World Bank Bolsters El Salvador's Natural Disaster Preparedness

The World Bank has set aside USD50 million to help El Salvador better manage natural disasters. The loan uses the deferred drawn option modality, a financing scheme that enables the government to use the funds in case of a national disaster, according to a World Bank press release.

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