في الفترة بين عامي 2000 و 2017، شهد العالم تراجع عدد الأشخاص الذين يتغوَّطون في العراء بواقع النصف تقريبا، وذلك من 1.3 مليار شخص إلى حوالي 670 مليونا. وفي الهند، تراجع عدد من يتغوَّطون في العراء…

هارونا كاشيواس |

Open defecation is the practice of people defecating outside, such as in street gutters, behind bushes or into open bodies of water. Between 2000 and 2017, the world nearly...

Haruna Kashiwase |

La defecación al aire libre es la práctica de las personas de defecar en lugares abiertos, como en las alcantarillas de las calles, detrás de arbustos o en masas de agua.

Haruna Kashiwase |

I witnessed how in a melding of the old and new, the World Bank is working with the Indonesian government to deliver better basic services through the convergence of three elements: the tradition…

Benoît Bosquet |

Indonesia has emerged as a force to be reckoned with, growing to be the fourth most populous country in the world and more than halving poverty from the turn of the century until today. However,…

Juul Pinxten, Steisianasari Mileiva |

Negara Indonesia telah muncul sebagai kekuatan besar, tumbuh menjadi negara dengan penduduk terbesar keempat di dunia dan lebih dari separuh angka kemiskinan telah dikurangi sejak pergantian abad…

Juul Pinxten, Steisianasari Mileiva |

In Indonesia, the current state of human capital—the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate throughout their lives—does indeed demand significant attention. Indonesia’s score on the…

Camilla Holmemo |

Di Indonesia, kondisi modal manusia saat ini — pengetahuan dan keterampilan yang dikembangkan serta kesehatan yang dimiliki seseorang sepanjang hidup mereka — perlu mendapat perhatian yang besar.…

Camilla Holmemo |

Around 40 percent of the world’s stunted children live in South Asia, yet public policy and financing to address it has been insufficient. SAFANSI held a knowledge-sharing event on stunting where…

Hera Diani |

Protecting ASEAN’s impressive gains over the past two decades will require prioritizing investments in people – that is, human capital.

Victoria Kwakwa |