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BP 14.10, Annex B1 - Countries Subject to IDA's Non-Concessional Borrowing Policy


These policies were prepared for use by World Bank staff and are not necessarily a complete treatment of the subject.
BP 14.10 - Annex B1
July, 2011
 

 

Note: This BP 14.10, Annex B1 replaces the version dated August 2010.

 

IDA-Only Countries to which the IDA Non-Concessional Borrowing Policy

Applies in FY10 1, 2 

  

 

Red Light (19)

 

Yellow Light (17)

 

MDRI Recipient and

Green Light (10)

 

Afghanistan                                 

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Comoros

Congo, Democratic Republic of

Côte d’Ivoire

Djibouti

Eritrea

Gambia, The

Guinea

Haiti

Kiribati

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

 

 

Maldives

Marshall Islands

São Tomé and Príncipe Tajikistan

Tonga

Yemen, Republic of

 

 

 

 

 

Benin

Cambodia

Central African Republic

Chad

Ghana

Guinea-Bissau

Kyrgyz Republic

Lesotho

Malawi

Mali

Mauritania

Nepal

Nicaragua

Rwanda

Sierra Leone

Solomon Islands

Togo

 

Cameroon

Ethiopia

Liberia

Madagascar

Mozambique

Niger

Senegal

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia 

 
 

 

  1. This list is updated annually and is subject to change should other IDA-only countries qualify for IDA grants and/or MDRI.  The list includes all IDA-only countries that are currently eligible for IDA grants on grounds of debt-sustainability as well as post-MDRI green light countries.  It excludes “gap” or “blend” countries that receive hardened or blend terms from IDA and are not eligible for IDA grants.  Should a country’s IDA-only status change mid-year, the list would be updated at that time to reflect the change.
  2. The list is limited to active IDA-only countries and excludes countries in nonaccrual status as of June 30, 2010 (Myanmar, Somalia, and Sudan).  The grant eligibility of inactive countries will be assessed upon their re-engagement with IDA.
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BP 14.10 - External Debt Reporting and Financial Statements



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