We Partner with IFC (International Finance Corp.)

The largest GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION focused on the private sector in developing countries.

- Raise Standards of Living
- Create Markets & Opportunities
- Share Expertise
International Finance Corp, a member of the United Nations World Bank Group, advances economic development and improves the lives of people by encouraging the growth of the private sector in developing countries. 
Together, we apply financial resources, technical expertise, global experience, and innovative thinking to help people overcome financial, operational, and other challenges. 
We achieve this by working together to invest in impactful projects, mobilizing other investors, and sharing expertise.

Our work supports the UN partner World Bank Group’s twin goals of ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity, through our focus on GOD.


IFC, a member of the United Nations World Bank Group, has more than 60 years of experience in unlocking private investment, creating markets and opportunities where they’re needed most. Since 1956, IFC has invested more than $321 billion USD in emerging markets and developing economies.

At IFC CORPORATION PROJECTS, we work with IFC and the private sector to create markets and jobs for people in developing countries who urgently need them.
Together we strive to unlock new, innovative opportunities for the communities in which we work.
We are also accountable to the people that are affected by the projects that are financed.
We are accountable to GOD, all of our partners, clients and communities as we aim to achieve our development objectives in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.
Together, we adopt a systematic approach of engaging when we first become aware of complaints or concerns. Early-stage prevention and proactive problem-solving are always the ideal situation.
In parallel, IFC, a member of the United Nations World Bank Group’s, accountability and oversight mechanisms continue to address the risks associated with the complexity of operations, including working in challenging, fragile, and extremely poor environments.
“A strong and engaged private sector is indispensable to ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity.”