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The Office of the Executive Director (EDS06) represents Afghanistan, Algeria, Ghana, Iran, Morocco, Pakistan and Tunisia.

The mission of our Office is to contribute to the World Bank Group (WBG)' s twin goals of ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. We promote high-quality Bank advice, projects and programs, efficiently delivered to client countries. We also seek the highest standards of governance within the Bank.

Our Office is supportive of the WBG Strategy and the accompanying reform  process, including efforts to increase the Bank Group’s financial reach and drive greater collaboration between the Group’s public and private arms. We place a high priority on the smooth implementation of the change process, and seek to ensure that the highest standards of services continue to be delivered to all of the Bank’s clients, including its smaller members.

The Executive Director is currently serving as the Chairman of the Human Resources Committee (HRC) (pdf). Our Office includes the Executive Director, the Alternate Executive Director, three Senior Advisors and four Advisors. Most of these staff are appointed on the nomination of constituency countries on a rotating basis agreed upon by those countries.

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Executive Director

Meet the Alternate Executive Director

Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa

Alternate Executive Director: EDS06

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OFFICE WEBSITES
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History of the membership of the current constituency of EDS06

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EDS06 Constituency Countries IBRD Statement of Loans

Summary of IDA Statement of Credits and Grants for EDS06


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Contact

The World Bank Group
Office of the Executive Director - EDS06
1818 H Street NW Mail Stop MC 13-1306
Washington, D.C. 20433 USA
Tel : +1 202-458-7458
Fax: +1 202-477-9052
eds06@worldbank.org
worldbank.org/eds06

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    Omar Bougara

    Executive Director
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    Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa

    Alternate Executive Director
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    Nelly Mireku

    Senior Advisor to Executive Director
    Nationality: Ghana - nmireku@worldbank.org - Tel. (202)458-1087
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    Farhad Nili

    Senior Advisor to Executive Director
    Nationality: Iran - fnili@worldbank.org -Tel. (202)458-7123
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    Hadia Amrane

    Advisor to the Executive Director
    Nationality: Algeria - hamrane1@worldbank.org - Tel. (202)458-2086
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    Mohamad Humayun Hamidzada

    Advisor to the Executive Director
    Nationality: Afghanistan - mhamidzada@worldbank.org - Tel. (202)458-2451
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    Nelly Mireku

    Senior Advisor to Executive Director
    Nationality: Ghana- nmireku@worldbank.org - Tel.(202)458-1087
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    Awais Manzur Sumra

    Senior Advisor to Executive Director
    Nationality: Pakistan
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    Sidi Thami El Ouazzani

    Advisor to the Executive Director
    Nationality: Morocco - selouazzani@worldbank.org - Tel. (202)458-1092
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    Abdallah Zekri

    Advisor to the Executive Director
    Nationality: Tunisia - azekri@worldbank.org - Tel.(202)458-1094

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Executive Director

Meet the Alternate Executive Director

Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa

Alternate Executive Director: EDS06

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OFFICE WEBSITES
By Country



Our Executive Director and the Office represent the views and interests of our constituency countries at the Bank's Executive Board. We inform and advise our constituency countries on issues relevant to them.

We implement our mission by (a) ensuring that the Bank hears the voice and understands the interests of our constituency in its policy development and operational decisions; (b) advocating policies and implementation practices that improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the Bank; (c) encouraging the Bank to engage actively with our constituency members; (d) assisting our constituency members to engage actively with the Bank with the view to increase the understanding among constituency members of the Bank’s policies and activities; (e) assisting coordination between the development-assistance programs of the Bank and donors to the developing member countries of our constituency; and (f) facilitating contacts between politicians, officials, businesses, community associations and academics in constituency countries and the Bank.


Meet the Executive Director
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Executive Director

Meet the Alternate Executive Director

Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa

Alternate Executive Director: EDS06


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Allocation of Votes by Organization

Member countries are allocated votes at the time of membership and subsequently for additional subscriptions to capital. Votes are allocated differently in each organization.

IBRD: Each member receives votes consisting of share votes (one vote for each share of the Bank's capital stock held by the member) plus basic votes (calculated so that the sum of all basic votes is equal to 5.55 percent of the sum of basic votes and share votes for all members).

IFC: Each member receives votes consisting of share votes (one vote for each share of IFC's capital stock held by the member) plus basic votes (calculated so that the sum of all basic votes is equal to 5.55 percent of the sum of basic votes and share votes for all members).

IDA: Each member receives the votes it is allocated under IDA replenishments according to the rules established in each IDA replenishment resolution. Votes consist of subscription votes and membership votes.

MIGA:  Each member receives votes consisting of share votes (one vote for each share of MIGA's capital stock held by the member) plus parity votes,calculated so that the aggregate number of votes of category 1 and category 2 members is the same. Members choose which category they want to join at the time of membership. Category 1 members were originally defined as developed countries and category 2 members as developing countries.

Voting Status by Executive Director:

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Executive Director

Meet the Alternate Executive Director

Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa

Alternate Executive Director: EDS06

World Bank Group Projects

Information concerning current and past of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association(IDA) projects can be found using the World Bank’s Project Database. To visualize the Bank's operations, you can also take advantage of Mapping for Results, an innovative site that geocodes Bank's projects worldwide.

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) projects can be found using the IFC Project Database. The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) projects can be found using the MIGA Project Database


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Information concerning current and past IBRD and IDA projects can be found using the World Bank’s Project Database. To visualize the Bank's operations, you can also take advantage of Mapping for Results, an innovative site that geocodes Bank's projects worldwide.

International Finance Corportation (IFC) projects can be found using the IFC Project Database. Mutilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MiGA) projects can be found using the MIGA Project Database.


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Use Mapping for Results tool to visualize the locations of World Bank-financed projects of the EDS06 constituency countries.
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