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Overview

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The Office of Executive Director for the South East Asia (SEA) Group office oversees a large swath of the Asia Pacific region stretching from Nepal in the west to Tonga in the east. The office has unique insights and perspectives on development challenges of the group. These call for leveraging the full strength and knowledge in the World Bank Group to serve the constituency effectively.

THE OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (EDS16)

  • Hassan Ahmad
    Mohd Hassan Ahmad

    Executive Director: EDS16

  • Parjiono Lnu
    Pajiono

    Alternate Executive Director: EDS16

Highlights

Doing Business 2020 cover

Publication | Feb 05, 2020

Doing Business 2019

It provides objective measures of business regulations for local firms in 190 economies.

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The World Bank

Interview | Dec 19, 2017

Bretton Woods after 75 years. Perspectives from the Board

Read Kulaya Tantitemit's reflections on the World Bank – its successes, its challenges and its impact.

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Membership

History of the Membership of the Current Constituency of EDS16

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IBRD Statement of Loans for EDS16 Constituency Countries

IDA Statement of Credits and Grants for EDS16 Constituency Countries

In Depth

The World Bank
Apr 22, 2021

Member Countries

The organizations that make up the World Bank Group are owned by the governments of member nations, which have the ultimate decision-making power within the organizations on all matters, including policy issues.

The World Bank
Apr 22, 2021

Boards of Directors

The Boards of Directors consist of the World Bank Group President and 25 Executive Directors acting as a unit to consider and decide on loans, credits and grants; private sector support, political risk guarantees, ...

The World Bank
Jobs and Development Feb 02, 2015

Expanding Employment Opportunities in Lao PDR

An additional 96,000 young people will be looking for jobs every year. This report recommends steps on how to create more and better jobs for Lao PDR’s growing population.

The World Bank
Education Jun 03, 2015

Thailand: Improving the Quality of Education for All

Raising the quality of education for all will help increase the skills and productivity of the labor force and is key to improving Thailand’s competitiveness.

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The World Bank
Mar 18, 2019

Public Financial Management in Lao PDR

What is PFM? Ultimately, an improved PFM system will benefit all Lao citizens and provide them with information on how the national budget is used. Strong management of public finances means more effective and equitable ...

The World Bank
Jun 12, 2019

Innovate4Climate 2019: Climate Innovations Take Center Stage in Singapore

The third edition of Innovate4Climate wrapped up in Singapore on June 7, 2019, with over 1,200 delegates attending from 82 countries.

The World Bank
Jan 31, 2019

Malaysia: Investing in Human Potential

A child born today in Malaysia will reach only 62% of his or her potential in productivity and lifetime income. In order to boost human capital development for the future, Malaysia will need to invest in education, ...

The World Bank
Apr 04, 2019

360° VR: The Role of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Reducing Malnutrition in ...

Water, sanitation, and hygiene plays a key role in reducing malnutrition. In Lao PDR, many communities in poor or rural areas do not have improved access to water and sanitation.

Contact


The World Bank Group
Office of Executive Director for the South East Asia (SEA) Group - EDS16 1818 H Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20433 USA
Tel : +1 202-458-1196
Fax: +1 202-477-4116
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