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IDA20 Mid-Term Review in Zanzibar


IDA20 Mid-Term Review in Zanzibar

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Amid intertwined crises, the World Bank is evolving to take bolder steps toward ending poverty on a livable planet. The International Development Association (IDA) is critical to achieving that mission. Working with partners around the world and stretching every dollar, IDA is working to deliver solutions at scale and ensure no one is left behind.



The International Development Association (IDA) is the World Bank fund for low-income countries. Through its historic $93 billion 20th replenishment cycle (IDA20, July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2025), IDA is committed to helping the world's most impoverished nations in their journey toward social, human, and economic development. 

> Remarks by Ajay Banga at the IDA20 Mid-Term Review
IDA20 Mid-Term Review

00:00 Welcome, national anthems, explainer video

10:24 Remarks by Ajay Banga, President of the World Bank Group

19:31 Explainer video: IDA & Tanzania's partnership

24:21 Remarks by Saada Mkuya Salum, Minister of State (President’s Office), Finance and Planning, Zanzibar

29:08 Remarks by Miwgulu Nchemba, Minister of Finance of Tanzania

37:20 Remarks by Hussein Mwinyi, President of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar

50:56 Family photo

53:04 A conversation with Ajay Banga on vision for IDA and the evolution

1:24:57 Panel discussion: Partnerships to achieve a shared vision

- Olavo Correia, Vice Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Cabo Verde & Head of the Small States Forum
- Ryadh Mohammed Alkhareif, Deputy Minister of International Affairs, Saudi Arabia
- Monique Nsanzabaganwa, Deputy Chairperson, African Union Commission
- Lord Mark Malloch Brown, President, Open Society Foundations
- Moderated by Victoria Kwakwa, Vice President, Eastern and Southern Africa, World Bank