DFC Increases Focus on Key Priorities in First Year of Biden-Harris Administration
Since the Biden-Harris Administration took office on January 20, 2021, DFC has made incredible progress toward its goal of addressing critical development challenges across the globe.

Over the past year, the Corporation committed nearly $1 billion for healthcare transactions amid the global pandemic and broadened its commitments to advancing gender equity, climate change, and food security. DFC aims to build on this progress over the next year to enhance the Corporation’s development impact in emerging markets.
Supporting Development Across Africa
In an interview with the African Business podcast, DFC's Shalini Soopramanien highlighted the Corporation's priorities and how DFC is bolstering its portfolio in Africa to foster prosperity across the continent.
Advancing Information Technology in Africa
DFC-supported Copia Global announced that it raised an additional $50 million from investors, helping the Kenyan company expand its mobile commerce platform across the continent.
Supporting Higher Education in Vietnam
DFC financing is supporting the expansion of Fulbright University Vietnam with a new campus in Ho Chi Minh City, helping bring a high-quality and affordable undergraduate and graduate education to the country.
Bolstering Investment Across Iraq
DFC’s Iraq town hall—which featured U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Matthew Tueller—highlighted the agency’s work across the country as well as its financial products and eligibility requirements for potential clients.
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