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Parliamentarians’ Guide to the World Bank

Parliamentarians’ Guide to the World Bank

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A PARLIAMENTARIAN’SGUIDE TO THE WORLD BANK
 
 
The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this document are entirely those of the author(s) and are not necessarily those of the World Bank, or its affiliated organizations, ormembers of its Board of Executive Directors or the countries they represent. The World Bankdoes not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this publication and accepts noresponsibility whatsoever for any consequence of their use. The boundaries, colors,denominations, other information shown on any map in this volume do not imply on the part of the World Bank Group any judgment on the legal status of any territory or the endorsement oracceptance of such boundaries.First draft
February, 2004
Revised version
April, 2005
 
Written and compiled by:
 Ilf BencheikhAnne - Laure Henry- GreardSarah RinaldiLisa von Trapp
Edited by:
 Valerie ChevalierTess KinghamLisa von Trapp
Under the supervision of:
 Jean-Christophe BasPatrice DufourValerie Chevalier
With comments from:
 The Development Policy Dialogue TeamSteve Akorli, MP (Ghana)Katherine M. Ferrey
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IntroductionChapter One: The World Bank – An I.D. CardThe Origins of the World Bank GroupThe World Bank Today
-Figure 1.1 World Bank Trends Timeline
The World Bank Institutions at a Glance
-Figure 1.2 The World Bank Group-Box: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)-Box: The International Development Association (IDA)-Box: The International Finance Corporation (IFC)-Box: The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)-Box: The International Center for the Settlement of Disputes (ICSID)
Who Owns the World Bank Group?An Overview of World Bank Governance (IBRD and IDA)
-Box: The Board of Governors-Box: The Board of Executive Directors-Box: The World Bank President-Box: The Development Committee-Organizational Units-Figure 1.3 Simplified Organizational Chart-Bank Staff 
Chapter Two: World Bank Work WorldwideWorld Bank Regions and Networks
-Figure 2.1 Regions and Countries Map
The World Bank at the Country Level
-Country Teams-Country Offices-A ‘Whole Country’ Strategy
 
The Local Level: Ensuring Everyone has a Voice
-Indigenous Peoples-Other Examples of Local Populations’ Empowerment
 
World Bank Supported Projects
-Figure 2.2 The Project Cycle-Project Documentation-Figure 2.3 Project Cycle: Documentation and its Availability to the Public-Economic and Sector Work (ESW)
Evaluating World Bank Work
-Box: Operations Evaluation Department (OED) and Operations Evaluation Group (OEG)-The World Bank Quality Assurance Group (QAG)
Transparency and Accountability: Shared Goals
-The World Bank Policy of Disclosure of Information-Box: World Bank Watchers-The Operational Manual-Safeguard Policies
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