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AFD News

Finance as a Fulcrum for change

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Development depends on various kinds of finance, from grants to investment. AFD Group has begun to develop a number of incentive loans, where pricing is indexed to the progress made by borrowers in terms of their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices. This not only allows AFD to continue to fund a large number of projects; it provides additional incentives to make sure development projects are fully sustainable.
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Shared Innovation

Neglected Diseases and Covid-19: Innovative Research and Development Strategies

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In our series on “Shared Innovation”, AFD highlights innovative programs created or developed in our partner countries. The race for a coronavirus vaccine casts into sharp relief existing inequalities of global public health. Tropical diseases affecting more than one billion people attract only a fraction of the funding for illnesses affecting people in the north. But this is changing, with innovative forms of investment and collaboration increasing the affordability of neglected diseases. That could help pave the way to a widely available vaccine for Covid-19.
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Broadening Access to Water in Rural Cambodia

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Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the European Union continue to support private water and electricity operators in Cambodia with the aim of broadening access for people to meet their basic needs. Pheaktra Thlang, water project officer at AFD’s office in Phnom Penh, tells us how this helps the government fulfill its objective of providing water for all by 2025.
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