We are a diverse group of non-profit organizations with varying missions that collectively believe in the value of the international financial institutions (IFIs) in addressing global development challenges, advancing multilateralism, and setting high standards across the development finance landscape.
What we do
The IFI Working Group is a diverse coalition of non-profit organizations. We collectively believe in the value of IFIs in addressing global development and humanitarian challenges, advancing multilateralism, and setting high standards across the development finance landscape. Our membership includes the Bank Information Center, BRAC, Bread for the World Institute, Bretton Woods Committee, Center for Global Development, Global Citizen, Global Health Council, InterAction, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, ONE Campaign, Oxfam, Publish What You Fund, Results, and the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition.
Relying on the support of their member countries, the IFIs provide financial and technical assistance to developing countries with the goal of supporting economic growth and raising the standard of living. For many developing countries, the IFIs are the largest source of international financing and play a key partnership role in support of countries’ development agendas.
IFIs Importance to the U.S
For over 75 years, and particularly in times of international crisis, the United States has turned to the IFIs to effectively leverage scarce resources for development and promote strong standards for aid effectiveness, transparency and accountability. The IFI Working Group is committed to promoting constructive U.S. leadership at the IFIs and we seek to increase awareness among policymakers of the value of these institutions and how they support U.S. development priorities. We aim to see the U.S. strengthen its commitment to effective and informed engagement at the IFIs.
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