European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Seeking to advance developmental goals in finance and policy reform, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is a development bank that provides project financing for banks, industries, and businesses, both in new ventures and in existing companies. The EBRD prioritizes its investments on industry, commerce, agribusiness, energy, infrastructure, and micro, small, and medium sized enterprises. It operates in Central and West Asia, and North Africa regions.
At a Glance
Cumulative Project-Specific Cofinancing
2020 Project-Specific Cofinancing
- $25 million
In 2020, the EBRD cofinanced a power sector development program in Tajikistan for $25 million.
1 January 2014–31 December 2020 Cofinanced Project
|Country||Project||Cofinancing Amount ($ million)||Type of Cofinancinga|
|Armenia||Power Transmission Rehabilitation||30||G/L|
|Georgia||North–South Corridor (Kvesheti–Kobi) Road||60||L|
|Uzbekistan||Power Generation Efficiency Improvement||240||L|
|Tajikistan||Power Sector Development Program||25||L|
a L for loan, G for grant