Link: Visit. Description: Through the Investment Facility for Central Asia IFCA , the European Union backs the priorities of partner governments in the Central Asian region and supports them in undertaking priority investments contributing to inclusive and sustainable growth. The Facility aims at leveraging funds with eligible Financing Institutions for such investment projects. Through IFCA, the European Union backs the priorities of partner governments in the Central Asian region and supports them in undertaking priority investments contributing to inclusive and sustainable growth.
The Facility intervenes in cases where the regular market fails to offer sufficient or affordable financing which may hinder the timely realisation of high priority investment projects with the potential to promote inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development.
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Most of the time, the Commission attributes them through calls for proposals. It consists of financial transfers to the national treasuries, and also involves policy dialogue and measures to assess the use made of these funds. To benefit from budget support, a beneficiary country must demonstrate commitment to the fundamental values of human rights, democracy and the rule of law. A large part of the development funding made available by the EU targets specific sectors in partner countries.
Sector support gives a boost to sector programmes run by partner governments. The Facility aims at leveraging funds with eligible Financing Institutions for such investment projects. Through IFCA, the European Union backs the priorities of partner governments in the Central Asian region and supports them in undertaking priority investments contributing to inclusive and sustainable growth. The Facility intervenes in cases where the regular market fails to offer sufficient or affordable financing which may hinder the timely realisation of high priority investment projects with the potential to promote inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development.
The Facility can also finance regional projects covering two or more of the above countries. The EU blending project cycle comprises seven stages with responsibilities shared by key stakeholders. The EIB is a publicly owned international financial institution and its shareholders are the 28 EU member states.
In Central Asia within the framework of the EIB External Lending Mandate, priority is given to projects which contribute to improving energy supplies and environmental protection. Borrowing counterparts will include both public sector entities and private sector companies. Eligible projects in the energy sector: expansion, modernisation and upgrading of infrastructure and procurement of equipment for:.
Eligible projects in the environmental sector: expansion, modernisation and upgrading of infrastructure and procurement of equipment for energy saving as well as schemes leading to a significant improvement of the environment. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD is a multilateral developmental investment bank and international financial institution founded in April Despite its public-sector shareholders, it invests mainly in private enterprises, together with commercial partners.
It covers Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, and is aimed at promoting investments in the energy, small and medium-sized enterprise SME and social sectors. EBRD members. The goal of EBRD is to maximise impact of projects implemented with its financial support. In order to do so the following factors are taken into consideration during the project proposal evaluation stage as well as later at project appraisal stages:.
The EBRD tailors solutions to client and project needs and to the specific situation of the country, region and sector. It assigns a dedicated team of specialists with expertise in project finance, the region and sector, law and environment. Smaller projects may be financed through financial intermediaries or through special programmes for smaller direct investments in the less advanced countries. The key three types of direct financial support provided by EBRD are:.
KfW Entwicklungsbank KfW Development Bank is a German government-owned development bank, which provides financing to governments, public enterprises and commercial banks engaged in microfinance and SME promotion in developing countries. Support is provided for efficient financial institutions that help small and medium-sized enterprises create jobs. KfW sees its task in providing support and advice for reform processes and investments in developing and emerging countries.
KfW sets these objectives:. It is particularly important for KfW that direct poverty reduction be accompanied by the creation of viable structures. Only in a favourable environment can women and men exercise their political rights, secure their economic livelihood and build their lives in dignity. In this sense, KfW is one of the leading financiers of microcredit in developing countries. The conditions for these kinds of loans are particularly favourable interest, term.
Quality is carefully assured at each stage of this cycle. In doing so KfW Development Bank aims to ensure that the projects generate both specific and structural changes. The following on-site audit checks the conditions on-site. An intergovernmental agreement is generally concluded on any project. KfW checks whether the proposed projects are developmentally sound and realisable. KfW Office in Kyrgyzstan Blvd. Bischkek kfw. KfW Office in Tajikistan N. KfW Office in Uzbekistan 7 A. It works to fight poverty and promote sustainable development.
