Rethinking development finance in a changing world
At a time when development finance has never been so vital, innovative thinking is key to tackling the drivers of global poverty
After three years that have seen the worst pandemic in a century, ever more frequent and intense climate-related disasters, and war in mainland Europe, global development is, arguably, in a challenging position. While, for some, the lack of development finance is a primary obstacle to achieving humanity’s global goals, for others it is about more than the simple provision of funds. It involves the building of international partnerships between governments, financial institutions and private donors and a nuanced grassroots approach to delivering finance to projects on the ground.
Islamic Development Bank and partners launch the Lives and Livelihoods Fund 2.0 to support economic development across 32 member countries
15, May 2023
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