Evidence from population-based surveys in Latin America and the Caribbean shows that children living in homes in which women experience intimate partner violence are more likely to experience...

Diana J. Arango, Eliana Rubiano-Matulevich |

Centroamérica es la segunda región de más rápida urbanización en el mundo. Se estima que para el año 2050 el número de personas viviendo en las ciudades crecerá un 40%.

Haris Sanahuja, Luis Triveno |

Two years since its inception, the Romania Disaster Risk Management Community continues to form partnerships and friendships that can strengthen Romania’s future. This community has even informed...

Alexandra Calin |

In Guatemala and Honduras, education is legally compulsory through ninth grade, but nearly 40% of sixth graders drop out before getting there. This is the reality for many countries middle and low...

Melissa Adelman, Francisco Haimovich Paz, Enrique Alasino |

En Guatemala y Honduras, la educación es obligatoria hasta el noveno grado; sin embargo, casi el 40 % de los estudiantes que termina la educación primaria abandona la escuela antes de completar...

Melissa Adelman, Francisco Haimovich Paz, Enrique Alasino |

Central America has great development opportunities that aim at strengthening resilience by managing its current risks

Haris Sanahuja |

A pesar de los desafíos, en Centroamérica existen grandes posibilidades de desarrollo que apuntan a fortalecer su resiliencia.

Haris Sanahuja |

On February 20, 2015, World Bank missions to Yemen were suspended due to increased security concerns. One particularly eye-opening graphic gives a rough glance at what Yemen would look like if it...

Moad Alrubaidi, Charles Fox |

In countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence, the private sector plays a critical role in providing jobs and income. Inclusive and sustainable economic growth can also help heal...

Martin Spicer, Franck Bousquet |

With support from the World Bank’s READ Trust Fund Program, representatives of all ministries of Education of Central America, regional and international specialists and civil society...

Rita Almeida, Seynabou Sakho |