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BRIEFApril 24, 2024

World Bank Group Financing Support Mobilization to Ukraine since February 24, 2022

Since February 2022, the World Bank Group has mobilized $42 billion in financial support to Ukraine, of which nearly $36 billion has been disbursed to date (April 24, 2024). 95% of this financing was provided by development partners. 

Total Support Mobilized by the World Bank Group

$41,998

million

Current Support

  

World Bank

  

Financing of Recovery from Economic Emergency in Ukraine (FREE Ukraine)

$2,252

million

Supplemental Budget Support (FREE SDPL)

$350

million

Bilateral Guarantees:

$134

million

Netherlands 

$84

million

Sweden

$50

million

Bilateral Grant Financing to FREE Multi Donor Trust Fund:

$1,168

million

United States

$1,000

million

UK

$92

million

Norway

$31

million

Denmark

$22

million

Austria 

$11

million

Latvia

$6

million

Lithuania

$6

million

Iceland 

$1

million

Japan Parallel Budget Support Linked World Bank FREE SDPL

$600

million

Public Expenditures for Administrative Capacity Endurance (PEACE)

$25,517

million

Emergency Public Service Support IPF (PEACE)

$1,008

million

Bilateral guarantees to PEACE IPF:

$3,107

million

UK

$1,950

million

IBRD loan through credit enhancement from ADVANCE Ukraine TF (backed by Japan)

$1,086

million

Denmark

$30

million

Netherlands

$21

million

Latvia

$10

million

Lithuania

$10

million

           Bilateral Grant Financing to PEACE MDTF:

$20,917

million

US

$20,250

million

Japan

$470

million

Germany

$52

million

Spain

$50

million

Finland

$37

million

Switzerland

$32million

Ireland

$21

million

Belgium

$3

million

Iceland

$2

million

            Other Grant Financing to PEACE (URTF)

$485

million

Ukraine Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Reform Trust Fund (URTF)

$1,769

million

To date, URTF is supporting Health Enhancement and Lifesaving (HEAL) Project, Restoration Project of Winterization and Energy Resources Ukraine, Repairing Essential Logistics Infrastructure and Network Connectivity (RELINC) Project, Housing Repair for People's Empowerment (HOPE) Project, and Ukraine Agriculture Recovery Inclusive Support Emergency (ARISE) Project.

Norway

$592

million

Japan

$473

million

US

$230

million

Netherlands

$160

million

Sweden

$101

million

Canada

$86

million

Switzerland

$58

million

Austria

$32

million

Republic of Korea

$10

million

Iceland

$6

million

Ireland

$6

million

Indonesia

$5

million

Lithuania

$5

million

Belgium

$3

million

Latvia

$2million

Contributions to Health Enhancement and Lifesaving (HEAL) Project

$223

million

Bilateral Guarantee from Spain

$104

million

GFF grant

$10

million

Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) Co-Financing

$109

million

Advancing Needed Credit Enhancement for Ukraine Trust Fund (ADVANCE Ukraine), backed by Japan

$5,000

million

Ukraine Relief and Recovery Development Policy Loan (DPL)

$1,500

million

Ukraine Agriculture Recovery Inclusive Support Emergency (ARISE) Project

$230

million

Investing in Social Protection for Inclusion, Resilience, and Efficiency (INSPIRE) Project

$1,200

million

Public Expenditures for Administrative Capacity Endurance (PEACE)

$1,086

million

Growth Foundations Development Policy Operation (DPO)

$984

million

UK Guarantees for IBRD Lending

$3,000

million

Ukraine Relief and Recovery Development Policy Loan (DPL)

$516

million

Remaining Guarantees

$2,484

million

Second Power Transmission Project

$42

million

Project Co-Financing Trust Fund (BMWK, Germany)

$42

million

Special Transfer through US Single Donor Trust Fund

$1,700

million

Other World Bank Lending (Restructurings & Current Portfolio)

$1,125

million

IFC

 $677

million

MIGA

$99

million

Support Under Preparation

$2,165

million

Total Disbursed to Date

$35,715

million

Last Updated: Apr 24, 2024

Total Support Mobilized may not correspond to the sum of all displayed rows. This is due to the difference in reflecting donor support instruments (e.g., URTF, ADVANCE Ukraine) and project approvals, in which some donor support will also be reflected in project approvals and disbursements. Any overlapping amounts have been deducted from the Total Support Mobilized figure.