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OPIC ranks Best Place to Work in the Federal Government

A new survey of federal employees ranks OPIC the best place to work among small government agencies. The report from the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service also ranked OPIC first among small agencies in several sub-categories including... Read more...

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Collaborating to close deals: A conversation with OPIC’s Nancy Rivera

Rivera on a due diligence trip to Kenya   The dealmaker behind many OPIC-supported Electrify Africa projects is Nancy Rivera, OPIC Managing Director for Structured Finance. Rivera has worked for more than 20 years to finance... Read more...

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OPIC Impact Awards celebrates all the ways our partners advance development

Judith Pryor, center left with U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue, center, and OPIC President CEO Elizabeth L. Littlefield, center right, with other award winners and presenters By Judith Pryor OPIC Vice President,... Read more...

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The words say it all: OPIC’s team describes OPIC

Creative. Collaborative. Nimble. Efficient. Effective. Innovative. These are some of the words OPIC’s employees used most often to describe the Agency last year, a year in which we ranked one of the best places to work in the federal government... Read more...

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A vision of growth in West Africa

ContourGlobal’s Cap des Biches power plant in Senegal. Credit: U.S. Embassy Dakar By: Subha Nagarajan, OPIC Managing Director of West and Central Africa Over the past two years, African countries have enacted many reforms to improve the... Read more...

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Featured photo: A mother prepares the family meal on a clean cookstove

This mother in Kumasi, Ghana handily operates a large cookstove made by Envirofit International, which is using OPIC financing to introduce cleaner cooking technology throughout the developing world. Indoor air pollution from unsafe cooking... Read more...

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Growing Partnerships and Opportunities: Investing in the Asia-Pacific Region

Workers package raw cocoa powder at the Big Tree Farms facility in Bali, Indonesia. OPIC committed a $3.7 million loan to the company, based in Oregon, that works with cocoa and coconut farmers in to produce a variety of products like sweetener that... Read more...

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How to make every day Earth Day

While investment in renewable energy in developing countries continues to set records, “OPIC is cognizant of how much remains to be done,” OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth L. Littlefield writes in a piece in The Huffington Post ahead... Read more...

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OPIC’s Littlefield on Medium blog: Microfinance, charting new territory

OPIC, recently announced surpassing $1 billion in microfinance support, and has been taking a closer look at our microfinance portfolio. This week on Medium, OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth L. Littlefield discusses why OPIC’s... Read more...

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PODCAST: Elizabeth Littlefield remarks on meeting with Senegal Prime Minister Mohammed Dionne

Last week, OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth Littlefield traveled to West Africa with a group of investors to discuss opportunities for the region and announce a new regional OPIC office located in Abidjan. While visiting Senegal, Ms.... Read more...

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