Inter-American Development Bank (Dominican Republic) seeks to improve people's lives throughout Latin America and the Caribbean by focusing on health and education as well as developing infrastructure by providing financial and technical assistance to nations aiming to decrease poverty and inequality with the goal of achieving development in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.
The organization is the primary source of development funding for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a history extending back to 1959. It offers loans, grants, technical support and conducts significant research while remaining committed to generating measurable results while upholding the greatest levels of honesty, transparency and accountability.
In its development activities in Latin America and the Caribbean, the IDB focuses on social equity and participation, productivity and innovation and regional economic integration. It does so by addressing the interconnected challenges of gender equality and diversity, climate change and environmental sustainability and the rule of law.