Factbox: IMF, World Bank disburse funds to help countries battle pandemic

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank are providing emergency funds to developing and low-income countries across the world to strengthen their efforts to battle the rapidly spreading coronavirus.

Following is a list of countries slated to receive funds from the two institutions’ emergency facilities, or as augmentation of existing programs, sorted by region:

AFRICA

Burkina Faso – $ 115.3 million (IMF)

Burundi – $ 5 million (World Bank)

Cabo Verde – $ 5 million (World Bank)

Chad – $ 115 million (IMF)

Democratic Republic of Congo – $ 47.2 million (World Bank)

Djibouti – $ 5 million (World Bank)

Ethiopia – $ 82.6 million (World Bank)

Gabon – $ 147 million (IMF)

Gambia – $ 10 million (World Bank) and $ 21.3 million (IMF)

Ghana – $ 35 million (World Bank) and $ 1 billion (IMF)

Ivory Coast – $ 886.2 million (IMF)

Kenya – $ 50 million (World Bank)

Liberia – $ 7.5 million

Madagascar – $ 166 million (IMF)

Mali – $ 25.8 million (World Bank)

Malawi – $ 37 million (World Bank)

Mauritania – $ 5.2 million (World Bank)

Morocco – $ 275 million (World Bank)

Niger – $ 114.5 million (IMF) and $ 13.95 million (World Bank)

Rwanda – $ 109.4 million (IMF) and $ 14.25 million (World Bank)

Sao Tome and Principe – $ 2.5 million (World Bank)

Senegal – $ 442 million (IMF) and $ 20 million (World Bank)

Sierra Leone – $ 7.5 million (World Bank)

South Sudan – $ 7.6 million (World Bank)

Tunisia – $ 745 million (IMF)

ASIA

Afghanistan – $ 100.4 million (World Bank)

Bangladesh – $ 100 million (World Bank)

Cambodia – $ 20 million (World Bank)

India – $ 1 billion (World Bank)

Kyrgyzstan – $ 120.9 million (IMF)

Laos – $ 18 million (World Bank)

Maldives – $ 7.3 million (World Bank)

Mongolia – $ 26.9 million (World Bank) and $ 2.2 million (World Bank)

Nepal – $ 29 million (World Bank)

Pakistan – $ 200 million (World Bank) and $ 1.39 billion (IMF)

Papua New Guinea – $ 20 million (World Bank)

Philippines – $ 500 million (World Bank)

Samoa – $ 5.1 million (World Bank)

Sri Lanka – $ 128.6 million (World Bank)

Tajikistan – $ 11.3 million (World Bank)

LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

Argentina – $ 35 million (World Bank)

Bolivia – $ 327 million (IMF) and $ 20 million (World Bank)

Colombia – $ 250 million (World Bank)

Dominican Republic – $ 150 million (World Bank)

Ecuador – $ 20 million (World Bank)

El Salvador $ 389 million (IMF) and $ 20 million (World Bank)

Haiti – $ 20 million (World Bank) and $ 111.6 million (IMF)

Honduras – $ 143 million (IMF) and $ 139 million (World Bank)

Paraguay – $ 20 million (World Bank)

MIDDLE EAST

Egypt – $ 7.9 million (World Bank)

Lebanon – $ 40 million (World Bank)

West Bank and Gaza – $ 5.8 million (World Bank)

Yemen – $ 26.9 million (World Bank)

EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA

Albania – $ 190.5 million (IMF)

Armenia – $ 3 million (World Bank)

Georgia – $ 200 million (IMF)

Kazakhstan – $ 10 million (World Bank)

Kosovo – $ 56.5 million (IMF)

Moldova – $ 235 million (IMF)

North Macedonia – $ 191.83 million (IMF)

Romania – $ 441 million (World Bank)

(EorgiaReporting by Andrea Shalal; Editing by Alistair Bell)

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