero emissions and resilience; ii) design of ambitious Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), aligned to LTS; and iii) design of investment plans and finance strategies.
Published 2021
Fiscal Policy and Climate Change: Recent Experiences of Finance Ministries in Latin America and the Caribbean
This publication presents recent experiences of finance ministries in the Latin American and Caribbean region in three crucial areas of intervention where climate change issues and the responsibilities of these ministries merge. In addition, it presents key elements for designing fiscal policies that contribute to sustainable growth. The three areas are: 1) Management of economic, fiscal, and financial risks associated with extreme weather events and climate change; 2) Challenges of the transition to low-carbon economies; and 3) Reorientation of public finances so they contribute to national objectives of resilience and decarbonization. Despite the risks and challenges involved in transitioning to green economies, the publication provides evidence indicating that both economic and employment opportunities can be achieved with efficient planning and implementation.
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