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The IDB Country Office of Suriname supports restoring macroeconomic sustainability, promoting private sector competitiveness, and improving basic services and social protection.

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Country Office

The 2021-2025 Country Strategy will support restoring macroeconomic sustainability, promoting private sector competitiveness, and improving basic services and social protection. Economic stabilization requires improving public expenditure management and strengthening public administration while protecting the social safety net. The longer-term priorities focus on private sector development, digitalization, financial inclusion, and strengthening social protection.

Adriana La Valley Representante país Surinam. Sostenibilidad económica - Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo - BID
Adriana La Valley
Representative
COF/CSU@iadb.org

 

Our Team on The Ground

Address: Peter Bruneslaan 2-4 Paramaribo, Suriname

Mailing Address: Peter Bruneslaan 2-4 Paramaribo, Suriname

(T) (597) 52-1201

(F) (597) 52-1229

Country representation

Executive Director: Paulo Guilherme Farah Correa

ALTERNATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(S):

  • Anita Fiori de Abreu

ELECTED BY: Brazil and Suriname

Total Contribution: 1,640,970

Number of votes: 12,659

of the institution's ownership

IDB Group and Caribbean Governors Discuss Climate Resilience and Integration
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Inter-American Development Bank Group (IDB Group) held its XII Annual Consultation with the Governors of IDB Caribbean member countries on February 23-24 in Georgetown, Guyana. The gathering was part of preparations for the IDB and IDB Invest Annual Meetings, which will take...
February 24, 2024
IDB and Suriname Sign Agreement to Finance MSMEs
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) agreed on a US$12 million financing support to Suriname to enhance access to credit for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), focusing on bio-businesses.
February 23, 2024
IDB Report Outlines Progress and Challenges in Managing Public Debt in the Caribbean
Public debt load in the Caribbean has fallen sharply to near pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which urges governments to continue on the path of prudent debt management, given uncertain global risks.  The publication reveals that the average...
January 18, 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.
Paramaribo Urban Rehabilitation Program
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Modernization of Electricity Network
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Partnering for a Resilient Caribbean
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The Caribbean of 2040: vibrant economies where people are safe, productive and happy
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A blue urban agenda for the Caribbean: adapting to climate change in the coastal cities
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How are Caribbean cities responding to climate change?
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What is the Inter-American Development Bank? Financial and technical to improve lives in LAC
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Strategy and Projects

Suriname is one of the founding member countries of the IDB. Like all the shareholders, Suriname 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., Suriname is represented by a chair on the Board of Executive Directors. The chair, shared with Brazil, is headed by an Executive Director, who is elected to a three-year term by the Governors of Suriname and Brazil.

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 Suriname (2021-2025)
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Project Number Sector Projects Financing Project Status Approval Date
SU-T1188 SOCIAL INVESTMENT Support for the digital transformation of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Public Housing Preparation
SU-T1182 ENERGY Support for Bioeconomic Development in Southern Suriname through Sustainable Provision of Energy, Water and Telecommunication 300,000 Preparation
SU-L1071 TRANSPORT Grasshopper Airstrips and Productive Roads and Bridges 20,000,000 Preparation
SU-L1076 ENERGY Bio-economy Empowerment in Suriname Indigenous Communities through Access to Water, Energy and Telecommunications (Bio-SWEET) Preparation
SU-T1181 OTHER Action Plan C&D 367,688 Implementation
SU-L1072 EDUCATION Skills for Growth: Improving Education Opportunities and Competitiveness 40,000,000 Preparation
SU-G1007 FINANCIAL MARKETS Financing Program for Productive and Sustainable Development in Suriname 1,000,000 Implementation
SU-T1179 FINANCIAL MARKETS Financing Program for Productive and Sustainable Development in Suriname 1,000,000 Implementation
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Country Office

The 2021-2025 Country Strategy will support restoring macroeconomic sustainability, promoting private sector competitiveness, and improving basic services and social protection. Economic stabilization requires improving public expenditure management and strengthening public administration while protecting the social safety net. The longer-term priorities focus on private sector development, digitalization, financial inclusion, and strengthening social protection.

Adriana La Valley Representante país Surinam. Sostenibilidad económica - Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo - BID
Adriana La Valley
Representative
COF/CSU@iadb.org

 

Our Team on The Ground

Address: Peter Bruneslaan 2-4 Paramaribo, Suriname

Mailing Address: Peter Bruneslaan 2-4 Paramaribo, Suriname

(T) (597) 52-1201

(F) (597) 52-1229

Country representation

Executive Director: Paulo Guilherme Farah Correa

ALTERNATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(S):

  • Anita Fiori de Abreu

ELECTED BY: Brazil and Suriname

Total Contribution: 1,640,970

Number of votes: 12,659

of the institution's ownership

IDB Group and Caribbean Governors Discuss Climate Resilience and Integration
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Inter-American Development Bank Group (IDB Group) held its XII Annual Consultation with the Governors of IDB Caribbean member countries on February 23-24 in Georgetown, Guyana. The gathering was part of preparations for the IDB and IDB Invest Annual Meetings, which will take...
February 24, 2024
IDB and Suriname Sign Agreement to Finance MSMEs
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) agreed on a US$12 million financing support to Suriname to enhance access to credit for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), focusing on bio-businesses.
February 23, 2024
IDB Report Outlines Progress and Challenges in Managing Public Debt in the Caribbean
Public debt load in the Caribbean has fallen sharply to near pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which urges governments to continue on the path of prudent debt management, given uncertain global risks.  The publication reveals that the average...
January 18, 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.
Paramaribo Urban Rehabilitation Program
Learn More
Modernization of Electricity Network
Learn More
Partnering for a Resilient Caribbean
Learn More
The Caribbean of 2040: vibrant economies where people are safe, productive and happy
Learn More
A blue urban agenda for the Caribbean: adapting to climate change in the coastal cities
Learn More
How are Caribbean cities responding to climate change?
Learn More
What is the Inter-American Development Bank? Financial and technical to improve lives in LAC
Learn More
Strategy and Projects

Suriname is one of the founding member countries of the IDB. Like all the shareholders, Suriname 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., Suriname is represented by a chair on the Board of Executive Directors. The chair, shared with Brazil, is headed by an Executive Director, who is elected to a three-year term by the Governors of Suriname and Brazil.

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 Suriname (2021-2025)
See more
Project Number Sector Projects Financing Project Status Approval Date
SU-T1188 SOCIAL INVESTMENT Support for the digital transformation of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Public Housing Preparation
SU-T1182 ENERGY Support for Bioeconomic Development in Southern Suriname through Sustainable Provision of Energy, Water and Telecommunication 300,000 Preparation
SU-L1071 TRANSPORT Grasshopper Airstrips and Productive Roads and Bridges 20,000,000 Preparation
SU-L1076 ENERGY Bio-economy Empowerment in Suriname Indigenous Communities through Access to Water, Energy and Telecommunications (Bio-SWEET) Preparation
SU-T1181 OTHER Action Plan C&D 367,688 Implementation
SU-L1072 EDUCATION Skills for Growth: Improving Education Opportunities and Competitiveness 40,000,000 Preparation
SU-G1007 FINANCIAL MARKETS Financing Program for Productive and Sustainable Development in Suriname 1,000,000 Implementation
SU-T1179 FINANCIAL MARKETS Financing Program for Productive and Sustainable Development in Suriname 1,000,000 Implementation
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