This blog is a part of a series using data from the Women, Business and the Law project. The data explores legal and regulatory challenges faced by women through different stages of their working…

Kavell Joseph |

Cuando nací en Trinidad y Tabago, mi madre se tomó una licencia del trabajo para cuidarme. Solo lo hizo ella porque no había una ley nacional que permitiera a mi padre hacerlo. Mi papá solamente…

Kavell Joseph |

[[tweetable]]Economic progress in East Asia and Pacific (EAP) has greatly contributed to the global reduction of extreme poverty. The more prosperous countries in the region – China, Thailand, and…

Judy Yang |

Улаанбаатар хотын гэр хороолол дахь агаарын бохирдол, Эрбар Агаржав, УБДШСК Хот суурин газарт олон хүн хана, дээврийг нь хангалттай дулаалаагүй, цонхны битүүмжлэл муу хуучны угсармал барилгад…

Yun Wu, Celia Rong Cui |

Globally, 56 percent of children live in countries with Human Capital Index (HCI) scores below 0.5. As these countries gear up to improve their human capital outcomes, it is vital to set a target…

Zelalem Yilma Debebe |

Photo: World Bank
I get stirred up by all types of governance data, so in honor of the International Day for Universal Access to Information, I though I’d highlight a few efforts to measure…

Jim Anderson |

Also available in: Français | Mongolian ©2014 David Waldorf/World Bank   For several years during my childhood, I helped my mother plant vegetables and harvest crops on an urban farm in the…

Rentsenkhand “Handaa” Enkh-Amgalan |

Cette page en : English | Mongol ©2014 David Waldorf/Banque mondiale    Enfant, j’ai beaucoup aidé ma mère à cultiver des légumes. Nous vivions dans une ferme urbaine dans la lointaine banlieue d’…

Rentsenkhand « Handaa » Enkh-Amgalan |

Also available in: English | Français ©2014 David Waldorf/World Bank   Жаахан хүүхэд байхдаа би хэдэн жилийн туршид Улаанбаатар хотын захад байрлах тариалангийн талбайд ах эгчтэйгээ хүнсний ногоо…

Rentsenkhand “Handaa” Enkh-Amgalan |

It is well established in the economic literature that it’s the rich who benefit from the lion’s share of energy subsidies. Yet, it is often the poor and vulnerable who protest loudly against…

Guillermo Beylis, Barbara Cunha |