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The Country Office of Brazil supports efforts to achieve sustainable economic growth through increased competitiveness and productivity, with a government capable of efficiently providing public services for Brazilians, and it also addresses challenges related to gender and diversity.

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Country Office

Brazil’s country strategy for 2019-2022 is structured into four strategic areas:

(i) improve the business climate and narrow gaps in infrastructure for enhanced competitiveness;

(ii) promote national and international integration to boost productivity;

(iii) build a more effective public sector that promotes fiscal sustainability; and

(iv) reduce social inequality and lack of opportunities by enhancing public policy efficiency. As crosscutting issues, the strategy will address challenges related to: gender and diversity; environmental sustainability and climate change; and innovation and digital transformation.

Morgan Doyle
Morgan Doyle
Representative
BIDBrasil@iadb.org

 

Our team on the Ground

Address: Setor de Embaixadas Norte Quadra 802 Conjunto F Lote 39 - Asa Norte, Brasília - DF, Brasil

Mailing Address: Alameda Santos, 2300 Ed. Haddock Santos, 2 andar Bairro Cerqueira Cesar, Sao Paulo - SP, Brasil

(T) (55-61) 3317-4200

(F) (55-61) 3321-3112

Country representation

Executive Director: Paulo Guilherme Farah Correa

ALTERNATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(S):

  • Anita Fiori de Abreu

ELECTED BY: Brazil and Suriname

Total Contribution: 358,626,000

Number of votes: 1,609,577

of the institution's ownership

IDB, Brazil’s Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, and Central Bank Join Forces to Boost Green Investments
SÃO PAULO – IDB President Ilan Goldfajn joined Brazil’s Treasury Secretary, Rogério Ceron de Oliveira, representing Minister of Finance Fernando Haddad; Minister of Environment and Climate Change Marina Silva; and Central Bank President Roberto Campos Neto to sign letters of intent encouraging...
February 26, 2024
Brazilian State of Santa Catarina to Expand Small Business Financing, with IDB Support
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $50 million loan to the Agência de Fomento do Estado de Santa Catarina (BADESC) in Brazil to boost the economic performance of individual entrepreneurs and micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) as the state continues to recover...
January 17, 2024
IDB to Launch Art Exhibit: Amazonia: A BioCreativity Hub
The exhibit, a collective call to action to protect the Amazon, will show how nature inspires artistic production in the region The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will open the Amazonia: A BioCreativity Hub art exhibition on January 23. During the inauguration, the artist Olinda Silvano, an...
January 16, 2024
Feb 26, 2024
EconNet: Becoming Legible to the State: The Role of Identification and Collection Capacity in Tax Compliance
07:00 AM - 08:30 AM
United States - Washington, D.C.
Mar 13, 2024
Launch of Government at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean 2024
06:00 AM - 07:25 AM
Jul 18, 2024
The Win-Win of Unbranded Generic Drugs Substitution: The Chile and Dominican Republic cases
06:00 AM - 07:00 AM
United States - Washington, D.C.

Videos available in Portuguese

Aula 1: “Cidades Inteligentes no Brasil: Perspectivas e Experiências de Líderes Municipais”
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Fórum de Prefeitos 2023: Financiando o desenvolvimento sustentável das cidades
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Arte sem barreiras: Inclusão e acessibilidade nas indústrias criativas
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Strategy and Projects

Brazil is one of the founding member countries of the IDB. Like all the shareholders, Brazil appoints a Governor, who represents the country on the Board of Governors.

For day-to-day business at the Bank's Headquarters in Washington, D.C., Brazil is represented by a chair on the Board of Executive Directors. The chair, shared with Suriname, is headed by an Executive Director, who is elected to a three-year term by the Governors of Brazil and Suriname.

Country strategies remain valid for one year beyond the stated period, as they remain active throughout the preparation of the following strategy.   

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IDB Group Country Strategy with Brazil 2019 – 2022
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Extension of the Transition Period of the Country Strategy with Brazil
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Project Number Sector Projects Financing Project Status Approval Date
BR-T1584 TRADE Investment Attraction and Export Promotion Preparation
BR-T1589 EDUCATION EXPLEARN Facility: Supporting Expansion of Full-Time Education in Brazil 250,000 Preparation
BR-T1607 FINANCIAL MARKETS Technical Assistance to support the design and implementation of the Foreign Private Capital Mobilization and Currency Hedging Program Preparation
BR-L1603 FINANCIAL MARKETS Bioeconomy Program for Amazonia 150,000,000 Preparation
BR-L1623 AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Paraiba Sustainable Development Project - PROCASE II Preparation
BR-T1572 OTHER Structuring of Public-Private Partnerships for the recovery of the national forests in the Amazon Basin 800,000 Preparation
BR-T1556 SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Tourism climate action in Brazil: policy development and innovative approaches Preparation
BR-T1588 SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Support for the preparation of Salvador Capital Afro Program (BR-L1636) Preparation
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Country Office

Brazil’s country strategy for 2019-2022 is structured into four strategic areas:

(i) improve the business climate and narrow gaps in infrastructure for enhanced competitiveness;

(ii) promote national and international integration to boost productivity;

(iii) build a more effective public sector that promotes fiscal sustainability; and

(iv) reduce social inequality and lack of opportunities by enhancing public policy efficiency. As crosscutting issues, the strategy will address challenges related to: gender and diversity; environmental sustainability and climate change; and innovation and digital transformation.

