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IFC
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IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector in developing countries.

We utilize and leverage our products and services—as well as products and services of other institutions in the World Bank Group—to provide development solutions customized to meet clients’ needs. We apply our financial resources, technical expertise, global experience, and innovative thinking to help our partners overcome financial, operational, and political challenges.

Clients view IFC as a provider and mobilizer of scarce capital, knowledge, and long-term partnerships that can help address critical constraints in areas such as finance, infrastructure, employee skills, and the regulatory environment.

IFC is also a leading mobilizer of third-party resources for its projects. Our willingness to engage in difficult environments and our leadership in crowding-in private finance enable us to extend our footprint and have a development impact well beyond our direct resources.

International Finance Corporation Resources

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Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2011

This report analyzes in some detail the risks to project finance and the performance of real-sector investments. Options, futures, derivatives, foreign exchange and more exotic instruments are not specifically addressed. The objectives of institutional investors, such as pension funds, include creation of sustained revenues over a long period of time.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Tonga
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Tonga. The report analyzes gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Timor-Leste
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Timor-Leste. The report analyses gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Solomon Islands
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Solomon Islands. The report analyses gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Samoa
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Samoa. The report analyses gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Vanuatu
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Vanuatu. The report analyses gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2010
Papua New Guinea
Eastern Asia
Oceania

This report is one of six gender and investment climate reform assessments undertaken in six Pacific nations including Papua New Guinea. The report analyses gender-based investment climate barriers which constrain private sector development and identifies solutions to address them.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2007
Tanzania
Africa

The Government of Tanzania is committed to supporting women entrepreneurs with both policy and practical support. The Government of Tanzania has made impressive strides in supporting women entrepreneurs, and its policies reflect a commitment to advancing women.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2007
Ghana
Africa

This study presents an assessment of the role of gender in economic growth in Ghana with emphasis on constraints to enterprise operations, investment, and growth among women owned firms. Anecdotal evidence suggests that women own up to a third of businesses in Africa, and that this represents a significant source for scaling up economic growth in such countries.

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