Economic inclusion programs provide a “big push” to help the extreme poor and other vulnerable people move into sustainable livelihoods, and can play an important part in poverty reduction. Photo…

Ines Arevalo, Michelle Kaffenberger, Aude de Montesquiou |

At the Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund in Bali, Indonesia, the World Bank highlighted the importance of human capital for economic development.   Central to…

Julia Liberman, Rachel Cooper, Victoria Levin |

  Занятость и рост доходов всегда был самым важным фактором сокращения бедности и повышения благосостояния, как во всем мире, так и в Центральной Азии. В Таджикистане, к примеру, удалось сократить…

Lilia Burunciuc |

Jobs and wage growth have been the most important driver of poverty reduction globally, and Central Asia. In Tajikistan, for example, it has cut poverty by about two-thirds since 2003. In…

Lilia Burunciuc |

  ¿Quién pensaría que Panamá es conocido popularmente como el país más frío de América Latina? Cualquier persona que viaje a este país debe considerar, además de las imágenes de playas…

Mariano González Serrano, Melisa Gaitan Fanconi |

Fair in Capiibary, San Pedro Department. Farrah Frick / World Bank The producers of Capiibary, a small town in the San Pedro Department, will never forget Friday, May 4th, 2018, when Mario Abdo…

Francisco Obreque |

Feria de los productores de Capiibary. Farrah Frick/Banco Mundial Los productores de Capiibary, un pequeño pueblo en el Departamento de San Pedro, nunca olvidarán el viernes 4 de mayo de 2018,…

Francisco Obreque |

A young man sitting next to me on a recent flight from Almaty to Dushanbe told me, “I regret that I did not get a better education. I could have had a better job.” He is one of many Central Asian…

Lilia Burunciuc |

Недавно, на рейсе из Алматы в Душанбе мы разговорились с молодым человеком, сидевшим рядом со мной о сегодняшних трудностях найти хорошую работу. В ходе разговора он сказал с сожалением: «Жаль,…

Lilia Burunciuc |

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 |