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Laying the foundation for investments in South Sudan

U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan Susan D. Page joins South Sudan's Minister of Commerce, Industry & Investment Garang Diing Akuong and Overseas Private Investment Corporation Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou for a signing ceremony... Read more...

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Featured photo: Bolstering the dairy industry in Georgia

  Limited financing opportunities in Georgia made it difficult for the country’s dairy industry to expand production and guarantee quality. In 2009, Sante GMT, the largest dairy and juice production facility in Georgia, was approved for... Read more...

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Featured photo: World Health Day: Improving Medical Technology in Russia

ACD Research Inc, a New York based company, is using OPIC insurance to access new health technology equipment for the Samara Oncology Center in Russia. This has enabled the center to offer cancer treatment with state of the art equipment and... Read more...

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World Health Day highlights need for better health care in developing countries

April 7th is designated as World Health Day each year by the World Health Organization (WHO) to commemorate that agency’s founding. In conjunction with this, WHO annually highlights a theme that has a significant global... Read more...

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Improving health care in Africa, one clinic at a time

In Sub-Saharan Africa, access to healthcare is limited, the quality of care is often poor, and the need is great. The continent carries a disproportionate share of the global burden of many diseases from HIV/AIDS to high blood pressure, and this... Read more...

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Featured Photo: Home improvement loans backed by OPIC keep Cambodian architecture alive

  OPIC Managing Director of Micro and SME Finance Loren Rodwin, left, visits the home of Pen Phalla, center, a Cambodian grocery store owner who is using a $3000 home improvement loan to expand her house and business in the traditional... Read more...

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Political risk insurance at work: Mali school operates amid political turmoil

When in 2011 OPIC provided political risk insurance in connection with the American International School of Bamako in Mali, the West African nation was a stable democracy. The insurance protects against loss of business income, including evacuation... Read more...

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World Water Day highlights need for clean water, sanitation in developing world

Friday, March 22 is the United Nations World Water Day, held annually to raise awareness of the importance of fresh water and advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.  Each year a specific aspect of water management... Read more...

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By rays or by breeze, OPIC projects account for more than half of response to Peru’s first renewable energy auction

OPIC Board approval today of $193 million in financing for the first large-scale wind project on Peru’s power grid means that when the project’s power generation commitment is added to that of two solar projects that the Board approved... Read more...

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Featured photo: From Ohio to India

The 10 megawatt Bhandardara Power House hydro plant in India’s Maharashtra State, was rehabilitated and reopened in 2001 by DLZ Corp., of Columbus, Ohio with the support of a $5 million loan. The plant, which was originally built by the local... Read more...

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