invests in projects that have a meaningful transition impact and benefit the local economy
finances projects across many sectors, promoting the transition to a green economy, as well as addressing areas such as gender and inclusion, food security, the knowledge economy, job creation, and better public services
integrates policy reforms and technical advice with investment
maintains a dialogue with governments, authorities and representatives of civil society to promote its goals and also works closely with international organisations.
Financial intermediaries, entrepreneurs, governments and regulators, municipal service providers, private sector employees and ultimately citizens in the regions where the EBRD works are all beneficiaries of donor support. For example, they benefit from improved water and wastewater services, increased access to finance, job opportunities, upgraded key infrastructure and equal opportunities for all.
Amman’s public school kids from Jordan and Syria learned all about waste management and its complexity through a campaign that targeted over 2000 kids, supported by the European Union.
Donor funds use in 2019