to be responsible for

Trotsenburg, who is also responsible for WB’s International Development Association (IDA), made the statement during his three-day working visit to Viet Nam, which ended yesterday, June 19.
I understand the phrase “to be responsible for” in my dictionary but in this case I can’t translate it smoothly into my language.
Does it mean that “who is head of WB’s International Development Association”?

"… who is also in change of … "

Thanks and I think you mean "… who is also in charge of … ". :slight_smile:

That’s right - it’s a typo, sorry.