The World Bank’s Operations Evaluation Department is in the early stages of evaluations of the Bank’s work in education and in so-called low-income countries under stress.
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A panel discussion on the World Bank's gender work on conflict prevention and reconstruction
Recent involvement in countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq has put World Bank and IMF post-conflict operations in the spotlight. While some believe multilateral finance is essential, others argue that the Bank and the Fund are acting primarily as pawns of powerful diplomatic and economic interests.
Recent involvement in countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq has put the World Bank and the IMF work post-conflict in the spotlight, with serious implications for their mandates and work methods.
Recent weeks have further clarified how the World Bank and the IMF are planning to…
Short assessment of key issues and decisions at Dubai annual meeting.
Given the recent discussion on the potential roles for multilateral agencies in Iraq, how does the World Bank operate in post-conflict situations?
The World Bank relocated Iraq-based staff to Amman after one member died in the bomb…
The World Bank is caught in a new political storm in Cambodia for cancelling $6.3 out of an $18 million loan for the demobilisation and reintegration of Cambodian soldiers. Meanwhile the Bank is criticized for refusing to directly back disarmament.
The World Bank is to play a role in drawing up the national budget for Iraq and possibly in managing a reconstruction trust fund.