Islamic Development Bank's Lives and Livelihoods Fund (LLF)
The Lives and Livelihoods Fund (LLF), launched in 2016, was created to tackle poverty in the Muslim world. With over 30% of the world's impoverished people living in the Islamic Development Bank's member countries, the LLF will play a critical role in providing affordable financing for the least wealthy countries in the Bank's membership.
LLF provides a combination of grants and concessional loans to support the poorest people by financing projects that improve health, increase agricultural productivity, or build basic infrastructure. By blending grants with affordable loans, the LLF unlocks capital for those that would not normally be able to access this level of financing.
IsDB's Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Qatar Fund for Development, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development
Purpose of support
Project and program implementation
Information on how to...
INFORMATION ON HOW TO…
Understand steps to access
Read more about how to access the LLF in theGuide to the Lives and Livelihoods Fund.
Develop strong project proposals
Read more about the Project Preparation Facility in theGuide to the Lives and Livelihoods Fund.
Adaptation, Mitigation, Cross-cutting
Sectors and themes
Agriculture, Industry and Infrastructure, Health
Type of support provider
Type of recipient
Public entity at the national level
USD 2.5 billion
Trustee or administrator
Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)