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1 Isabel Hagbrink Office of External Relations Overview of the Inter-American Development Bank Isabel Hagbrink Office of External Relations

2 Inter-American Development Bank Basic Facts: the IDB Group  Founded in 1959, oldest and largest of the regional multilateral development banks  Largest source of development finance for Latin America  46 Member countries - 26 Borrowing - 20 Non-borrowing

3 Inter-American Development Bank  Expansion of membership in the 1970s  Establishment of private sector arms: –IIC (1989) –MIF (1992) –PRI (1994)  Approved over $ 130 billion in loans  Total cost of projects: $295 billion  2003: approved $6.8 billion; record disbursement of $8.1 billion Basic Facts: the IDB Group

4 Inter-American Development Bank Institutional Strategy Historical Priorities  Poverty Reduction & Social Equity  Sustainable Development & Growth 4 Pillars  Modernization of the State  Competitiveness  Social Sector Reform  Integration

5 Inter-American Development Bank Sectors of Activity Productive Agriculture Industry Finance & Basic Infrastructure Sectors Energy Transportation Telecommunications Social Education Health Urban Development Environment Water & Sanitation Reform Modernization of state and decentralization

6 Inter-American Development Bank Financial instruments Investment loans - loans to fund specific, predefined activities E.g.: civil works, training, research, software, equipment Sector loans (also Policy-Based loans, PBL) - fast disbursing loans in exchange for macro-economic and legal / institutional reforms Emergency loans – generous loans that cope with financial crises and natural disasters Technical cooperation loans & grants - Fund for Special Operations; Bank-administered Trust Funds; grants from the MIF for capacity building, market reforms, aid to competitiveness, etc. Equity Investment, Guarantees & Syndications – PRI, IIC & MIF Flexible lending instruments – innovation loans, sector facility loans and multiphase loans

7 Inter-American Development Bank IDB Organizational Chart President & EVP MIF Secretary VPO - Administration RE1 RE2 RE3 ROS PRISDS External Relations Auditor General Special Office in Europe Office in Japan OVE Executive Directors Governors Non Operational Departments

8 Inter-American Development Bank Regional Operations Departments Finance and Basic Infrastructure Div. Env. & Natural Res. Manag. Division Social Program Division State & Civil Social Progr. Division Country DivisionCountry Office Regional Departments (3)

9 Inter-American Development Bank Regional Operations Departments Region 1 Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Paraguay Uruguay Region 2 Belize Costa Rica Dominican Republic El Salvador Guatemala Haiti Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama Region 3 Barbados Bahamas Colombia Ecuador Guyana Jamaica Peru Suriname Trinidad & Tobago Venezuela

10 Inter-American Development Bank Capital Shares and Voting Power Latin America and the Caribbean Japan 5% United States 30% Canada 4%4% Non-Regional Countries 11% 50%

11 Inter-American Development Bank Project Pipeline 2004 Others 10% Social Investment, Health & Education 26% Environment, Sanitation & Urban Dev 9% Modernization of the State 25% Microenterprise 8% Energy 9% Transportation & Communication 11% Agriculture 2%

12 Inter-American Development Bank ProgrammingIdentificationPreparation Analysis Negotiation and Approval Execution and Supervision Borrower & Bank Borrower & Bank Project Cycle Borrower & Bank Bank Borrower & Bank 1-2 Years4-8 Years Borrower & Bank PROJECT OUTLINE PROCUREMENT PLAN Project ReportProject Concept Document

13 Inter-American Development Bank Sources of Information from Your Computer  IDB Homepage:  General Basic Facts: Annual Report: Sectors and Topics:  Procedures for Consultants, Goods and Civil Works Goods & Civil Works: Consulting:  Projects Project Information & Procurement notices : Project Documents and Public Information Center :  Events IDB Business Seminars: IDB-sponsored events:

14 Inter-American Development Bank IDB Contacts IDB Contacts  External Relations/Public Information Isabel Hagbrink ; Hiroko Miyakawa ; General Inquiries: Phone Directory:


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