Category: Free courses

Free World Bank Course: The Changing Nature of Work

The World Bank is inviting application for a free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “The Changing Nature of Work”. It is the only MOOC to explore the 2019 World Development Report (WDR) and workforce of the future. Continue reading “Free World Bank Course: The Changing Nature of Work”

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World Bank Course: Internet of Things

GSMA, the World Bank Open Learning Campus and Digital Development Global Practice have launched an exciting new partnership to deliver online capacity building to policymakers and regulators. This partnership brings together GSMA’s expert, evidence-based training and Open Learning Campus’s global footprint, allowing us to reach even more policymakers and regulators. We are kicking off the partnership with ,pour popular Internet of Things course. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Internet of Things”

World Bank Course: Engaging Citizens in the Audit Process – A New Frontier in Public Financial Management

Supreme audit institutions (SAIs) play a critical role in monitoring transparency in the use of public funds, in fighting corruption and in overseeing the efficiency and economy in service delivery and policy interventions. In enhancing their mission, SAIs contribute to good governance and to improving the lives of citizens. All this makes them a natural partner of citizens in exercising public scrutiny. In turn, partnership with civil society organizations and citizens at large can help SAIs leverage their capacity, enhance the value of public oversight, and strengthen the legitimacy of audit processes as well as their independence. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Engaging Citizens in the Audit Process – A New Frontier in Public Financial Management”

World Bank Course: Health Projects Monitoring and Evaluation

Building the capacity of national health, nutrition and population (HNP) project management teams and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialists, and World Bank project task teams is a critical starting point for strengthening the knowledge base on M&E for designing and implementing projects, and using evidence for informed decision-making and course correction. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Health Projects Monitoring and Evaluation”

World Bank Course: Advocacy for Universal Health Coverage

This e-Learning course on universal health coverage advocacy offers bitesize online modules to learn about the essence of UHC2030 Advocacy Guide. The UHC2030 Advocacy Guide provides an overview of what universal health coverage is, why it matters and how you can mobilise bottom-up change at the grassroots and community level to influence nationallevel policies and make meaningful health system reforms, ensuring that no one is left behind. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Advocacy for Universal Health Coverage”

International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice – Online Course

World Bank Course: Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) – Improving Performance Irrigation Services Provision 

Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) - Improving Performance Irrigation Services Provision (Self-Paced)
This e-Course helps improve your understanding of how some fundamental water management challenges can be addressed through private sector participation, a relatively new concept in agricultural water management in most countries. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) – Improving Performance Irrigation Services Provision “

World Bank Course: Introduction to the World Bank Environmental and Social Framework

Introduction to the World Bank Environmental and Social Framework
On August 4, 2016, the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved the Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) to help protect people and the environment in the investment projects it finances. The Environmental and Social Framework is made up of the World Bank’s vision for sustainable development, the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy for Investment Project Financing, and ten Environmental and Social Standards. Continue reading “World Bank Course: Introduction to the World Bank Environmental and Social Framework”