Government of Japan Contributes US$83.36 Million to the Global Concessional Financing Facility to Support Refugees and Hosting Communities in Jordan, Lebanon, and Moldova

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 21, 2023 – The Global Concessional Financing Facility (GCFF) announces a major contribution of US$83.36 million from the government of Japan to support the integration of refugees in middle-income countries (MICs). This makes Japan the largest donor to this facility, with a total contribution of US$182.92 million. Read More

The World Bank Approves a US$ 530 Million Operation to Promote Inclusive, Resilient and Low-Carbon Development in Ecuador

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 7, 2022 – The World Bank Board of Directors approved a US$ 500 million unrestricted loan for Ecuador which, together with a US$ 30 million non-reimbursable grant from the Global Concessional Financing Facility (GCFF) provided with the support of the United States and Canada, will support government efforts to promote inclusive, resilient, and low-carbon development. Read More

Colombia Eligible for Global Concessional Financing Facility Support for Inflows of Venezuelan Nationals and Hosting Communities

WASHINGTON, January 24, 2019 — The Global Concessional Financing Facility (GCFF), through the World Bank as its administrative secretariat, announced today the eligibility of Colombia for concessional funding to respond to the needs of more than one million Venezuelans, who have entered the country since 2017 fleeing an ongoing crisis at home.  Read More

World Bank” -Scotland on CNN International Europe – U.K. National

World Bank | Scotland on CNN International Europe – U.K. National Refugees a very fixable problem but it just needs the fresh look at policies a fresh look at institutional mandates the world bank should be leading the economics of this unhcr will take years to change from being a humanitarian only agency to what is needed Uganda Uganda’s doing a good job is it began as a terrific model is to… Read More

EBRD and UK enhance wastewater services to address refugee crisis in Jordan

EBRD and UK enhance wastewater services to address refugee crisis in Jordan The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), with support from the World Bank’s Concessional Finance Facility (CFF), are strengthening the resilience of Jordan as the influx of refugees from Syria continues to strain the country’s resources. Read More