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Attracting Haitian Talents to the Inter-American Development Bank

by Senior Advisor, Research, Innovation and Higher Education Section at Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) on Sep 25, 2011

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The event fits into the IDB diversity and inclusion strategy. Teams and country presence that mirror the diverse composition of the people of Latin America, the Caribbean and non-borrowing countries ...

The event fits into the IDB diversity and inclusion strategy. Teams and country presence that mirror the diverse composition of the people of Latin America, the Caribbean and non-borrowing countries make the
IDB more credible, representative and responsive. The race issue is very important at IDB, both
in terms of human resources, because of the rich culture of the region, and also with regard to its
operations. As of Feb 2011 there were 27 Haitian nationals working at the IDB, compared to 28 employees from the Dominican Republic. The two countries both have a population of approximately 10
million. In addition there are Diaspora members with other nationalities.

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