World Bank Live

World Bank Live is the World Bank’s digital platform for live-streaming and engaging with globalsitename_en audiences in open and two-way conversations about international development.

Since 2013, World Bank Live has hosted over 700 public events in four languages: English, Spanish, French, and Arabic.

Panel discussions and high-level events are live-streamed during the Spring and Annual Meetings and throughout the year. International audiences can attend report launches, roundtables, speeches from senior management and global leaders, and join global conversations on key development topics such as climate change, economic recovery, debt management, digital transformation, sustainable development, and much more.

Each event is covered live by international development experts from the World Bank and partner organizations, taking questions from the audience in real-time and sharing research findings and learning resources.

Continue reading

Procurement Training Webinars

The Private Sector Liaisons are proud to present the first of four World Bank procurement i-love-procurement2training webinars.

World Bank contract bidding process webinar provides information about the bidding process for projects tendered by the client countries of the World Bank Group. The presenter is Nancy Bikondo-Omosa Senior Procurement Specialist.

We encourage you to view the recording of the webinar here: https://1930181.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/1_bbk9429j

Continue reading

Webinar on “How to Complain?”

You are kindly invited to join us for a Private Sector Webinar on “How to Complain”, Theindex webinar will be held on Thursday June 8, 2017 from 08:00am – 10:00am Washington, DC Time.

Description

The 2016 Procurement Framework has enhanced the mechanism for handling of procurement-related complaints. The enhancements are aimed at providing fair, timely and meaningful relief to complainants while avoiding undue delays and disruptions to project implementation.

Register: Please email your interest to: Nancy Bikondo-Omosa (nbikondo@worldbank.org).

Deadline: 5pm, Monday June 5, 2017

Continue reading