The Gambia joined the International Monetary Fund on
September 21, 1967.
The IMF is an international organization of 185 member
countries. It was established to promote international
monetary cooperation, exchange stability, and orderly
exchange arrangements; to foster economic growth and
high levels of employment; and to provide temporary
financial assistance to countries to help ease balance
of payments adjustment.
Position with the IMF
Includes documents and reports such as Gambia's indebtedness,
Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative, Poverty Reduction
Strategy Paper, Letters of Intent, Commitment of HIPC
assistance, Total disbursements and press releases.