También disponible en: English A partir de este mes, unos 9 millones de mujeres (i) podrán conducir vehículos en Arabia Saudita, luego del histórico anuncio efectuado en septiembre del año pasado…

Katrin Schulz, Nato Kurshitashvili |

Cette page en: English | Español À partir du mois de juin, 9 millions de femmes (a) pourront prendre le volant en Arabie saoudite, après l’annonce, en septembre 2017, de la levée de l’interdiction…

Katrin Schulz, Nato Kurshitashvili |

Also available in: Español  | العربية Starting this month, an estimated 9 million women will be able to get behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia after the historic announcement in September last year…

Katrin Schulz, Nato Kurshitashvili |

In Brazil, a woman trained through the School of Women Leaders explains to her neighbors what she has learned. Photo: Maria do Carmo Carvalho / Habitat for Humanity [[tweetable]]Despite the fact…

Jane W. Katz |

Building seawalls. Photo: Lauren Day/World Bank The first ever meeting of the Heads of Procurement of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) took place on June 20-21 in Barbados with…

Shaun Moss |

[[tweetable]]Medellin, Colombia is experiencing an extraordinary transformation.[[/tweetable]] Although it was known during the 1980s and most of the 1990s as the most violent city of the world,…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Pamela Sofia Duran Vinueza |

Students at Beijing Bayi High School in China. Photo: World Bank In 1950, the average working-age person in the world had  almost three years of education, but in East Asia and Pacific (EAP), the…

Michael Crawford |

حين تفكر في البحر الكاريبي، تقفز إلى خاطرك صورة السماء الصحوة والشواطئ الخلابة. غير أن تلك المياه اللازوردية تخفي وراءها تاريخا يتعلق بزواج القاصرات، إنها ممارسة لاتزال مستمرة في مختلف أرجاء…

كافيل جوزيف |

Also available in: Français A public faucet that serves 1, 000 families in el Alto, Bolivia. Photo credit: Stephan Bachenheimer / World Bank Small towns* typically have not been well served by…

Fadel Ndaw |

Source: Bertelsmann Stiftung Sustainable development was once thought of as primarily a concern for the poorer, so-called “developing” countries. Today, with industrial civilization spreading…

Craig James Willy |