DFC's Board of Directors approved a $300 million investment that will advance inclusive economic development in Brazil. DFC approved 19 other investments totaling nearly $350 million since its last quarterly Board meeting, advancing a total of $650 million in investments to support development impact, respond to the impacts of COVID-19, increase renewable energy, and strengthen gender equity around the world.

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken serves as Chairman of the Board and presided over the meeting, emphasizing that investing in development helps the United States lead by the power of our example globally. 
COVID-19 Vaccine Partnership
Announced at Quad Summit
Highlighted by the Biden-Harris Administration, DFC will work to finance increased capacity to support Biological E’s effort to produce at least 1 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of 2022. 
Celebrating the Role of Women in International Development 
Algene Sajery, VP for DFC's Office of External Affairs and Head of Global Gender Equity Initiatives writes about investing in women, her grandmother's inspiration, and why the Biden-Harris Administration has committed to expand DFC's 2X Women’s Initiative.
DFC-Supported Wind Farm Makes an Impact in Senegal
Read how DFC financing for the Parc Eolien Taiba N’Diaye wind farm helped increase the country's electricity capacity and prevented the release of 300,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Promoting Gender Equity in Financing Across India
DFC's disbursement to Northern Arc Capital will benefit women-owned businesses as well as products and services benefitting women, along with businesses in food security and WASH sectors.
Career Advice from DFC's Women in Leadership
Did you know that women comprise half of DFC’s leadership team? On the occasion of Women’s History Month, we asked some of these leaders to share their best career advice.
New Financing for Off-Grid Renewable Power
A credit guaranty on a portfolio of loans will help expand access to off-grid renewable power and lighting solutions for more than 600,000 people, with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.
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