World Bank

The World Bank, established in 1944, is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. The World Bank group consist of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and The International Finance Corporation (IFC), of which IDA and IBRD are the two main lending windows. Maldives joined the World Bank in 1978 and has 0.08% of voting power in the IBRD and 0.24% of voting power in the IDA. Based on the Country Partnership Framework (FY2016- 2019), the World Bank Group support to Maldives focuses on enhancing employment and economic opportunities of Maldivians, strengthening natural resource management and climate resilience, and improving the efficacy of public financial management and policy making.

Governor for the Maldives at World Bank: Ahmed Zuhoor
Alternate Governor for the Maldives at World Bank: Mohamed Jaleel

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Related External Reports

Maldives - Public expenditure review (2002) Maldives : Public Sector Accounting and Auditing, A Comparison to International Standards (2007) Country Economic update: sustaining robust development (2004) Electronic government procurement readiness assessment and roadmap (2007) Higher Education in the Maldives : An Evolving Seascape (2011) Higher Education in the Maldives : An Evolving Seascape (2011) Enhancing the Quality of Education in the Maldives : Challenges and Prospects (2012) Expanding Access and Enhancing the Economic Benefits of Education in the Maldives : Challenges and Prospects (2012) Enhancing the Quality of Education in the Maldives : Challenges and Prospects (2012) Doing Bussiness (2014) Maldives Economic Update (2014) Maldives Development Update, April 2014 Maldives: A Systematic Country Diagnostic (2016)
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