IMF and Aid Flows to Low-Income Countries


Last Updated: August 05, 2013

As part of the effort to help countries meet the Millennium Development Goals, the international community has committed to scaling up aid and improving aid delivery. For its part, the IMF is working to ensure an enabling macroeconomic environment for the effective use of aid. The IMF Executive Board met recently to discuss Fund's role, policy advice and program design issues in light of these efforts. A Public Information Notice summarizing that discussion, as well as links to related papers, is presented below.


Public Information Notice

IMF Executive Board Discusses Operational Implications of Aid Inflows for IMF Advice and Program Design in Low-Income Countries
July 19, 2007


Related Papers


Aid Inflows and Program Design

Aid Inflows—The Role of the Fund and Operational Issues for Program Design
June 14, 2007

Aid Inflows - The Role of the Fund and Operational Issues for Program Design - Background Paper
June 14, 2007


Fiscal Policy Response

Fiscal Policy Response to Scaled-Up Aid
June 5, 2007

Fiscal Policy Response to Scaled-Up Aid—Macro-Fiscal and Expenditure Policy Challenges
June 5, 2007

Fiscal Policy Response to Scaled-Up Aid—Strengthening Public Financial Management
June 5, 2007