Center of Innovative Knowledge of the World Bank

Center of Innovative Knowledge of the World Bank

 

  • Works at the premises of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

  • Located at:
    Street, Kyiv. Tymoshenko's 13-B, Room. 515

  • Works:
    Monday - Thursday (8.00 - 17.00)
    Friday (8.00 - 16.00)

  • The center was opened on 23 June, 2009.

  • During the opening ceremony a Memorandum of Agreement was signed between the World Bank and Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University


World Bank mission is to help developing countries and their people reach the goals by working with our partners to alleviate poverty.

World Bank focuses on:
Creating a positive investment climate.
Creation of new jobs.
Ensuring sustainable economic development.
Investing in human resources for the empowerment of poorer parts of humanity to attract to this part of world development.

World Bank Projects:

Now the World Bank finances about 1800 projects in almost all sectors of the economy.
On the site you can access project information and learn how to participate in tenders in the framework of projects financed by the World Bank.
You can find a plan that interests you by dividing them by country, region, sector or priority themes

E-Library of the World Bank:

Contains more than 4500 documents.
The collection consists of publications of the World Bank in 1800 and 2700 research.
In the information network of the World Bank provided information on regions of the world.
You can select the information you need from a diverse list of topics.
Using the selected topic to learn what new research conducted on this topic, see photos and video releases, publications, reports and presentations.
On the site you can find information from more than two hundred subjects (Culture, Economy, Finance Children & Youth, etc.).

 

The World Bank Documents:
Catalogue of the documentation includes all reports, reports, research papers, published by the World Bank.
The center of innovative knowledge as represented publications in Ukrainian and English languages

 

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