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The World Bank Institute's Knowledge Exchange (WBIKE) practice is dedicated to supporting and equipping the World Bank’s frontline teams with resources to connect countries more systematically and effectively. Sharing knowledge and experiences among peers and partners in the global South is a key priority for many developing countries. Read More »


To get the most out of a South-South Knowledge Exchange you require funding which is just-in-time, adequate, and sustained. You will need to make sure all relevant resources—sustainable funding, staffing, technology, and implementing institutions—are available to support an ongoing knowledge exchange. Read More »

Focus Areas

There is a growing interest among countries from across the world to explore new ideas and approaches to reach development goals, learn from each other, and share experiences and solutions that... Read More »
South-South knowledge exchange results stories illustrate the World Bank’s global connector role complementary to its financing and knowledge work . They show how the World Bank helps connect... Read More »
The South-South Experience Exchange Facility (South-South Facility) is a global partnership and multi-donor trust fund. Our partners finance the South-South Facility and provide guidance at yearly... Read More »
The South-South Experience Exchange Facility (South-South Facility) welcomes grant applications from developing countries interested in a South-South knowledge exchange. If you are interested in... Read More »
Click on a continent to jump directly to its list of Grant Fund Request forms Download the full dataset Region Grant Name Fund Status Requesting Country... Read More »