The Energy Subsidy Reform Online Community (ESROC) brings together government officials from around the world, experts from the World Bank and from other international organizations interested in reforming energy subsidies. This members-only online platform is a safe space for frank discussion (Chatham House rules apply), networking among peers, and exchanging knowledge and experiences to help overcome the challenges of reforming energy subsidies. The platform is run by ESMAP and is open to all participants in ESMAP events about energy subsidies.
ASL stakeholders who include government representatives and associated project partners from 7 countries, implementing agency staff members, and donors in Latin America who are working in projects to protect globally significant biodiversity in the Amazon
This CoP site is for the group of participants from the borrower ministries and agencies or local consulting companies who attended the webinar PIU training on the application of the ESF for knowledge sharing and peer learning.
The Community-Driven Development (CDD) Community of Practice is a dynamic, cross-disciplinary body of CDD practitioners, development partners, and other interested researchers from different countries and sectoral themes within and outside the World Bank. The Community of Practice (CoP) is facilitated by the secretariat anchored under the Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice (GSURR) of the World Bank. This website was created for the CoP members across the world to exchange ideas and learn, access useful operational resources, nurture innovations, and strengthen and expand partnership and resource mobilization. It is meant to be a “living” site and welcomes your active participation and contributions!
The community driven development (CDD) and local economic development (LED) thematic group supports a learning network comprising of government teams, World Bank task teams and others involved in LED/livelihoods projects globally. The CDD and LED thematic
This forum aims to bring GIS practitioners and IT professionals from the Caribbean region to discuss open-source data management, including geospatial data, GIS infrastructure, data-sharing and metadata policies, education, training and technical requirements across the entire region.