Established in 1959, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) is a multilateral organization that seeks to improve the quality of life in Latin America and the Caribbean using sustainable means. It supports countries through financial and technical aid such as loans, grants, and research. The IADB is focused on three main development challenges, namely: social inclusion and inequality, productivity and innovation, and economic integration. It consists of 48 members and meets annually to discuss issues facing member states. Their goals include reducing poverty and inequality, addressing the needs of small and vulnerable countries, fostering development through the private sector, addressing climate change, renewable energy, and environmental sustainability, and promoting regional cooperation and integration.

To fulfill their aspirations, the IADB leads a number of programs and projects to help nations effectively implement solutions. Uniquely, this organization’s major shareholders are the developing countries that borrow from it, giving them major decision-making power. Delegates in the IADB will have to examine the success rate of current methods and attempt to reform them in order to benefit their respective countries.

The Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) is an intermediate committee that offers an experience for all delegates with interest.

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Audrea Wang

Audrea Wang is currently a junior at Port Moody Secondary and is honoured to be serving as Director of the Inter-American Development Bank at CAIMUN 2019. After attending her first conference in Grade 9, Audrea was immediately drawn to the world of Model United Nations by the fiery discussions about international affairs and the drafting of potential solutions to real-world problems. Having attended numerous conferences, Audrea has come to gain not only invaluable public speaking and critical thinking skills, but also a global mindset that has broadened her perspective of the world. Outside of Model United Nations, Audrea also participates in a number of debate tournaments, plays the cello, and endorses herself in journalism. Audrea is looking forward to a successful CAIMUN 2019 and can’t wait to meet all the delegates!


Ibreez Asaria

Ibreez is a Grade 11 IB student attending Stratford Hall, and is deeply honoured to be serving as the Chair of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) at CAIMUN 2019. Following his first conference in grade 9, Ibreez quickly became fascinated with the fruitful debate, high quality research and professionalism that Model United Nations demands. Since then, Ibreez has attended numerous conferences around Vancouver, and has enjoyed broadening his understanding of global affairs and the work of the United Nations. Outside of Model UN, Ibreez enjoys leading his school’s Student Action Committee, playing badminton, taking photos around Downtown Vancouver, and trying a new flavour of bubble tea every week. Ibreez is extremely thrilled to be staffing his first conference, and wishes all the delegates a memorable experience.