AFD is a bi-lateral development finance institution established in that works on behalf of the French government. Preservation of Global Public Goods includes the fight against climate change and pandemics; the protection of biodiversity; the promotion of social and environmental responsibility; as well as aid to countries weakened by strife, war and natural disasters.
Consequently, AFD is active in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean and the French overseas territories where it finances and supports projects that improve living conditions for populations, promote economic growth and protect the planet. In keeping with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, AFD works in many sectors — energy, healthcare, biodiversity, water, digital technology, professional training, among others — to assist with transitions towards a safer, more equitable, and more sustainable world.
Loans, which terms are determined depending on the type of project and its environment impact and political, economic, social and environmental context and the quality of the borrower sector, rating, guarantees ;. Guarantees for financing for companies and bond issues conducted on the markets by financial institutions or certain States;.
Grants to finance actions in the social sector health, education , initiatives for rural and urban development, and infrastructure projects. German government is supporting sustainable development in provides support to developing and transition countries and emerging economies through various programmes and agencies.
In this section you will find brief information on some of them. When Germany provides a developing country with a low-interest loan, when German experts advise the government of a partner country on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development BMZ or when private German organisations carry out projects in developing countries, these are all approaches involving direct development cooperation between Germany and its partners.
It promotes international exchange and offers protection and assistance to Germans abroad. This work concerns much more than just political contacts among governments and parliaments. Because Germany and German society are enmeshed in ever-growing international networks, the Federal Foreign Office promotes intensive interaction and exchange with the world in the fields of business, culture, science and technology, the environment, development issues and many more areas.
Federal Foreign Office provides support through cooperation with humanitarian relief organisations in crisis situations. GIZ mainly implements technical cooperation projects of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development BMZ , its main commissioning party, although it also works with the private sector and other national and supranational government organizations but usually not with non-governmental organizations on a public benefit basis.
Moreover, nearly one country in six depends on upstream countries for over half of its water supply. Water is, by nature, a local public good and a resource that crosses borders. This is a source of significant tension in some regions, namely Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
For this reason, France promotes international conventions that foster dialogue and support transboundary water cooperation initiatives. The French Facility for Global Environment FFEM was created by the French Government in following the first Earth Summit, to implement sustainable development projects that integrate the preservation of global public goods, international solidarity and innovation in developing and emerging countries.
FFEM promotes innovative solutions in the fields of biodiversity, climate, international waters, land degradation, including deforestation, chemical pollutants and the stratospheric ozone layer. Finland pursues an active bilateral and multilateral foreign and security policy. In a world of mutual interdependencies, this fosters sustainable development and promotes international stability, peace, democracy, human rights, the rule of law, and equality. Finland has pledged to bear its share of the global responsibility for implementing the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Foreign Service also promotes sustainable development through its operating practices in the Ministry and the missions abroad. These include the priorities set out in the Government Report on the Implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development, namely a carbon-neutral and resource-wise Finland and a non-discriminating, equal and competent Finland.
At present Finland has an embassy in Kazakhstan and consulate in Kyrgyzstan. ADA funds projects and programmes currently with a total of EUR million to improve living conditions in developing countries. Since , the Austrian Development Agency has been conducting programmes for the European Commission. Via a further financing instrument, business partnerships, it allocates private funds for development cooperation: ADA promotes projects of enterprises in developing countries and emerging nations if they contribute to improving the conditions of life of the population in a region.
Most funds are invested in its key regions and priority countries. It attaches particular importance in all its programmes and projects to the equal participation of women, taking special account of the needs of children and persons with disabilities.
In this section you will find information on other international funding institutions non EU-affiliated. It has member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations. World Bank was founded in as an international financial institution that provides loans to countries of the world for capital programs. It provides low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to developing countries.
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