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BRIEF June 2, 2021

World Bank Group’s Operational Response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) – Projects List

The World Bank Group is taking broad, fast action to help developing countries strengthen their pandemic response, increase disease surveillance, improve public health interventions, and help the private sector continue to operate and sustain jobs. Over 15 months, through June 2021, the World Bank Group is making available up to $160 billion in financing tailored to the health, economic and social shocks countries are facing, including $50 billion of IDA resources on grant and highly concessional terms.

On April 2, 2020 the first group of projects using the dedicated COVID-19 Fast-Track Facility (also called the COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Program (SPRP)), amounting to $1.9 billion and assisting 25 countries, was rolled out. On May 19, 2020 the Bank Group announced its emergency operations to fight COVID-19 have reached 100 developing countries – home to 70% of the world’s population. On October 13, 2020, $12 billion was approved for developing countries to finance the purchase and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatments for their citizens.  In addition, the World Bank is working worldwide to redeploy resources in existing World Bank financed projects, including through restructuring and use of projects’ emergency components as well as contingent financing instruments designed for catastrophes, including pandemics.

The lists below include:

  • Projects that are supported by the COVID-19 Fast-Track Facility, including support for COVID vaccine acquisition and/or deployment;

  • Projects with support from IBRD and IDA, with components responding to COVID-19, and projects that receive COVID-19 funding through restructuring, redeployment, and reallocation of existing resources.

These lists are updated as projects are processed and approved.

Updated June 2, 2021

Projects that are supported by the COVID-19 Fast-Track Facility (including support for vaccines)

 
Africa
Benin
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cabo Verde, Additional financing for vaccines      
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Chad
Côte d’Ivoire, Additional financing for vaccines (Francais)
Democratic Republic of Congo
Eswatini, Additional financing for vaccines
EthiopiaAdditional financing for vaccines
Gabon
The Gambia, Second additional financing on vaccines 
GhanaAdditional financing, Additional financing for vaccines
Guinea
Kenya
Liberia
LesothoAdditional financing for vaccines
Malawi
Mali
Mauritania
Niger
Nigeria
Republic of the CongoAdditional financing for vaccines
RwandaAdditional financing, Second additional financing for vaccines
Sao Tome e PrincipeAdditional financing for vaccines
Senegal
Sierra Leone, Additional financing for vaccines
Togo, Additional financing for vaccines
Uganda
Zambia
East Asia and Pacific
CambodiaAdditional financing
Fiji
Indonesia
Kiribati
Lao PDR, Additional financing for vaccines
Marshall Islands
MongoliaAdditional financing for vaccines  
MyanmarAdditional financing
Papua New Guinea
PhilippinesAdditional financing for vaccines
Samoa
Solomon Islands
Timor-Leste
Europe and Central Asia
Albania
Belarus
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Georgia, Additional financing for vaccines
Kosovo
Kyrgyz Republic
MoldovaAdditional financing for vaccines
North Macedonia
Serbia
TajikistanAdditional financingAdditional financing for vaccines
Turkey
Ukraine
UzbekistanAdditional financing
Latin America and the Caribbean 
Argentina
Ecuador, Additional financing for vaccines (Spanish)
El Salvador, Additional financing for vaccines (Spanish)
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras, Additionanl financing for vaccines (Spanish)
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay 
Middle East and North Africa 
Djibouti
Egypt
Iran
Jordan
Tunisia, Additional financing for vaccines
Yemen
South Asia 
AfghanistanAdditional financing for vaccines
BangladeshAdditional financing for vaccines
Bhutan
India
Maldives
NepalAdditional financing for vaccines
Pakistan
Sri LankaAdditional financing, Second Additional financing for vaccines




Projects with support from IBRD and IDA, with components responding to COVID-19 and projects with other forms of finance/redeploying of existing projects

  
Africa 

Angola 

Benin

Burkina Faso


Cabo Verde

Cameroon

Central African Republic

Chad

Comoros 

Congo, Republic of

Eastern Africa

  • Regional Infrastructure Finance Facility (RIFF) Project

Eswatini 

Ethiopia

The Gambia

Ghana 

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Kenya

Liberia

  • Regional Disease Surveillance Systems Enhancement Project (REDISSE)
  • REDISSE Phase II

Madagascar

Malawi 

Mali 

Mauritania 

Mozambique

Nigeria

Rwanda

São Tomé and Príncipe 

Senegal

Seychelles 

Sierra Leone

Somalia

South Sudan

Sudan

Togo

Uganda

Western Africa

Zambia

East Asia and Pacific 

Cambodia 

China

Federated States of Micronesia 

Fiji 

Indonesia

Kiribati

Lao PDR 

Marshall Islands

Mongolia 

Myanmar 

Philippines

Samoa 

Solomon Islands

Tonga

Tuvalu

Vanuatu 

Vietnam

Europe and Central Asia

Central Asia

Croatia

Georgia  

Kyrgyz Republic

Turkey

Ukraine

Uzbekistan

Latin America and the Caribbean 

Argentina 

Bahamas

Belize 

Bolivia 

Brazil

Colombia

Costa Rica 

Dominica 

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Grenada 

Guatemala

Guyana

Haiti

Honduras

Mexico

Nicaragua

Panama

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 

Suriname 

Uruguay

Middle East and North Africa 

Djibouti

Egypt, Arab Republic of

Iraq 

Jordan

Lebanon 

Morocco

Tunisia 

West Bank and Gaza 

Yemen 

South Asia 

Afghanistan 

Bangladesh 

Bhutan

India 

Maldives 

Nepal 

Pakistan 

Sri Lanka  (press release for projects below)