World Bank

World Bank

The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans and grants to developing countries for projects aimed at reducing poverty and promoting sustainable development. Established in 1944, the World Bank has become a major source of financing for infrastructure projects, education, health, and other key areas of development.

The World Bank works closely with its member countries to develop and implement programs that help to promote economic growth, reduce poverty, and improve living standards. It also provides technical assistance and expertise to countries to help them develop effective policies and institutions to support sustainable development.

Through its work, the World Bank is helping to create a world where everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy and prosperous life. The World Bank collaborates closely with the United Nations to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.


World Bank Topics

“Addressing the Issue of Debt Transparency in Developing Countries”
“Establishing a Framework to Counter the Financial Impact of Climate Change”


Hello everyone! My name is Zumaro and I am a graduate student of Advanced Nuclear Engineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology, the Republic of Korea. I was born in Indonesia, however, I have been moving quite frequently to pursue my studies. I lived in Poland for 5 years and that’s how I started to be more familiarized with European Model UN. Overall, I have attended more than 20 MUNs, both as a delegate and chairperson. TEIMUN 2023 will be my initial coming back event in MUN after the pandemic, followed by Korea International MUN 2023 where I am Secretary General.
Other than that, I am big with travelling, having visited 33 countries since I was 17 years old, mostly solo travelling. I love solo travelling because I like to be absorbed deeper into the culture of the country. While in Korea, I always tried to do a weekend trip to discover a new place. Experiencing new cultures and meeting new people, while improving my Korean language is one of my biggest goals while staying here. Talking about languages, I am also a huge fan of language learning. At the moment, I can communicate in 6 international languages, namely Indonesian, Malay, English, Polish, Korean, and a little bit of French. Currently, I am learning Russian and Arabic, while maintaining the other 18 out of the 583 Indonesian traditional languages I practice. Well, not to forget about programming languages, I am familiar with C, C++, SQL and Python.
I vision my future career as a nuclear diplomat working at the International Atomic Energy Agency. That is why I believe it is important for me to not only focus on my research study in nuclear engineering but also improve my diplomatic skills.
I really can’t wait to meet you in person at TEIMUN 2023!

Fun Fact: I have only a single name. So feel free to contact me if you want to help me with your last name!

Natalie Viktoria Bichler

Hi! My name is Natalie, and I’m currently in my third year of the International and European Law degree at the University of Groningen. I am half Slovak and half German, but I grew up primarily in Egypt, the UAE and Slovakia. My first MUN was back in 2017, and I immediately got hooked! Since then, I’ve attended over 10 more and even travelled to Mostar and New York to participate in MUN conferences. I have participated in MUNs in various capacities, but chairing committees has always been near and dear to my heart as I enjoy listening to what delegates have to say and seeing how they cooperate to resolve the issues at hand. This year will be my third time attending TEIMUN, so I’m excited to see what this edition has in store for us. In my free time, I love travelling, reading, hiking, or hanging out with my friends. I look forward to seeing you all at TEIMUN 2023!

Fun Fact: I used to work in a bar, so I’m great at mixing drinks!

Join World Bank at TEIMUN 2023

Join World Bank at TEIMUN 2023