The funds were received in the period between August 2018 and December 2020, said Planning Minister Hala el Saeid in a statement Tuesday.
In a press statement, Saeed lauded measures taken by the bank to combat the novel coronavirus through providing urgent aid for member states and Muslim communities in non-member states.
The cooperation between Egypt and the bank falls within the framework of a three-billion-dollar strategics partnership deal effective till 2021.
These investments included up to $75 million in the food industry and $75 million in the renewable energy in Benban Power Station.
The first report recommends scrapping an agreement signed in 2013 between the government and the ISDB to purchase equipment for building Al Azhar Educational Hospital.
Governors of the Islamic Development Bank Group underlined the importance of launching the second stage of the Aid for Trade Initiative for the Arab States.