The DPF supports components of the authorities’ policy measures to (1) support vulnerable groups and regions to reap the benefits of the post-pandemic economic growth; and (2) reform key policies and institutions to enable sustainable economic growth.
Investment type not disclosed. DPF can be extended as loans, credits/grants or guarantees. The Bank's use of DPF in a country is determined in the context of its Country Engagement. https://www.worldbank.org/en/what-we-do/products-and-services/financing-instruments/development-policy-financing
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