The Public-Private Infrastructure Development Facility (PPIDF) includes and $82 million loan from ADB's ordinary capital resources (OCR), an $83 million equivalent loan from ADB's special funds resources and a technical assistance grant of $500,000 for capacity building and supporting project implementation.
Component A will use ADB's OCR funds of $82 million to provide financing to the Government of Bangladesh for relending to the Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) to finance private sector-sponsored large infrastructure subprojects with a subproject size of more than $30 million.
Component B will provide ADF support of $50 million equivalent to the Government for relending in local currency to IDCOL to finance small and medium-sized infrastructure subprojects primarily located in rural and semiurban areas, especially in the energy sector.
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