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World Bank

The World Bank Group (WBG) was established in 1944 to rebuild post-World War II Europe under the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD). It is one of a variety of organizations seeking to shape the world economy. Today, the World Bank functions as an international organization that fights poverty by offering developmental assistance to middle-income and low-income countries. By giving loans and offering advice and training in both the private and public sectors, the World Bank aims to eliminate poverty by helping people help themselves. Under the World Bank Group (WBG), there are complementary institutions that aid in its goals to provide assistance.


1. The Review and Reconstruction of Structural Adjustment Policies in the Developing World
2. Funding Refugee Resettlement Programs

About the Chairs

Youssra Omar Chaib

Youssra Omar is a twenty-year-old Algerian who finds passion in writing, debating, public speaking and has a great sense of leadership. Ever since she was a little girl, her interest in politics never failed to show, and as she grew up, Model United Nations was the perfect opportunity for her to put all of these interests into action. She has participated in numerous conferences, and with each passing experience; she has gotten more and more attached to the MUN movement. She takes massive pride in her skills and truly believes she will reach the United Nations, someday. To Youssra, and many others, MUN was the start of beautiful things, hence why it’s deeply cherished. MUN not only helps one to evolve their speaking skills and expand political knowledge, but it also helps them grow as an individual and develop sociability. As the Primary Chair of the World Bank Committee, Youssra welcomes you, esteemed delegates, to AUDMUN20 and wishes to help make this journey as pleasant, informative and as fun as possible.

Abdelrahman Mohammad Deiab

Abdelrahman Deiab is a third-year Computer Engineering student. He has been part of the MUN scene since high school, where he was the president of the club at the time. He was peer-pressured into joining the club, but later on, he found MUN to be exciting and very enjoyable. He also believes that MUN is extremely helpful and essential in building character and self-esteem. If you see him don’t hesitate to spring up a conversation about anything from music and computers to food and music.