Camille Nuamah is the World Bank Country Manager for Bolivia since July 7, 2023. In addition to leading the dialogue with the Government of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Ms. Nuamah will manage the institution's portfolio in the country and the implementation of the new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for the period 2023-2026.
Previously, she was the World Bank Operations Manager for Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, and Uganda, overseeing all aspects of the four countries work program, including lending; analytics; portfolio quality assurance and implementation; the formulation of country strategic products.
Ms. Nuamah has over 28 years’ experience in development. She joined the World Bank in 1997 and has held various positions including, Advisor in Latin America and the Caribbean, in Europe and Central Asia region, a Country Manager in Albania, Nicaragua and Zimbabwe, and Operations Adviser in the Africa region. Her areas of technical expertise are macroeconomic management, development strategy, and private sector development.
Camille Nuamah, a Jamaican national, trained as an industrial organization economist at Columbia University, University of Cambridge, and New York University.