Kerezhi Sebany

Kerezhi is the research assistant of multilateral institutions at ONE.Previously, she served in the capacity of Research Software Consultant and Trainer at American University Intern in the Government and Public Administration Division at United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Intern in the Peace and Security Department at African Union Commission, Addis Ababa and Intern at Africa Faith and Justice Network.

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How to end poverty by 2030? Tackle inequality

How to end poverty by 2030? Tackle inequality

Finance ministers from around the world came together in Washington, D.C., last week to figure out how to reach the Bank’s twin goals: end extreme poverty by 2030, and boost prosperity for the bottom 40 percent of the population in developing countries.
World Bank ups lending to reach poverty goal

World Bank ups lending to reach poverty goal

President Kim announced a $100 billion increase in the amount of loans through the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) to middle income countries over the next decade.
IDA donors pledge a record $52 billion for the fight against extreme poverty

IDA donors pledge a record $52 billion for the fight against extreme poverty

In a welcome move, donor nations pledged a record $52 billion to the International Development Association (IDA), the division of the World Bank Group (WBG) that supports low income countries through concessional financing and technical assistance. IDA is one of the largest development financiers for the world’s 82 poorest ......
African Development Bank joins the data revolution

African Development Bank joins the data revolution

Map of projected GDP (Gross domestic product based on purchasing power parity in current international dollars) of African countries in 2017. Source: Open Data for Africa Earlier this month, the African Development Bank (AfDB) took an instrumental step in revolutionizing data management and dissemination in Africa by completi......

World Development Report 2013 finds jobs essential for development

The World Bank has launched a global conversation that is based on the simple question: “What will it take?” This provocative question seeks solutions to ending poverty and human suffering that will be based on crowd sourced ideas from people all around the world....
US policymakers and politicos discuss why Africa’s time has come

US policymakers and politicos discuss why Africa’s time has come

If you believe everything in the media, then you think Africa is a monolithic country and a charity case, is corrupt, and littered with all the problems of the world. To dispel such negative stereotypes and misrepresentations, Ranking Member of the House Africa Subcommittee Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., hosted the forum “Afric......