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The World Bank
Working at the Wold Bank
Scope, scale, and diversity make being appointed to the World Bank Group a uniquely enriching experience. Global networks of the leading experts in every field identify women and men whose experience, knowledge, and talents contribute to improving the quality oflife in developing countries.
Bank staff work with governments in developing countries around the world, assisting people in all areas of development, from policy and strategic advice to the identification, preparation, appraisal and supervision of development projects.
The Bank is always actively involved in financial sector restructuring and regulatory work, continuing to help nations move towards market-based economies through financial sector restructuring, infrastructure development, privatization and regulation.
Special efforts are being made to expand activities in the field of education, such as early childhood development and girls' education. The Bank is deeply committed to anti-corruption initiatives for a better global society.
The World Bank is committed to diversity. We strive to hire the best women and men from all over the world, and make arrangements in the workplace where reasonable to meet the needs of persons with disabilities. Staff are diverse in many respects, including gender, nationality, race, culture, education and experience and fully represent our over 180 member countries.
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialized agency of the United Nations, was established as an international financial institution in 1977 as one of the major outcomes of the 1974 World Food Conference. The Conference was organized in response to the food crises of the early 1970s that primarily affected the Sahelian countries of Africa. The conference resolved that "an International Fund for Agricultural Development should be established immediately to finance agricultural development projects primarily for food production in the developing countries". One of the most important insights emerging from the conference was that the causes of food insecurity and famine were not so much failures in food production, but structural problems relating to poverty and to the fact that the majority of the developing worlds poor populations were concentrated in rural areas.
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