The IMF’s Resilience and Sustainability Trust (RST) helps low-income and vulnerable middle-income countries build resilience to external shocks and ensure sustainable growth, contributing to their longer-term balance of payments stability. It complements the IMF’s existing lending toolkit by providing longer-term, affordable financing to address longer-term challenges, including climate change and pandemic preparedness.

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RST Funding Status 
  • (as of April 18, 2023)1/

      In SDR billions In USD billions 
    Total pledges 30.6  41.2
      of which: contribution package with loan resources 2/  25.5 34.4
    Contributions received 3/   25.1  33.8
      of which: contribution package with loan resources 20.0 27.0
        Australia  0.9  1.3
        Canada  1.4  1.9
        China  6.0 8.1
        France 3.1 4.1
        Japan  5.0  6.7
        Korea 0.9 1.2
        Lithuania 0.1 0.1
        Netherlands 1.2 1.6
        Spain  1.4  1.9
      of which: standalone contribution 2/ 5.1 6.9
        Estonia 0.03 0.03
        Germany 5.1 6.8

    1/ Where relevant, FX rates as of April 18, 2023.
    2/ A 'contribution package' includes contributions to all three accounts of the RST (loan, deposit, and reserve accounts). A 'standalone contribution' refers to contributions to the deposit and/or reserve accounts.
    3/ Contribution packages with effective agreements are reported as received once their deposit and reserve contributions have been both disbursed to the RST. Standalone contributions with effective agreements are reported as ‘received’ once they are disbursed.