Country Summary › Uganda
Member
Percentage of IBRD votes
0.06%
10/10/2013
Percentage of IDA votes
0.2%
09/30/2013

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Recently Approved by IBRD/IDA
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IBRD Loans
$ 0
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IDA Credits
$ 0
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IDA Grants
$ 0

Total original principal for IBRD loan(s), IDA credit(s),and IDA grant(s) approved, if any, in the 3 month period ending 02/28/2014.


AS BORROWER
IBRD: 0 CURRENT LOANS
Data as of 02/28/2014
IBRD: Summary of Current Loans for Uganda
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Summary lending data comprising total approved, disbursed and undisbursed amounts together with borrower obligation (outstanding & overdue amounts) of all current IBRD loans as of the date indicated. Amounts are rounded to billions of US$ equivalent converted as of the date indicated. Current loans include loans that have not been fully repaid, terminated or cancelled.
$ 0
Remains to be disbursed from IBRD

Source
IDA: 56 CURRENT CREDITS
Data as of 02/28/2014
IDA: Summary of Current Credits for Uganda
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Summary lending data comprising total approved, disbursed and undisbursed amounts together with borrower obligation (outstanding & overdue amounts) of all current developmental IDA credits as of the date indicated. Borrower obligation does not include grants as they are not repayable. Amounts are rounded to billions of US$ equivalent converted as of the date indicated. Current credits include credits that have not been fully repaid, terminated or cancelled.
$ 900.9 Million
Remains to be disbursed from IDA

Source
AS GRANT RECIPIENT *
*Funding from FIFs, if any, may include loans
IDA: 6 CURRENT GRANTS
Data as of 02/28/2014
IDA: Summary of Current Grants to Uganda
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Summary grant data comprising total approved, disbursed and undisbursed amounts of all current developmental IDA grants as of the date indicated. Amounts are rounded to billions of US$ equivalent converted as of the date indicated. Current grants include grants that have not been terminated or cancelled.
$ 0
Remains to be disbursed from IDA Grants

Source
NEW GRANTS APPROVED FROM 26 TFs SINCE FY2006
Data as of 09/08/2011
IBRD/IDA/IFC Trust Funds: New Grants approved for Uganda
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A Recipient-executed Trust Fund is a Trust Fund Grant that is provided to a third party under a grant agreement, and for which the Bank plays an operational role - i.e., the Bank normally appraises and supervises activities financed by these funds. This chart provides data on the amount of new IBRD/IDA/IFC trust fund grants (net of cancellations) approved in the course of a fiscal year to eligible recipients, in accordance with the legal agreements. Negative amounts represent cancellation of grants exceeding the approval of new grants in the respective years.
$ 90.2 Million
New grants approved from TFs since FY2006

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FUNDING THROUGH 8 ENTITIES SINCE 2006
Data as of 12/31/2013
FIFs: Funding Decisions for Uganda
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Funding Decisions represent amounts approved by the Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) governing bodies for projects fees and administrative budgets. Funding to projects can be done through various financial products, including grants and concessional loans.
$ 744.8 Million
Approved from FIFs since 2006

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AS DONOR TO IBRD/IDA/IFC TRUST FUNDS (TFs) AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY FUNDS (FIFs)
PAID IN CONTRIBUTIONS TO 0 TFs SINCE FY2006
Data as of 09/08/2011
Paid in Contributions to IBRD/IDA/IFC Trust Funds by Uganda
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This chart shows contributions paid-in based on the fiscal year of receipt. Contribution paid-in is any portion of a contribution received from a donor in the form of cash, promissory note or other instrument acceptable to the World Bank entity administering the Trust Fund.
$ 0
Contributed to Trust Funds since FY2006

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PAID IN CONTRIBUTIONS TO 1 FIFs SINCE 2006
Data as of 12/31/2013
Paid in Contributions to FIFs by Uganda
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The innovative financing and governance arrangements of Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) enable funds to be raised from multiple sources, including from sovereign and private sources. FIFs can receive contributions in the form of concessional loans and capital contribution in addition to traditional grant funds. In addition, FIFs can receive funds from innovative sources, such as proceeds from CER sales. This chart shows contributions to all FIFs provided by a country during a certain calendar year.
$ 1.5 Million
Contributed to FIFs since 2006

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