The World Bank Group 101
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This series of articles provides a detailed explanation of the work conducted by the World Bank, a well-known international financial institution, and its importance. The World Bank Group is one of the world’s largest providers of sources, knowledge, and funding for low and middle-income countries. Through issuing loans and grants the World Bank can facilitate the development of struggling nations in their fight of eradicating poverty, inspire prosperity, and promote sustainability. A detailed analysis of the past and present engagement of the five divisions of the World Bank Group will address the respective frameworks of the five organisations. Each article will focus thoroughly on the function and activity of each of the following organisations: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). As an institution dedicated to establishing long-term economic development, the World Bank is an organisation whose continuous technical and financial support has successfully implemented projects and reforms on a global level. The World Bank Group 101 series aims to break down the function of the World Bank Group and its five member organisations. Every article in the series aims to offer an overview of the mission of the respective WBG institutions and their never-ending war against poverty and many other global issues concerning the majority of the countries of the world.
The World Bank Group 101 series consists of six articles:
2. The World Bank Group 101: A Tale of Reconstruction and Development
3. The World Bank Group 101: A Narrative on the Association of Development
4. The World Bank Group 101: Encircling Risk Management and Investment Warranty
5. The World Bank Group 101: A Story on International Arbitration
6. The World Bank Group 101: The Global Resolution of Financial Disputes