This is the traditional financing window of OFID and comprises loans for project and program financing and for balance of payments support. The loans are given directly to the governments of cooperating countries to support development operations across a wide range of social and economic sectors.

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The need to create the TFF emerged through discussions with officials from partner countries who indicated that the lack of availability of trade financing, together with its high cost, present a substantial burden. For OFID, conducting trade finance operations is seen as a natural progression, complementing its range of other development products, including long- and medium-term project financing in the public and private sectors.  

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OFID's Private Sector Facility was established in 1998 in response to growing demand among partner countries for investment in private enterprise, which is widely accepted as the engine of economic growth. A diversity of financing instruments is available, including loans, lines of credit, equity, quasi-equity and leasing. 

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OFID's grant program provides much-needed financing for development activities that fall outside the scope of its lending operations. These primarily include small-scale social projects, research and studies and humanitarian causes. In addition to its regular program, the grants window encompasses Special Programs for HIV/AIDS mitigation activities and relief and reconstruction efforts in Palestine, as well as to help combat energy poverty.

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