December 3, 2022

All the faces: IMF and World Bank 2022 Annual Meetings in Washington in pictures

OCTOBER 11, 2022 - WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
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OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: A shortage of Life’s Essentials: The Human Cost of the Food and Fuel Crises Looking at specific actions that the international community needs to focus on to address both energy and food shocks, using concrete examples of how countries are working on tackling the immediate crises without compromising long-term goals of efficiency, sustainability, and resilience. It will examine a number of tangible solutions that are shaping a sustainable recovery from the point of view of countries and communities, offering a snapshot of immediate action from across WBG regions in our client countries. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Axel van Trotsenburg, Managing Director of Operations, World Bank; Johan Swinnen, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Anne Beathe Tvinnereim, Minister of International Development of Norway; Seedy K. M. Keita, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Gambia; Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt; Mostafa Terrab, Chairman and CEO, OCP GrouP. Host, Meriem Gray, Communications Lead, Sustainable Development, World Bank. Photo: World Bank / Franz Mahr
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: A shortage of Life’s Essentials: The Human Cost of the Food and Fuel Crises Looking at specific actions that the international community needs to focus on to address both energy and food shocks, using concrete examples of how countries are working on tackling the immediate crises without compromising long-term goals of efficiency, sustainability, and resilience. It will examine a number of tangible solutions that are shaping a sustainable recovery from the point of view of countries and communities, offering a snapshot of immediate action from across WBG regions in our client countries. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Axel van Trotsenburg, Managing Director of Operations, World Bank; Johan Swinnen, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Anne Beathe Tvinnereim, Minister of International Development of Norway; Seedy K. M. Keita, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Gambia; Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt; Mostafa Terrab, Chairman and CEO, OCP GrouP. Host, Meriem Gray, Communications Lead, Sustainable Development, World Bank. Photo: World Bank / Franz Mahr
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: A shortage of Life’s Essentials: The Human Cost of the Food and Fuel Crises Looking at specific actions that the international community needs to focus on to address both energy and food shocks, using concrete examples of how countries are working on tackling the immediate crises without compromising long-term goals of efficiency, sustainability, and resilience. It will examine a number of tangible solutions that are shaping a sustainable recovery from the point of view of countries and communities, offering a snapshot of immediate action from across WBG regions in our client countries. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Axel van Trotsenburg, Managing Director of Operations, World Bank; Johan Swinnen, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Anne Beathe Tvinnereim, Minister of International Development of Norway; Seedy K. M. Keita, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Gambia; Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt; Mostafa Terrab, Chairman and CEO, OCP GrouP. Host, Meriem Gray, Communications Lead, Sustainable Development, World Bank. Photo: World Bank / Franz Mahr
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: A shortage of Life’s Essentials: The Human Cost of the Food and Fuel Crises Looking at specific actions that the international community needs to focus on to address both energy and food shocks, using concrete examples of how countries are working on tackling the immediate crises without compromising long-term goals of efficiency, sustainability, and resilience. It will examine a number of tangible solutions that are shaping a sustainable recovery from the point of view of countries and communities, offering a snapshot of immediate action from across WBG regions in our client countries. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Axel van Trotsenburg, Managing Director of Operations, World Bank; Johan Swinnen, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Anne Beathe Tvinnereim, Minister of International Development of Norway; Seedy K. M. Keita, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Gambia; Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt; Mostafa Terrab, Chairman and CEO, OCP GrouP. Host, Meriem Gray, Communications Lead, Sustainable Development, World Bank. Photo: World Bank / Franz Mahr
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /
OCTOBER 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON DC. 2022 IMF/WORLD BANK ANNUAL MEETINGS: Inclusive Growth: The Key to a Lasting Recovery World Bank convenes a broad set of voices to underscore the urgency of the poverty challenge and the limited ability developing countries have to offset shocks through fiscal policy. It will highlight the policies that can support inclusive growth based on the World Bank’s country experience and knowledge work. David R. Malpass, President, World Bank Group; Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University; Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC; Karima Ola, Lead, LeapFrog’s African Financial Services; Mayada El-Zoghbi, Managing Director, Center for Financial; Karima Ola, Partner, LeapFrog Investments; Mayada El-Zoghbi Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion; Susan Lund VP for Economics and Private Sector Development, IFC. Photo: World Bank /

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