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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 »

Knowledge Hubs

Many countries around the world are interested in scaling up their institutional and operational capacities to exchange solutions with peers and partners in an effective way. There are very inspiring experiences with building new knowledge hubs from scratch, such as the examples of the International Poverty Reduction Center in China and the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise. Policymakers and...Read More »


The success of a knowledge hub depends on its ability to capture, customize and share proven development solutions. Indeed, the collection and... Read More »
What can Knowledge Hubs learn from NASA? Knowledge sharing within an organization is an important element of continuous learning. The better an... Read More »
What can Knowledge Hubs learn from the experience of AFDC? This webinar shed light on how to implement knowledge sharing activities in a blended,... Read More »
As part of its mission, Tecnológico de Monterrey encourages and facilitates not only the transfer and diffusion of knowledge, but implements a wide... Read More »
A sound results framework is a critical underpinning of a well-designed knowledge exchange. “What are the objectives of an exchange of knowledge?”... Read More »

Focus Areas

Knowledge Hubs are institutions or networks that enable countries to learn systematically by sharing and exchanging development experiences with domestic and international partners in order to... Read More »
A "Knowledge Hub" is an organization, or part of it, dedicated to sharing development experiences and models with partners from other countries. Building a Knowledge Hub is a practical way... Read More »
Based on requests from community participants, an international team of experts has developed a curriculum of peer learning activities including webinars, video conferences and video streams, face-to... Read More »
Read the latest blog post "Three Way Learning. The South-South Agenda in Busan" by Han Fraeters, Manager, Knowledge Exchange Practice at the World Bank Institute. Han describes the strong momentum... Read More »