Sri Lanka

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Kay Winning

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Carter J. Brandon

Carter Brandon is the World Bank’s Global Lead Economist for Environment and Natural Resources, with primary interests in the linkages between the environment, welfare and growth.

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Meera Shekar

Meera Shekar is Global Lead for nutrition with the World Bank’s Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice, building the World Bank’s nutrition portfolio under the “Investing in the Early Years” initiative.

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Patrick Lumumba Osewe

Patrick L. Osewe is Lead Health Specialist for the Southern Africa region of the World Bank. Based in South Africa, he provides technical assistance and operational support to health projects across the region.

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Michele Gragnolati

Michele Gragnolati joined the World Bank as a Young Professional in 1998 and since 2000, he served first as an economist with the Health sector in Latin America and South Asia, and later as Human Development Sector Leader for the Western Balkans in Eastern Europe and Central Asia and for Brazil i

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Jose Antonio Cuesta Leiva

José Cuesta is a development economist with a Ph.D. in economics from Oxford University. He is an affiliated professor at Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy.

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Emily Sinnott

Emily Sinnott is a senior economist in the Human Development Economics Unit of the European and Central Asia Department of the World Bank and co-author of the flagship report "Natural Resources in Latin America and the Caribbean: Beyond Booms and Busts?" Prior to joining the World Bank

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Barjor E. Mehta

Barjor Mehta is currently the Lead Urban Specialist with the East Asia Urban team based in Beijing, China and a Co-Global Lead of the City Management, Governance and Finance Global Solutions Group.