The Reverse Linkage projects represent the main channel for bringing out positive and sustainable changes to the various community groups in the Member Countries. The Bank uses Reverse Linkage to connect the member countries to facilitate the exchange of expertise, technology and resources.

Since 2013, IsDB and its partners supported 47 Reverse Linkage projects and sub-projects, amounting to more than US$ 174 million, with the aim of achieving sustainable development results. More than 31 provider and recipient member countries have participated in these projects so far, and the list is continuously expanding as demand increases. Reverse linkage projects cover a wide range of focus areas including, but not limited to, health, education, agriculture and food security, renewable energy, and disaster risk management.

Below is a list of some of the Reverse Linkage projects we have developed for the benefit of our member countries.