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More than half of WBI’s activities are developed and delivered jointly with partners in client countries. Formal partnership agreements exist with numerous organizations that provide expertise, content, facilities, staffing, funding and other inputs to support capacity development programs. Many other organizations work in partnership with WBI under less formal arrangements. Partner institutions in client countries gain experience and build the organizational capacity to design and deliver learning programs themselves, thus ensuring the sustainability of learning for development. Contact us to learn more about becoming a partner.

The program works closely in partnership with many organizations around the world, including:

To support the development of local capacity in developing countries to carry out analytical work and engage in policy discussions to support a knowledge-based economy, the Skills and Innovation Policy program also partners with local think tanks, institutions of higher education and other potential contributors to carry out the policy services work.


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