The Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) is supported by generous contributions from the governments of Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the World Bank.
The GIF’s Evolution Over the Years by Jason Lu, Former Head of the GIF
A Conversation with the GIF Advisory Council Co-Chairs Mari Pangestu and Daniel Zelikow.
As of May 2022, GIF has achieved remarkable success.
ADVISORY ENGAGEMENTS * not counting cancelled projects0
TOTAL INVESTMENT ($ EST.)$0BILLION
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Lighting Up Brazil's Streets
Most of Brazil’s 5,570 municipalities still rely on outdated, inefficient, high-pressure sodium and mercury vapor lamps. Based on the GIF-funded PDA, and in partnership with the IFC and World Ba...
Upgrading Sofia Airport
Sofia Airport is the main international airport in Bulgaria, located 10 km outside the city center, where it serves the capital and fosters connectivity and integration to global markets. Because ...
Improving Abidjan’s Urban Mobility
Cote d'IvoireLEARN MORE
Urban mobility is a major challenge for Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire’s largest city, which hosts more than 4 million people and continues to grow each year. Abidjan’s economic development is signi...
Promoting Competition in Mobile Services
To strengthen the telecommunication industry and improve its competitiveness, the government of Ethiopia made a landmark decision in 2018 to deregulate and liberalize the telecommunications market...
Harnessing Geothermal Energy
Geothermal is a clean and renewable energy source that has the potential to play a significant role in decarbonizing Indonesia’s power sector in economical and sustainable ways. With 40 percent ...
Modernizing Clark Airport
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the Philippines' premier gateway, accounting for 72 percent of all international visitor arrivals in 2015. However, the NAIA has struggled to keep ...
Tapping the Power of Tina River
Solomon IslandsLEARN MORE
The Solomon Islands Government (SIG) seeks to produce cleaner energy that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and decreases the cost of its energy imports. The Tina River Hydropower Development Proje...
Modernizing Port Capacity & Efficiency
The growth of Ukraine's economy is heavily dependent on commodity exports, most of which are shipped via the country’s ports. In terms of volume, from March to June 2020 alone, Ukraine...
Funding Partners are donors who provide financial contributions and strategic guidance to GIF.LEARN MORE
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Beneficiary Partners represent the voice of the governments of emerging markets that benefit from the GIF’s funding and technical support.LEARN MORE