Archief - Records of the Human Resources Development and Operations Policy Vice Presidency

Identificatie

referentie code

WB IBRD/IDA WB_IBRD/IDA_91

Titel

Records of the Human Resources Development and Operations Policy Vice Presidency

Datum(s)

  • 1993 - 1995 (Vervaardig)

Beschrijvingsniveau

Archief

Omvang en medium

30.24 linear feet of textual records; 1 VHS tape

Context

Naam van de archiefvormer

Biografie

The Human Resources Development and Operations Policy Vice Presidency (HRO) was one of three Vice Presidencies created during President Lewis Preston's reorganization of January 1, 1993. Following the abolishment of all Senior Vice Presidencies on December 1, 1991, Preston initiated a larger reorganization in 1993 that aligned the Bank's organization with the priority areas of its poverty reduction effort. The result was three new thematic vice presidencies: the HRO; Finance and Private Sector Development (FPD); and Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD).

The vice presidencies were responsible for:


  • Providing operational support to the Regions through participation in Sector Operations Division (SOD) task teams, undertaking specialized assignments for the Regions, providing ad hoc advice, distilling lessons of operational experience and disseminating best practices, and definition of sector and operational policies;


  • Assisting in identifying and addressing the Bank's skisurells mix and training needs; * Providing information and intellectual support to interested actors outside the Bank;


  • Liaising with the UN and other official and private organizations;


  • Delivering complete products to the country directors in the 'clustered subsectors', where the small number of expert staff can most efficiently be located in the central Vice Presidency.

As part of the 1993 reorganization, the former Population and Human Resources Department was terminated and its divisions were split between two newly created departments: the Population, Health and Nutrition Department (PHN) and the Education and Social Policy Department (ESP). Both of these departments were placed in the HRO Vice Presidency along with an Operations Policy Department (OPR). The OPR absorbed the functions of: the former Central Operations Department (COD); the International Economic Relations Division (OPRIE); and the UN Office in New York (OPRNY) transferred from the External Relations Department (EXT).

In January 1994, President Lewis Preston created a secretariat within the HRO (HROAN) responsible for managing a program of the Bank's 50th anniversary activities.

On July 1 1995, HRO became Human Capital Development and Operations Policy (HCO). At this time education, health, nutrition and population functions were again combined in a single department named the Human Development Department (HDD). A Poverty and Social Policy Department (PSP) was also formed and placed in HCO.

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Geschiedenis van het archief

Records were initially transferred from HROVP to the Bank's Institutional Information Services Center (IISC) prior to their transfer to the Bank's Archives.

Directe bron van verwerving of overbrenging

Records were initially transferred from HROVP to the Bank's Institutional Information Services Center (IISC) prior to their transfer to the Bank's Archives.

Inhoud en structuur

Bereik en inhoud

The majority of the records in this fonds are chronological files created by the HROVP. Most of the contents of these files are correspondence to and from institutions, agencies, governments, and departments external and internal to the Bank. The fonds also includes records which relate to communications as well as governance-related activities of the HROVP.

Waardering, vernietiging en slectie

Aanvullingen

Accruals are not expected.

Ordeningstelsel

The Education and Social Policy Department (ESP), Poverty and Social Policy Department (PSP), and Poverty, Gender, and Public Sector Management Department (PGP) records sub-fonds contains the records created during the existence of those departments between the years 1993 and 1997. These departments combined a number of sector teams or groups, including Gender and Development, Poverty Analysis and Policy, and, temporarily, Education within the Human Resources Development and Operations Policy Vice Presidency (HRO). Individual staff often supported more than one sector at a time and this is reflected by folders that contain records of more than one sector. As a result, the records of these departments have been placed in the HRO fonds rather than separated and dispersed into their respective sector fonds.

Voorwaarden voor toegang en gebruik

Voorwaarden voor raadpleging

Records are subject to the World Bank Policy on Access to Information.

Voorwaarden voor reproductie

Records are subject to the Copyright Policy of the World Bank Group.

Taal van het materiaal

  • Engels

Schrift van het materiaal

Taal en schrift aantekeningen

Fysieke eigenschappen en technische eisen

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Related units of description


  • For records created by the HRO's sector departments and their predecessors and successors, see Records of the Population, Health, and Nutrition Sector (WB IBRD/IDA 89 WB_IBRD/IDA_89).


  • See Records of the Sector Policy and Research Vice Presidency (PREVP) and the Sector and Operations Policy Vice Presidency (OSPVP) (WB IBRD/IDA WB_IBRD/IDA_93) function.

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Internal World Bank Group Archives rules based on ISAD(G).

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Verwijdering van datering archiefvorming

2 October 2012

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