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Gugulethu Mfuphi Apr 19
I had the pleasure of moderating at the & today, discussing Africa’s Digital Economy. Collaboration, Capital and People remain at the Centre of it all. Here’s to creating the future we want
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Mabruk Kabir Apr 20
We need to move upstream from focusing on security, to supporting economic development + strong, fair institutions. -Gen John Allen
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Sudip Bhandari Apr 21
What an honor to meet at the in DC! His leadership in the march to achieve Universal Health Coverage-access to healthcare people need without facing financial hardship-is inspiring and has galvanized the global community!
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Hezekiah Olayinka Shobiye Apr 20
It was a pleasure to meet and interact with the Executive Secretary of Prof. Usman Yusuf... There’s still a lot of work to be done to achieve UHC in Nigeria, but there’s hope.
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RedIntercol Apr 19
Temas de diferentes categorías (New Economy Forum, Capacity Development, Gender Corner, IMFC, Cultural Event...) son discutidos en los organizado por International Monetary Fund y "Our dream is a world free of poverty"
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Annabel Gerry Apr 19
Constructive 🇿🇼discussion at . Briefing by Minister Chinamasa. Econ and political reform agenda welcomed by international partners, who emphasised implementation essential.
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R2Accelerator Apr 20
. Queen Maxima: projects w in Mexico and in the Philippines are among the initiatives that will deliver a more enabling environment for and innovation.
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olfa soukri cherif Apr 19
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Henrique Barbosa Apr 20
Very interesting presentation at by Pedro Jucá Maciel, from Brazil's National Treasury, about fiscal transparency. Fiscal transp. not only an accountability issue but a public management tool according to him.
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Aanchal Anand Apr 21
“If is done well, it could bring autonomy back to the people. - of speaking on at
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Christopher Morgan Apr 22
. says both transfer pricing and formulary apportionment are based on value creation so will reward developing countries at the expense of less productive developing countries where there is raw material and cheap labour.
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Fergus Drake Apr 22
Great week at the lots of focus on growing human capital, domestic revenue mobilisation and anti corruption. Wonderful to meet so many Finance Ministers that have worked with over many decades as we work together to accelerate prosperity.
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MainstreamingClimate Apr 25
Some major announcements were made on climate finance during the A short summary is available on the website:
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Dr Helena Wright Apr 20
Good to hear news this week that World Bank has plans to consider long term planning for 2050. This is important since infrastructure projects have a long lifespan.
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Wijnand van IJssel Apr 20
World Bank Blockchain Lab exchanging experiences w Dutch Blockchain Coalition and Moyee Coffee (Ethiopia) on blockchain tech. WB - It ain’t simple and can be pretty expensive if you are a first mover. But learning fast & good!
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Maarten van Aalst Apr 20
I missed the hottest 19 April ever recorded at home in the Netherlands while in chilly DC -- had expected more Spring-like weather at the . Anyhow, worth missing the summer fun for great discussions on .
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Pauline Rose Apr 18
Pleased to see is highlighted by and at But only 1% of all ECD aid funding goes to pre-primary education according to our report
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Zena Itani Apr 20
“Look beyond supply side inputs and address norms, violence, and policies holding women back” - and push We-Fi to go beyond financing for women entrepreneurs
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The Fund for Peace Apr 19
Thank you to for hosting today’s discussion on the nexus of , environmental degradation and conflict, moderated by FFP’s at the .
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Jago Salmon Apr 20
Gen John Allen ‘We must swim upstream and prevent radicalization, otherwise we will be fighting for ever - this requires security, governance and economics.
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