End Date (Assumed): 2014 Location: Brazil SECTOR: Public Sector Management Belo Horizonte Urban Development Policy Loan The objectives are to: (a) support the municipality s strategy and policies to strengthen efforts to plan and manage territorial urban development in the city; (b) promote affordable housing; and (c) provide targeted and integrated social assistance programs to the urban poor.
What does DPL stand for?
DPL stands for Development Policy Loan (World Bank)
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Countries such as Turkey and Mexico, where World Bank operations often covered several sectors with single development policy loans (DPLs) "tended to build incrementally on existing dialogue and were medium term in orientation rather than crisis related.
The World Bank said in a statement that Egypt has requested USD one billion in the form of a Development Policy Loan (DPL).
Summary: The World Bank's board of directors approved, on Tuesday, two development policy loans (DPL) in the amount of 352 million dollars for Morocco, Bretton Woods announced.
Summary: Washington - The World Bank's board of directors approved, on Tuesday, two development policy loans (DPL) in the amount of 352 million dollars for Morocco, Bretton Woods announced.
The loan is a single tranche development policy loan (DPL), named the Public Financial Management, Social Protection, and Financial Sector Strengthening Programme.
493 billion Development Policy Loan from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, the P6.
Disbursements for Development Policy Loans kept pace with commitments approved, disbursing 85 per cent of operations approved since July 2008 (excluding deferred drawdown operations).