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In: Sirageldin, I. Human capital: Population economics in the Middle East. Said, M. As Managing Director, Mohieldin oversaw the networks responsible for Human Development, Sustainable Development, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management, Finance and Private Sector Development, the World Bank Institute , largely responsible for knowledge building and sharing, as well as improving cross network collaboration. Areas of work also included the Millennium Development Goals , cooperatives, Islamic finance, migration, public-private partnerships, financial inclusion, as well as guidance and support on the World Bank's World Development Reports.

Mohieldin also served as the World Bank deputy to the G His primary responsibilities were to act as the focal point on discussions related to the post agenda later, the Sustainable Development Goals , to support the framing of the agenda, support acceleration of the MDGs, and improve coordination with the Multilateral Development Banks. A key initiative was the adoption of an MDG acceleration framework by the UN Chief Executives Board CEB , which was rooted in enhanced collaboration between all agencies to address key bottlenecks in selected countries.

His work also entailed strengthening the relationship between the World Bank and the United Nations. As Corporate Secretary, Dr. Mohieldin's role was to act as the key interlocutor between the Management of the World Bank and the Board of Executive Directors. During his tenure, he managed and ensured the success of several important decisions, including the Shareholding Review, the fast-track approval of loans related to Ebola, as well as the implementation of reforms.

His unit is responsible for representing the World Bank in discussions related to the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda for Sustainable Development. It is also responsible for representing the World Bank at the United Nations. An important work stream is to ensure the effective alignment of the SDGs to the work of the World Bank. Mohieldin has also played a key role in strengthening the relationship between the UN system and the World Bank. Mohieldin has held numerous leading positions in think tanks, research centres and academic institutions all over the world.

Among these positions has been serving as a member of the Commission on Growth and Development since , alongside several high-profile figures including the likes of Nobel Laureates in Economics Michael Spence and Robert Solow. Mimeo, Department of Economics, WPS Washington, D. C, Dec. C, 15 May CNN, 4 October C, 21 October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.

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