In May 2002, Timor-Leste (formerly known as East Timor) gained independence. Its economy continues to grow rapidly resulting in poverty reduction and improved social outcomes. Read More »
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As of April 2013, Bank cumulative lending (IBRD and IDA) to Timor-Leste was $58.47 million for 8 active projects. The portfolio is concentrated in roads, youth, education and health.
Timor-Leste : Lending By Volume (Millions Of US Dollars)
Assisting Timor-Leste’s Youth and Adults in Gaining Access to Education.
Second chance education programs are a central way of meeting the needs of the large stock of youth and adults that have not completed their basic education.
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Health Sector Strategic Plan Support Additional Financing
GPE Management Strengthening Project
TP-Education Sector Support Project (ESSP) Additional Financing II
Timor Leste Social Protection Administration Project
Timor Leste Road Climate Resilience Project
Timor-Leste - Health Sector Strategic Plan Support Project : P104794 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 09
Timor-Leste - GPE Management Strengthening Project : P125443 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 01
Official Documents- Agreement Providing for the Amendment and Restatement of the Financing Agreement, IDA Grant H343-TP
Official Documents- Amendment to the RSR-MDTF Grant Agreement TF099833
Timor-Leste - Planning and Financial Management Capacity Building Program : P092484 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 08
new health centers were built, and a new central medical supplies store and radio communication system linking all districts and hospitals were created to rebuild Timor-Leste's health system.
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