If you are interested in employment at the IDB, you should read the Bank’s careers webpage: http://www.iadb.org/en/careers/careers-at-the-idb,1165.html. There you will find job openings, information concerning internships and the Young Professionals Program, and application procedures. In addition, you will be able to create and regularly update a personal profile and upload relevant information (CV, cover letter, among others).
While the majority of the Bank´s loans are made to sovereign governments in the region, an important and growing part of the Bank´s lending activity is for projects proposed directly by private-sector entities. Companies should explore the Resources for Businesses page: http://www.iadb.org/en/resources-for-businesses/doing-business-with-idb,6300.html. The department within the Bank that a non-profit or business should contact will depend largely on the size of the organization (large businesses, medium-sized companies, small non-profits, etc.). Civil society organizations may seek financing from the IDB, either through the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF, see the « Financing FAQ ») or through trust funds endowed by governments and other third parties and administered by the Bank (see http://www.iadb.org/aboutus/trustfunds/fundsearch.cfm ), or by consulting the Calls for Proposals listings on the Bank´s homepage. A broad description of the Bank’s grant and technical assistance products and programs is available at http://www.iadb.org/en/about-us/idb-financing/grants-,6039.html. Civil society organizations should read all information posted on the website http://www.iadb.org/en/civil-society/the-idb-and-civil-society,6160.html before contacting our civil society team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals or firms interested in contracting opportunities for the supply of goods, works or services to IDB-financed projects (“project” procurement) or directly to the IDB (“corporate” procurement) should check the Bank’s Resources for Businesses page ( http://www.iadb.org/en/resources-for-businesses/doing-business-with-idb,6300.html ) and proceed to the section labeled “Procurement”.
The IDB does not offer scholarships. Please check the scholarship program of the Organization of American States (OAS). The Bank´s internships Research Fellows Program are described at http://www.iadb.org/en/careers/internships,1360.html and http://www.iadb.org/en/careers/research-fellows-program,1359.html, respectively.
Through the Inter-American Institute for Economic and Social Development (INDES), the IDB offers on site courses as well as online and self-taught programs. Lists of courses, schedules and other relevant information can be found at http://www.iadb.org/en/indes/inter-american-institute-for-economic-and-social-development,2482.html.
Those interested in finding out more about IDB activities in a specific country should visit our Countries pages http://www.iadb.org/en/countries/select-a-country,1000.html.
Use the appropriate key words to conduct search engine on the Bank´s website and visit the Research and Data ( http://www.iadb.org/en/research-and-data/research-data,1612.html ) and Knowledge ( http://www.iadb.org/en/knowledge/home,4885.html ) sections of the website to consult working papers, books and statistical databases that may be of interest.
As a part of the reforms of the Ninth General Increase (GCI-9), and included in the Agenda for a Better Bank, was the creation of a new Access to Information Policy as an instrument designed to raise the Bank’s standards of transparency to the highest level of international practices.
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