© Dominic Chavez/World Bank Senegal’s nutrition policy is at a crossroads. Reaching a critical moment where the effects of malnutrition could have a detrimental effect on generations of young…

Louise Cord, Menno Mulder-Sibanda |

© Dominic Chavez/Banque mondiale Au Sénégal, la politique de nutrition est à la croisée des chemins – soit on double nos efforts et on s’attaque aux problèmes fondamentaux ; soit on finira par s’…

Louise Cord, Menno Mulder-Sibanda |

4 Will You Take On... Take On Extreme Poverty 2:11 / 2:11 Poverty and Hardship in the PacificWorld Bank1:02:02 Rwanda: A Model for Building Strong Safety NetsWorld Bank4:32 My New Life: Primary…

Maleele Choongo |

I met Roselynd Laubhouet in 2004 when, as a recent graduate, she accepted an assignment as a Junior Professional Associate with the World Bank's Africa Region in Washington, D.C.  From day…

Richard Cambridge |

In Burundi, a World Bank-supported project focused on educating female sex workers about the risks of contracting HIV/AIDS and other diseases has contributed to Burundi's overall declining…

Kristina Nwazota |

Thirty years after the HIV/AIDS virus first appeared, more than 34 million people world-wide are living with HIV. Sub Saharan Africa is most heavily impacted; some 68 percent of all those living…

Kristina Nwazota |