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In fiscal year 2009, total World Bank funding for East Asia and Pacific almost doubled, to $8.2 billion. IBRD commitments alone nearly tripled, from $2.6 billion in fiscal 2008 to $7 billion this year.  Also in FY09, the World Bank Group sponsored 767 projects with a total commitment of $58.8 billion, distributed in credits, loans, grants, and guarantees. IBRD committed $32.9 billion for 126 new operations in 42 middle-income and creditworthy low-income countries.

IDA committed a record $14 billion for 176 new operations in 63 low-income countries, a 25 percent increase over last year’s $11.2 billion.

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Loans

Borrowing countries use these funds for purposes such as purchasing goods and equipment, obtaining technical services, and constructing civil works.
  Financing Instruments


Grants & Trust Funds


Administered by the World Bank, these funds are provided by donor countries for specified purposes, particularly to reach the most disadvantaged groups or in extreme situations, such as in the aftermath of conflict.
  Development Grant Facility
  Trust Funds
  Japan Social Development Fund


Analytical and Advisory Assistance


The World Bank's  shares its global knowledge and experiences with its client countries through analytical reports and studies, policy discussions, consultations, workshops and other activities.
  Analytical and Advisory Work in East Asia and Pacific 


Evaluations


The World Bank has a responsibility to the people of a borrowing country to monitor the progress of the projects it finances. Evaluations are conducted both by those working on projects and by independent parties.
  Operations Evaluation Department
  An OED Revier of Social Development


Procurement


Under World Bank-financed projects, procurement is managed by the government. The government unit responsible is called the Project Implementing Agency. Detailed guidance on the Bank’s procurement policies and procedures is available at the following links:
  Procurement Guidelines
  Procurement and Tender Information


Results: Projects in Action


Learn more about recent Education achievements in the region:
 
 Results: Ongoing Progress in the Education in East Asia and Pacific

More information:
  International Finance Corporation: Promoting private sector investment.
  Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency: Promoting foreign direct investment.


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All Projects and Programs lists are automatically generated. Some projects are listed because they have an education component, even though they may not entirely be about education in East Asia and the Pacific Region.
  


Last updated: 2009-10-15


Active Projects

World Bank Project Data Search Results
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Second Economic Reform Support OperationP149963
5
IBRD/IDATongaActive29-OCT-2014
Essential Health Services Access ProjectP149960
100
IBRD/IDAMyanmarActive14-OCT-2014
Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) ProjectP119343
116
IBRD/IDAPhilippinesActive26-SEP-2014
Third Sustainable Livelihoods ProjectP125232
24.8
IBRD/IDAMongoliaActive06-JUN-2014
Fujian Fishing Ports ProjectP129791
60
IBRD/IDAChinaActive03-JUN-2014
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* For active and closed projects, the commitment amount at Board approval is shown in US$ millions.This does not reflect any cancellations. Proposed (pipeline) and dropped projects show the forecast amount. The commitment amount for projects in the pipeline is indicative and may be modified during the project preparation.
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