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IMF’s policy at odds with green COVID-19 recovery efforts

“If the IMF is serious about the green recovery and a clean and climate-resilient transition they need to start walking the talk themselves."

IMF approves additional US$101.96 million for Malawi

This is the second disbursement under the RCF that brings total IMF COVID-19 emergency support to Malawi to US$193 million.
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IMF approves US$152.61 million for Gabon’s COVID-19 efforts

This is the second purchase COVID-19 under the RFI to Gabon. It aims at helping Gabon in meeting its urgent balance of payments needs.
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IMF approves US49.1 million for COVID-19 support in Lesotho

"The COVID-19 crisis heightens the importance of a steadfast implementation of pro-growth reforms to ensure sustainable and inclusive medium-term growth.”
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IMF approves US$4.3 billion for South Africa for COVID-19 efforts

The COVID-19 pandemic is evolving in South Africa at a challenging time. With severe structural constraints to growth and economic activity.
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IMF approves US$5.2 billion for COVID-19 challenge in Egypt

The IMF has approved a 12-month stand-by arrangement for Egypt, with access equivalent to SDR 3.76 billion (about US$5.2 billion or 184.8% of quota).

IMF approves US$148 Million to Guinea to address COVID-19

"The COVID-19 pandemic and mitigation measures have given rise to urgent balance of payments and fiscal financing needs," Mitsuhiro Furusawa.
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IMF approves $US14.3 million grant to Tanzania

“The IMF’s debt service relief under the Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust will free up public resources to help address the COVID-19 pandemic.

IMF approves US$50 million for Liberia COVID-19 crisis

The full extent of the impact of COVID-19 is not known, but growth is now projected at -2.5% for 2020, largely due to international lockdown measures.
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US$3.4 billion for Nigeria to assist with COVID-19 emergency

Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, the economy of Nigeria was facing headwinds from rising external vulnerabilities and falling per capita GDP levels.

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