COVID-19: The latest updates from IsDB
Welcome to IsDB’s dedicated page for all our updates relating to COVID-19. Here you will find all the most up to date news from the IsDB Group regarding our response to the Coronavirus, along with the perspectives of our senior leadership.
IsDB Approves US $262 Million to Upgrade Emergency Preparedness of Six National Referral Hospitals in Indonesia
Jakarta, Indonesia, October 2020 – The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has approved to provide millions of dollars of financing for a new health project in Indonesia titled; “Strengthening of National Referral Hospitals and Vertical Technical Units”. The approval came during an IsDB Board of Executive Directors meeting held on 19 September 2020.
UNOPS will help Islamic Development Bank member countries scale up their health capacity to fight COVID-19.
The Islamic Development Bank ("IsDB") raised US$ 1.5 billion with its first-ever Sustainability Sukuk to tackle the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic in its Member Countries.
At the invitation of H.E. Dr. Bandar Hajjar, the Heads of Arab Coordination Group institutions met to discuss a coordinated initiative to address and mitigate the impact of COVID-19, and issued this joint statement
At the invitation of H.E. Dr. Bandar Hajjar, President of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the Heads of Arab Coordination Group institutions met virtually on 18 May 2020 (25 Ramadan 1441H) to discuss a coordinated initiative to address and mitigate the negative impacts of the novel Coronavirus pandemic on member countries.
As part of the US$ 2.3 Billion Package, IsDB Provides US$ 1.86 Billion to 27 Member Countries to Contain COVID-19
IsDB President Dr. Bandar Hajjar continued, for the 6th week in a row, his meetings with Governors for Member Countries (MCs) to discuss the Bank’s financial assistance to support their efforts to fight COVID19.
IsDB President continues virtual meetings with IsDB Governors for a fourth week, to discuss financial assistance to contain COVID-19
Dr. Bandar Hajjar, President of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), has continued his virtual meetings with IsDB Governors for the fourth week.
The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the UNESCO World Academy of Science (TWAS) are seeking nominations for this year’s Refugee and Displaced Young Scientists Programme.
The President of the Islamic Development Bank Group, Dr. Bandar Hajjar, hosted a virtual meeting with the heads of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
IsDB President meets virtually with Governors of Member Countries to discuss financial assistance to combat COVID-19
The virtual meetings between IsDB President and IsDB Governors continued for the third week with the aim of discussing each Member Country’s immediate needs