Who we are

The Partnership for Economic Inclusion (PEI) is a global partnership helping governments develop, implement, and scale economic inclusion programs to sustainably increase the income, assets, and economic resilience of extreme poor and vulnerable people. Our work is guided by the Sustainable Development Goal to “end poverty in all its forms everywhere by 2030.” 

PEI is a global network that includes national governments, policymakers, development partners, and non-governmental and research organizations. It is hosted by the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice at the World Bank and PEI receives funding through a Multi-Donor Trust Fund administered by the World Bank.

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Resources

Read more about economic inclusion in resources from the PEI partnership:

 

What we do

 

PEI supports developing national economic inclusion programs that increase the earnings, assets, and economic resilience of extremely poor and vulnerable people and their families. We bring together World Bank Group operations, international agencies, and experts to develop economic inclusion programs, share knowledge of what works and how across the globe, and help national governments adapt the programs best suited to local conditions and priorities. 

 

Country Engagement

Country Engagement

Innovation and Learning

Innovation and Learning

Global Knowledge

Global Knowledge Sharing

 

 

 

 

Publication
The State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021: The Potential to Scale

The State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021 sheds light on one of the most…

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The State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021: The Potential to Scale - Overview

The State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021 sheds light on one of the most intractable…

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Preview: State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021

The State of Economic…

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Funding Partners