Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno at the inauguration of the tunnel that connects the towns of Cacheuta with Potrerillos in Argentina. Photo by: IDB

Sixty-one new projects worth nearly $6.2 billion entered the Inter-American Development Bank’s pipeline between May-August 2018. 

This data details possible upcoming projects yet to be approved by the bank’s board of directors. The IDB pipeline expanded quickly over the second-third of this year, from 66 projects in May to 94 projects in August. Funding hit a peak of $10.7 billion in July as it went from $6.7 billion in May to $10.1 billion in August.

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    Teresa Welsh

    Teresa Welsh has reported from more than 10 countries and is currently based in Washington, D.C. Her coverage focuses on Latin America; U.S. foreign assistance policy; fragile states; food systems and nutrition; and refugees and migration. Prior to joining Devex, Teresa worked at McClatchy's Washington Bureau and covered foreign affairs for U.S. News and World Report. She was a reporter in Colombia, where she previously lived teaching English. Teresa earned bachelor of arts degrees in journalism and Latin American studies from the University of Wisconsin.
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    Matthew Wolf

    Matthew Wolf works with Devex's Development Data team from Johannesburg in South Africa, helping improve our coverage of and insight into development work and funding around the world. He draws on work experience with Thomson Reuters in Africa, MENA and Latin America, where he helped uncover, pursue and win opportunities with local governments and donor agencies. He is interested in data-driven solutions to development challenges, results-based financing, and ICT4D.