Recent agreements by international lending and financial institutions: World Bank

* A $20 million loan to Cameroon to help fund urban development programs in the country's two largest cities.

* A $13.1 million credit to Guinea-Bissau to develop and promote offshore petroleum exploration.

* An $18.8 million loan to Jordan to help build 18 new schools as part of a vocational education expansion program.

* A $60 million laon to Morocco to begin construction of about 13,000 housing units, with about one-third of the units designated as low-income housing.

* A $10.2 million loan to Pakistan to operate and maintain major reservoirs for irrigation and power generation.

* A $4.3 million credit to Zambia to conduct a study on the possibility of rehabilitating a coal mining plant at Maamba, which is currently operating at about half of its capacity.

* A $100.8 million loan to China to survey oil fields in the northern part of the country, including drilling wells and providing modern equipment and training.

* An $11 million credit to Guinea to improve secondary vocational training and restructure the educational system.

* A total of $127 million to Morocco, with $85 million to be used for road improvements and $42 million for an irregation project.

* A $34 million loan to Tunisia to build new sewers and improve existing systems.

* The bank announced an issue of $238,-250,000 two-year U.S. dollar bonds, offered only in markets outside the United States, paying 9.92% per annum. The bonds were made available to central banks, other government institutions and international organizations.

* The bank also announced a note offering of 250,000,000 Swiss francs, paying 5% per annum. International Monetary Fund

* The equivalent of 175.95 million special drawing rights for use by the government of Kenya to help stablize the economy and adjust the balance of payments. Inter-American Development Bank

* A public offering of 200 million Deutsche marks of 10-year bonds paying 7.75% per annum. This is the ninth such public borrowing by the bank in Germany.