Note: Figure shows the percent of low-income countries eligible to access the IMF’s concessional lending facilities that are either at high risk of, or in, debt distress. A country is considered to be in debt distress if it is experiencing difficulties in servicing its debt, as evidenced, for example, by the existence of arrears, ongoing or impending debt restructuring, or if there are indications that a future debt distress event is probable. The sample includes 30 low-income countries and excludes Eritrea, Somalia, and Syria due to data restrictions.