Countries with economies defined as low-income and lower-middle-income, as defined by the World Bank (as per June 2019).  For Europe, we have expanded to Upper Middle Income, including Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland:

 

East Asia and Pacific

 

CambodiaMicronesia, Fed. Sts.Solomon Islands
Indonesia
MongoliaTimor-Leste
KiribatiMyanmarVanuatu
Korea, Dem. People's Rep.Papua New GuineaVietnam
Lao PDRPhilippines

 

Europe and Central Asia

 

Albania Kazakhstan Russian Federation
Armenia Kosovo Serbia
Azerbaijan Kyrgyz Republic Slovakia
Belarus Macedonia, FYR Tajikistan
Bosnia and Herzegovina Moldova Turkey
Bulgaria Montenegro Turkmenistan
Croatia Poland Ukraine
Czech Republic Romania Uzbekistan
Georgia Hungary

 

 

Latin America and the Caribbean

 

Bolivia
HaitiNicaragua
El SalvadorHonduras

 

 

Middle East and North Africa

 

Djibouti

Syrian Arab RepublicWest Bank and Gaza
Egypt, Arab Rep.TunisiaYemen, Rep.
Marocco

 

 

 

South Asia

AfghanistanBhutanNepal
BangladeshIndiaPakistan
 

 

 

Sub-Saharan Africa

 

AngolaEthiopia

Nigeria
BeninGambia, TheRwanda
Burkina FasoGhanaSão Tomé and Principe
BurundiGuineaSenegal
Cabo VerdeGuinea-BissauSierra Leone
CameroonKenyaSomalia
Central African RepublicLesothoSouth Sudan
ChadLiberiaSudan
ComorosMadagascarTanzania
Congo, Dem. Rep.MalawiTogo
Congo, Rep.MaliUganda
Côte d'IvoireMauritaniaZambia
EritreaMozambiqueZimbabwe
EswatiniNiger