The agriculture and food security sector are still largely behind in using the latest technology for managing risks and shocks.

Diego Arias, Martin Gurria, Cristina Stefan |

ISTOCK Gracias a Internet y los avances tecnológicos de la última década, hoy en día es posible estudiar en las universidades más prestigiosas del mundo a una fracción del costo o incluso de…

Ana I. Aguilera |

We’re pleased to announce support for 12 projects which seek to improve the way development data are produced, managed, and used. They bring together diverse teams of collaborators from around the…

World Bank Data Team |

Nous avons le plaisir de dévoiler les 12 projets retenus pour soutenir l’amélioration de la production, la gestion et l’utilisation des données sur le développement. Portés par des équipes…

L'équipe d'analyse de données |

A woman farmer works fields in the Conde’ community of Morro da Bango, Angola. © Anita Baumann The challenges faced by small farmers are similar across the developing world – pests, diseases and…

Teodoro De Jesus Xavier Poulson |

As Nações Unidas estimam que a demanda por alimentos vá duplicar quando a população chegar a nove bilhões em 2050, sendo que a maior parte desse crescimento se dará nos países em desenvolvimento…

John Nash |

Las Naciones Unidas calculan que a medida que la población alcanza los 9000 millones hacia 2050, se duplicará la demanda de alimentos a nivel mundial, y buena parte de ese crecimiento…

John Nash |

The United Nations estimates that with the population reaching 9 billion by 2050, global food demand will double, with much of that growth in developing countries.    While the gloom-and-doom…

John Nash |

También disponible en español Também disponível em português This year, World Health Day focuses on hypertension. Specialists report a clear link between excessive salt consumption and high blood…

Sumito Estévez |

This week in Doha, the marble corridors of the Qatar National Convention Center resonate with voices from around the world. Over half way through the UN Climate Change Conference, as ministers…

Rachel Kyte |