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IDB approves $30 million loan for sustainable development program for conservation of Guatemala's Mayan Biosphere Reserve

A $30 million loan to Guatemala for a sustainable development program in the department of El Peten to promote the conservation of the Mayan Biosphere Reserve.

Inter-American Investment Corporation hosts workshop on initiative to develop improved certified emissions reduction sale agreement template

On October 5 and 6, 2006, the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) hosted at its headquarters a two-day workshop to develop an annotated, publicly-available, carbon credits sale and purchase agreement template that reflects in a more balanced manner the interests of buyers, sellers, and financial institutions.

IDB approves $15 million for rural water and sanitation in Haiti

A $15 million soft loan for a program to expand potable water and sanitation services to small rural communities in four departments of Haiti.

IDB approves $60 million for Central American Mezzanine Infrastructure Fund

A $60 million IDB loan for the Central American Mezzanine Infrastructure Fund (CAMIF), which will finance projects in all countries in the isthmus.

IDB approves $61,250,000 for water and sanitation in Ecuador

A $61,250,000 IDB loan for a program to expand potable water and sanitation services, prevent the pollution of rivers and reduce flood risks in Cuenca, Ecuador.

IDB supports new Haitian government’s social peace plan

PORT-AU-PRINCE – The IDB will focus its support on priority sectors of Haitian President René Préval’s Apaisement Social plan, President Moreno said here.

IDB to present new development initiative for Latin America and the Caribbean

IDB President Moreno holds a press briefing on a new initiative to promote economic opportunities for the low-income majority of Latin America and the Caribbean.

IDB approves $50 million loan to Guatemala for rural poverty reduction

A $50 million IDB loan for a program to expand poor people’s access to education and health services and improve basic infrastructure in rural areas of Guatemala.

“Greening” at IDB headquarters and country offices

The first of its kind for the IDB, the 2005 Sustainability Review provides a panorama of the Bank’s overarching commitment to environmentally and socially sound development strategies in Latin America and the Caribbean, including initiatives to improve regional policy, regulatory and institutional frameworks for sustainable social and environmental management.

IDB launches first Sustainability Review

The first edition of a review that describes the IDB’s progress in promoting social and environmental sustainability in its member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean was launched April 25 at a reception at the Bank attended by government officials, members of nongovernmental organizations, Bank board members and senior managers, and the press.

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