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The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the need for international cooperation to mitigate its adverse effects and to promote well-being and economic and social revival of countries when they need it most, with climate action as a key criterion for interventions. CAF—development bank of

Latin America—and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are capitalising on their complementary strengths to underpin sustainable development and integration in Latin America and the Caribbean in an effort to close the infrastructure investment gap.

CAF and the EIB signed a Co-Financing Collaboration Framework Agreement for European support to Latin America and the Caribbean for COVID-19 relief and to promote post-pandemic economic recovery.  The Agreement provides for a USD 500 million co-financing framework for sectors such as transport, energy, water and sanitation, urban development, health, education and financial intermediation targeting SMEs, among other strategic sectors for both institutions.

CAF has identified more than 400 integration and digital infrastructure projects in 11 subsectors, all aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement in the fight against climate change. These initiatives have been prioritized based on the quality of their structuring, rapid implementation and the specialized support from experts, which can help create jobs and boost economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The EIB provides economic support to projects in Latin America by facilitating long-term investment under favorable terms and providing the necessary technical support to ensure that these projects yield positive results in the social, economic and environmental fields. Since the EIB started operations in Latin America in 1993, it has provided funding for a total of EUR 10.4 billion to support 139 projects in 14 countries in the region.