OPIC leadership highlights impact in Africa
Senior delegation visits Ghana, Togo, and Cameroon
OPIC Executive Vice President David Bohigian along with U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon Peter Barlerin and OPIC Vice President Edward Burrier present OPIC-supported Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute's Deputy Chief Executive Officer Dr. Henry Nkumbe with one of its first cataract kits. The kits will be used to provide sight saving surgery to underserved, local communities in Cameroon.

Tripling energy production
OPIC's delegation traveled to Togo where they met with the Togolese Prime Minister and visited an OPIC-supported power plant in the capital city.  Learn more
Increasing home ownership
The team also attended a commencement ceremony as construction starts on low- and middle-income homes supported by mortgages from GHL Bank, an OPIC client. Learn more

Investing in Africa's next stage of growth
"As investors tap into Africa's potential, they are also helping to fuel its growth," writes OPIC VP Edward Burrier in a piece published by Ghana News Agency. Learn more

OPIC-supported eye hospital offering innovative approach to prevent blindness
During its recent to Cameroon, the OPIC team visited an eye hospital which aims to provide at least 18,000 cataract surgeries over the next five years. Learn more
OPIC featured in the
Cameroon Post
"We understand that aid alone is insufficient to address all the challenges the world faces, and that investment can play a key role... to achieve a meaningful impact," writes OPIC EVP David Bohigian.
Upcoming Event: What's the future of pay-for-success development? 
OPIC will join the Center for Global Development on Jan. 30 for a discussion launching the OPIC-supported Cameroon Cataract Development Impact Loan. Learn more