How DFC has reorganised its investments through to 2025

How DFC has reorganised its investments through to 2025

The pandemic has led to a revision of funding priorities for the US agency, which is now seeking to invest $25bn over five years.

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            ▪ How DFC has reorganised its investments through to 2025

▪ The pandemic has led to a revision of funding priorities for the US agency, which is now seeking to invest $25bn over five years.

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21/10/2020 at 15h16, by Valentin Grille

DFC is now even more focused on low-income countries and sectors impacted by the pandemic. Speaking to Jeune Afrique Business+, the agency cites healthcare among its priorities, with “stable and resilient energy systems to help health centres, along with ventilators and medical equipment.” It plans to invest $3bn in this sector and to raise an additional $6bn from private partners. $10bn is to be allocated to energy with the aim of providing 10m people with access to electricity.

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