December 21, 2017 - 12:30 pm
December 21, 2017 - 2:00 pm
AddressRoom # 001, Business and Social Sciences Building View map
An Informal Conversation with
World Bank Group, Washington DC
The Role of Faith Communities in International Development
Ms Tehreem Saifey will share personal reflections on the role played by faith communities in advancing sustainable development goals. Examples of partnership between faith based organizations and the World Bank in pilot countries around Early Childhood development will be discussed. Also, there will be a focus on the work and mandate of the Faith Initiative at the World Bank, and some avenues for engagement and partnership that have emerged from this mandate.
About the Speaker: For the past ten years, Tehreem Saifey has been engaged in diplomatic and international affairs and the development sector in both Pakistan and the US. Originally from Lahore, she completed her Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the University of Punjab, a master’s in Political Management from the George Washington University (Washington DC), and a master’s in Public Policy from George Mason University (Washington DC).
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