List of loan agreement for India from different organizations

💈💈JUNE💈💈

🩸World Bank

🎈Loan amount_ $250 million

🔷For two projects to help low-income groups in the state get access to affordable housing in Tamilnadu.

🔸$200 million First Tamil Nadu Housing Sector Strengthening Programme and $50 million Tamil Nadu Housing and Habitat Development Project

🩸World Bank

🎈Loan amount:- USD 500 million

🔷To improve quality and governance of school education in six Indian states.

🔸The board approved a loan for Strengthening Teaching-Learning and Results for States Program (STARS) on June 24, 2020.

🩸AIIB

🎈loan amount:- USD 750 million

🔷Help the government strengthen its battle against the adverse impact of Covid-19 on poor and vulnerable households.

🩸World Bank

🎈Loan amount:- Rs. 1,950 crore

🔷W. Bengal Govt for tackling COVID situation

🩸France

🎈Loan amount:- 200 million euros

🔷Support Delhi’s Covid response

💈💈 May 💈💈

🩸World Bank

🎈Loan amount:- USD 400 million

🔷Improve coastal resources in India

🩸AIIB

🎈Loan amount:- USD 500 million

🔷COVID-19 Emergency Response and Health Systems Preparedness Project

🩸AIIB

🎈USD 145 million

🔷Improve irrigation services in West Bengal

🩸ADB

🎈Loan amount:- USD 177 million

🔷To upgrade 450 kilometers (km) of state highways and major district roads in the state of Maharashtra

💈💈 April 💈💈

🩸ADB

🎈Loan amount:- $346 million

🔷Provide reliable power connection in rural areas of Maharashtra.

🩸ADB

🎈Loan amount:- USD 1.5 billion

🔷Help fund its fight against coronavirus pandemic.

🩸AIIB

🎈Loan amount:- $500 million

🔷Help the country improve its health care systems. With this, AIIB has doubled its funds under the COVID-19 Crisis Recovery Facility.

🩸World Bank

🎈Loan amount:- 82 million US dollars

🔷For Himachal Pradesh State Roads Transformation Project and modernization of the Public Works Department in the state

🩸ADB

🎈Loan amount:- $60m

🔷ADB has signed an agreement to lend up to $60 million to Aavas Financiers Ltd , a housing finance company in India, to improve access to housing finance for lower-income borrowers, particularly women.