DFC Fiscal Year 2022 Commitments Total $7.4 Billion

2022 marked the agency’s largest-ever fiscal year, with billions committed to address the greatest challenges the world is facing, including climate change, food insecurity, and global unrest resulting from Russia’s war with Ukraine.

From bolstering health infrastructure to providing reliable and sustainable power, the projects DFC committed financing to will help create tangible impact for communities across the developing world.


Building a Sustainable Future at COP27

At the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference, DFC announced $2.3 billion in climate-linked commitments in FY22 as well as a major push to accelerate climate adaptation investments.

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Tackling New Challenges in Georgia

A DFC team recently met with regional partners in Tbilisi to sign two new loan agreements with local businesses that will support agriculture, financial services, and infrastructure. 

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DFC CEO Scott Nathan Travels to India

While in Mumbai and New Delhi, Nathan met with Indian officials and private-sector partners announcing more than $200 million in new commitments to support development in the country.

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Expanding Renewable Energy in Malawi

DFC’s support of the first utility-scale power plant in the region to use a battery storage system is helping prevent future blackouts and further economic development across the country. 

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Advancing Critical Ecosystem Conservation

A $10 million DFC guaranty in partnership with USAID is helping Conservation International Ventures LLC mobilize investments that are designed to protect critical ecosystems in Mexico, Colombia, and Peru.

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Driving Growth Across the Indo-Pacific

Reaffirming cooperation between the U.S., Japan, and Australia, the Trilateral Infrastructure Partnership renewed an MOU supporting economic growth and development in the Indo-Pacific. 

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