Mobilisation
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2 November 2021. Next update: December 2021

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Data on amounts mobilised from the private sector are collected at activity level from official actors active in this domain, including bilateral providers and multilateral organisations, such as the multilateral development banks (MDBs). Inclusion of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in this data tool is still pending the finalisation of non-disclosure agreements. Prior to 2017, IDB Invest refers to the former Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Group. In order to address the confidentiality concerns expressed by some providers, the data tool presents information on mobilised private finance following three sets of aggregates: 1) by recipient and group of providers, 2) by provider and main sector and 3) by provider and region. Accordingly, amounts mobilised by recipient per provider are not displayed. Each of these presentations can be further broken down by leveraging mechanism and amount type (total mobilised vs. total mobilised for climate). Going forward, the list of possible breakdowns may be further expanded with the SDG dimension.

MobilisationAbstract

The term "mobilisation" describes the causal link between private finance made available for a specific project and an official intervention. Instrument-specific methodologies underpinning the collection of this information can be found in Annex 6 of Addendum 1 to the Statistical Reporting Directives. More details on these efforts can be found at oe.cd/mobilisation (see link below).

Amounts mobilised for developmenthttp://oe.cd/mobilisation
Date last updated

2 November 2021. Next update: December 2021

Other data characteristics

Data on amounts mobilised from the private sector are collected at activity level from official actors active in this domain, including bilateral providers and multilateral organisations, such as the multilateral development banks (MDBs). Inclusion of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in this data tool is still pending the finalisation of non-disclosure agreements. Prior to 2017, IDB Invest refers to the former Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Group. In order to address the confidentiality concerns expressed by some providers, the data tool presents information on mobilised private finance following three sets of aggregates: 1) by recipient and group of providers, 2) by provider and main sector and 3) by provider and region. Accordingly, amounts mobilised by recipient per provider are not displayed. Each of these presentations can be further broken down by leveraging mechanism and amount type (total mobilised vs. total mobilised for climate). Going forward, the list of possible breakdowns may be further expanded with the SDG dimension.