The IMFFA, together with our partners at the World Bank Group, is committed to supporting families and preventing all forms of domestic abuse. Learn more about the help and support available to spouses and partners.Learn more
The TSP is an annual, 3-week program for teens aged 16 to 18. The program provides an opportunity for the participants to learn about the history and activities of the World Bank Group, IMF and IADB through staff presentations, interactive projects, group discussions and personal development sessions.
Domestic Abuse Prevention
The Domestic Abuse Prevention Program (DAPP), a part of the World Bank’s Health Services Department (HSD), provides 24-hours a day / 7-days a week confidential services aimed at helping prevent the escalation of domestic abuse by focusing on early intervention and assistance for individuals who may already be impacted by an abusive relationship. The program also works on prevention of domestic abuse through on-going outreach and educational efforts. The program is based at the World Bank Group’s HQ and serves all WBG and IMF staff, spouses / partners, and families around the world.
Family Consultation Service
The Family Consultation Service (FCS) provides 24-hours a day / 7-days a week confidential counseling services aimed at helping families deal with general and transitional stress and/or personal / family / relationship concerns. The program, the offices of which are located at the World Bank Group’s headquarters in Washington, serves spouses, domestic partners, and other dependents over 18-years old including those based at headquarters and around the world.
The Teen Summer Program is held every summer and organized by the World Bank Family Network, IMF Family Association, and the IADB Family Association. Program participants will attend sessions and participate in simulated real-life situations and role-play with staff and other professionals to learn about the work of these international institutions and discuss current global issues and interventions. Additional sessions and presentations on personal and professional development will complement these thematic exercises.
Applications for the program typically open in February, and the program runs for three weeks starting in late June.