Morgan Doyle
Morgan Doyle
Representative
BIDBrasil@iadb.org

 

Our team on the Ground

Address: Setor de Embaixadas Norte Quadra 802 Conjunto F Lote 39 - Asa Norte, Brasília - DF, Brasil

Mailing Address: Alameda Santos, 2300 Ed. Haddock Santos, 2 andar Bairro Cerqueira Cesar, Sao Paulo - SP, Brasil

(T) (55-61) 3317-4200

(F) (55-61) 3321-3112

Country representation

Executive Director: Paulo Guilherme Farah Correa

ALTERNATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(S):

  • Anita Fiori de Abreu

ELECTED BY: Brazil and Suriname

Total Contribution: 358,626,000

Number of votes: 1,609,577

of the institution's ownership

IDB, Brazil’s Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, and Central Bank Join Forces to Boost Green Investments
SÃO PAULO – IDB President Ilan Goldfajn joined Brazil’s Treasury Secretary, Rogério Ceron de Oliveira, representing Minister of Finance Fernando Haddad; Minister of Environment and Climate Change Marina Silva; and Central Bank President Roberto Campos Neto to sign letters of intent encouraging...
February 26, 2024
Brazilian State of Santa Catarina to Expand Small Business Financing, with IDB Support
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $50 million loan to the Agência de Fomento do Estado de Santa Catarina (BADESC) in Brazil to boost the economic performance of individual entrepreneurs and micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) as the state continues to recover...
January 17, 2024
IDB to Launch Art Exhibit: Amazonia: A BioCreativity Hub
The exhibit, a collective call to action to protect the Amazon, will show how nature inspires artistic production in the region The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will open the Amazonia: A BioCreativity Hub art exhibition on January 23. During the inauguration, the artist Olinda Silvano, an...
January 16, 2024
Feb 26, 2024
EconNet: Becoming Legible to the State: The Role of Identification and Collection Capacity in Tax Compliance
07:00 AM - 08:30 AM
United States - Washington, D.C.
Mar 13, 2024
Launch of Government at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean 2024
06:00 AM - 07:25 AM
Jul 18, 2024
The Win-Win of Unbranded Generic Drugs Substitution: The Chile and Dominican Republic cases
06:00 AM - 07:00 AM
United States - Washington, D.C.

Videos available in Portuguese

Aula 1: “Cidades Inteligentes no Brasil: Perspectivas e Experiências de Líderes Municipais”
Learn More
Fórum de Prefeitos 2023: Financiando o desenvolvimento sustentável das cidades
Learn More
Arte sem barreiras: Inclusão e acessibilidade nas indústrias criativas
Learn More
Strategy and Projects

Brazil is one of the founding member countries of the IDB. Like all the shareholders, Brazil appoints a Governor, who represents the country on the Board of Governors.

For day-to-day business at the Bank's Headquarters in Washington, D.C., Brazil is represented by a chair on the Board of Executive Directors. The chair, shared with Suriname, is headed by an Executive Director, who is elected to a three-year term by the Governors of Brazil and Suriname.

Country strategies remain valid for one year beyond the stated period, as they remain active throughout the preparation of the following strategy.   

hands
IDB Group Country Strategy with Brazil 2019 – 2022
Download
hands
Extension of the Transition Period of the Country Strategy with Brazil
Download
Project Number Sector Projects Financing Project Status Approval Date
BR-T1584 TRADE Investment Attraction and Export Promotion Preparation
BR-T1589 EDUCATION EXPLEARN Facility: Supporting Expansion of Full-Time Education in Brazil 250,000 Preparation
BR-T1607 FINANCIAL MARKETS Technical Assistance to support the design and implementation of the Foreign Private Capital Mobilization and Currency Hedging Program Preparation
BR-L1603 FINANCIAL MARKETS Bioeconomy Program for Amazonia 150,000,000 Preparation
BR-L1623 AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Paraiba Sustainable Development Project - PROCASE II Preparation
BR-T1572 OTHER Structuring of Public-Private Partnerships for the recovery of the national forests in the Amazon Basin 800,000 Preparation
BR-T1556 SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Tourism climate action in Brazil: policy development and innovative approaches Preparation
BR-T1588 SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Support for the preparation of Salvador Capital Afro Program (BR-L1636) Preparation
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