AS KNOWLEDGE PROVIDER (SUPPLY)
Sustaining and Scaling up Productive Safety Net Systems in Guinea
A delegation of senior officials from the Government of Guinea participated in learning and knowledge activities in Rwanda, focusing on productive safety net systems.
Providing country: Rwanda
Receiving country: Guinea
Establishing a Land Administration System in Liberia
Liberia is at a critical stage in its peace building and development process, given the multiple challenges the country is facing. One of the key challenges is insecure tenure and the absence of a functioning land administration system.
Receiving country: Liberia
Somalia’s National Programme for Disengaged Combatants Learns from Rwanda’s Experience
To bolster efforts in implementing the National Programme for Disengaged Combatants in Somalia, the World Bank initiated a “Knowledge and Experience Exchange Study Tour” that enabled a delegation from the Federal Ministry of Interior and National Security, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), and
Providing country: Rwanda
Receiving country: Somalia
Haiti Scales Up Nutritional Security and Social Safety Nets
Children in Haiti are born into harsh conditions, and malnutrition is widespread, taking a devastating human and economic toll.1 To combat malnutrition, the government of Haiti approached the World Bank for help in strengthening the country’s nutritional security and safety net programs.
Receiving country: Haiti
Nepal Learns about Post-Conflict State Building from Rwanda and South Africa
With Nepal’s transition from monarchy to republic in 2009, a decade-long civil insurgency endured by the Nepalese people finally ended. The Government of Nepal (GoN) wanted to learn how other countries had reintegrated combatants into society and successfully increased the role of local governments after similar conflicts.
Receiving country: Nepal
Strengthening Social Protection in South Sudan
The Government of South Sudan sought to reduce poverty and food insecurity, which had persisted through years of social conflict. Authorities prioritized improving social protection policies and initiatives, including programs providing Cash Transfers (CT) to vulnerable households.
Receiving country: South Sudan
Strategies for Tackling Non-Communicable Diseases in Africa: The Case of Cancer Care and Control
The Cancer Care and Control South-South Knowledge Exchange brought together stakeholders from five countries in Africa — Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia — to share experiences, lessons, and good practices. All five countries have initiated various programs to tackle the growing burden of cancer and have much to learn from each other.