The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan on Thursday ratified the grant agreement with the International Development Association for the project aimed to increase agricultural productivity.
What does IDA stand for?
IDA stands for International Development Association (World Bank)
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- Interior Design Associates (Nashville, TN)
- International Dairy Arrangement (now International Dairy Agreement)
- International Dark-Sky Association, Inc.
- International Dental Association
- International Deployment of Accelerometers
- International Depository Authority
- International Desalination Association
- International Design Academy (Japan)
- International Design Awards (Los Angeles, California)
- International Development Agency
- International Directory Assistance (Sprint)
- International Disability Alliance
- International Dispensary Association (Netherlands)
- International Documentary Association
- International Door Association
- International Downtown Association
- International Dyslexia Association
- Internet Data Administration (Microsoft file extension)
- Internet Dental Alliance (marketing)
- Internet Directory Assistance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, will not have to repay 36 million dollars owed to the International Development Association (IDA), the bank's fund for the poorest countries, the Washington-based institution said in a statement.
Yemen and the International Development Association (IDA) have signed an agreement to provide $ 40 million through the World Bank in support for the rural roads projects and the road maintenance fund.
Yesterday's announcement from the Department for International Development means that Britain will provide about 10% of the funding for the World Bank's International Development Association (IDA), which provides soft loans to poor countries.
6 million in debt-service relief from the International Development Association, an arm of the World Bank, and another $106.
bilateral foreign aid by 50 percent and our funding to the World Bank's International Development Association by 18 percent over the next three years.
In FY2004, countries eligible to borrow from the International Development Association (IDA), and which have per capita incomes below $1,435, (the historical IDA cutoff) will be considered.
With World Bank advice and financial help--interest-free (forty-year) loans to Africa totaling $10 billion over the last four years from the International Development Association, the soft-loan arm of the World Bank--many African countries have undergone remarkable changes bringing greater efficiency and better use of resources," says a page-one article without a byline, entitled AFRICA: A CONTINENT OF OPPORTUNITY.