Learn how the World Bank Group is helping countries with COVID-19 (coronavirus). Find Out

BRIEF October 19, 2017

Knowledge for Change Annual Reports

KCP Report 2019 cover image

KCP 2019 cover image

Knowledge for MULTILATERALISM

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2018

This report documents the achievements this year of this multi-donor platform for knowledge generation and sharing.

KCP 2017 Cover

Analysis for Action

Annual for Change Annual Report 2017

This year the report focuses on the importance of knowledge in economic development.

KCP 2016 cover

Capacity Building

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2016

As stated in the KCP Charter, the fundamental objective of the Knowledge for Change Program is to promote high-quality, cutting edge research (including data collection in the direct context of research) that creates knowledge to support policies for poverty reduction and sustainable development.

Image

Turning Insight into Impact

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2015

In 2013, the World Bank Group (WBG) announced two goals to guide its mission worldwide. The first is the eradication of chronic extreme poverty, with extreme poverty defined as living on less than 1.25 (PPP-adjusted) dollars a day

Image

KCP and the New Bank

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2014

Based on the new strategy, the WBG has undergone a substantive reorganization. This will transform the focus and modalities of the WBG’s work and enhance its capacity to deliver development solutions that support the twin goals.

Image

Ending Extreme Poverty Promoting Shared Prosperity

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2013

In April 2013, the World Bank Group’s Board of Governors agreed to establish two measurable goals to guide the strategic focus of the World Bank Group’s work.

KCP 2012 cover

A World Free of Poverty

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2012

Given the increased uncertainty and a possible slowdown in the global economy, this year’s annual report of the Knowledge for Change Program (KCP) is devoted to “Aid Effectiveness.” The reason is that we need to squeeze out as much development impact as possible from every aid dollar in the developing world.

KCP 2011 cover

Making Aid Work

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2011

Given the increased uncertainty and a possible slowdown in the global economy, this year’s annual report of the Knowledge for Change Program (KCP) is devoted to “Aid Effectiveness.” The reason is that we need to squeeze out as much development impact as possible from every aid dollar in the developing world.

KCP 2010 cover

Rethinking Development

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2010

The global crisis has actually given us an opportunity not only to identify new areas of research on how to help developing countries cope with the challenges of the crisis and prevent similar crises in the future, but also on how to bring sustainable and inclusive growth to developing countries.

KCP 2009 cover

Responding to the Global Economic Crisis

Knowledge for Change Annual Report 2009

The food, fuel, and financial crises of 2008 dominated attention, including the attention of the World Bank’s research department. With the help of the Knowledge for Change Program, our researchers have responded in assessing the causes of the crises, the likely impacts on poverty and human development, and the appropriate policy responses.

KCP Evaluation Report 2012

Synthesis Evaluation Report

This report summarizes evaluations of twenty-five, randomly selected research projects from a total of seventy-five completed since the 2007 evaluation as part of the Knowledge for Change Program.