- Key Issues
- Low-Income Countries
Where IMF Loans Are Going
The arrangements under the Extended Credit Facility and Extended Funds Facility will support the country’s economic and financial reform program.
The arrangement under the Extended Credit Facility supports the authorities’ efforts to help raise growth by consolidating progress on the macroeconomic and structural fronts and catalyzing continued support from donors.
The arrangement under the Extended Credit Facility aims to entrench macroeconomic stability and create the conditions for sustained and inclusive growth through structural reforms.
The arrangement under the Extended Credit Facility aims to reinforce macroeconomic stability and promote sustainable and inclusive growth
Fund support will complement the authorities’ efforts to address growing external imbalances, by boosting reserves, with a first SDR 72.09 million disbursement (about US$102 million) available immediately
IMF extends its arrangement with Mali under the Extended Credit Facility by one year and increases its total support to US$ 138.8 million
The arrangement is supporting the authorities’ reform program which, despite a challenging security environment, has made good progress
IMF extends its arrangement with Malawi under the Extended Credit Facility and increases its total support to US$ 192 million
The extension gives the authorities more time to achieve the objectives of the program while the additional financing will help to strengthen the country’s response to the El Niño induced drought
The new precautionary arrangements support continued macroeconomic and institutional reform, and would help mitigate the impact of potential exogenous shocks if they were to materialize.
Staff Report: Reform of the Fund's Policy on Poverty Reduction Strategies in Fund Engagement with LIC--Proposals
Financing for Development: Enhancing the Financial Safety Net for Developing Countries---Further Considerations
Need to Know
Provides grants for debt relief for countries that are hit by catastrophic natural or public health disasters
Amid signs of success, there's more money and new instruments
A two-step process to free resources for social spending
The Sustainable Development Goals are a new set of global development targets adopted by the member countries of the UN in September 2015
Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS) are central to IMF-supported economic and financial programs in low-income countries
Who Said That?
An Address by Deputy Managing Director Min Zhu, Ethiopia
An Address by the Managing Director at the The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
An Address by the Managing Director at the University of the West Indies Mona, Jamaica
An Address by the First Deputy Managing Director at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
ANALYTICAL CORNER: Revisiting Tourism Flows to the Caribbean: What is Driving Arrivals?
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- Statement by MD on the Role of the Fund in Addressing Climate Change
- Financing for Development: IMF’s Role in the Post-2015 Agenda
- Press Release: Reform of the Fund's Policy on Poverty Reduction Strategies in Fund Engagement with LIC--Proposals
- Press Release: Eligibility to Use the Fund's Facilities for Concessional Financing 2015
- Staff Discussion Note:From Ambition to Execution: Policies in Support of Sustainable Development Goals on Policies in Support of SDGs
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- IMF and MDBs Joint Note on FfD
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Research & Publications
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- Reducing Informality
- The Economic Impact of IMF-Supported Programs in Low-Income Countries
- Macro Research for Development
- The Elusive Quest for Inclusive Growth: Growth, Poverty, and Inequality in Asia
- Regional Economic Outlook: Sub-Saharan Africa