Human Rights Watch, Friends of Lake Turkana, International Rivers, Survival International, and the Bank Information Center on Friday criticized criticized the world bank and accused it of applying the funds without proper Bank's social and environmental standards.
What does BIC stand for?
BIC stands for Bank Information Center
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Things like a freedom of information law should be considered a positive condition," says Amy Ekdawy, regional program manager at the US-based Bank Information Center, which acts as a watchdog on World Bank policies.
Concerns associated with Inambari are centered around issues seen with other problematic dams in Brazil, most notably the Rio Madeira hydroelectric complex near the border of eru, Bolivia, and Brazil," said the Bank Information Center.
Being dominated by Northern polluters, the World Bank is an inappropriate institution to lead global efforts to combat climate change," says Bruce Jenkins of the Bank Information Center.
Thursday after a computer problem that crippled the system the previous day was fixed, a ''shinkin'' bank information center said.
based Bank Information Center tracks various projects financed by the IDB.
Even one leak could seriously pollute water supplies in both Chad and Cameroon, according to the Bank Information Center.
This sentiment was echoed by David Hunter, interim director of the Bank Information Center, who added, "Since (the 1999 World Trade Organization annual meeting in) Seattle, the most critical issue facing international institutions is how they will orient themselves to the public, and the rising number of stakeholders who believe they have a legitimate interest in being heard.