Funding Sources

The Caribbean Development Bank is committed to helping Borrowing Member Countries reduce inequality and halve the incidence of extreme poverty by the end of 2025, through supporting inclusive and sustainable growth and promoting good governance.

Since 1979, the Basic Needs Trust Fund has impacted over 3 million people in poor communities throughout the Region by investing in community-led development

The CARICOM Development Fund (CDF) is an organisation established under Article 158 of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas for the purpose of providing technical assistance to disadvantaged countries, regions and sectors in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to enhance their prospects for successful competition within the Community and to redress, to the extent possible, any negative impact of the establishment of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME)

The World Bank is an international development organization owned by 187 countries. Its role is to reduce poverty by lending money to the governments of its poorer members to improve their economies and to improve the standard of living of their people.

With a history of results dating to 1959, the Inter-American Development Bank works to improve the quality of life of millions of people in 26 borrowing countries. The Inter-American Development Bank has 48 member countries.