World Bank South Asia Region team provides a platform for conversations about regional connectivity and helps find common ground between country priorities and regional integration.

Mandakini Kaul |

廃棄物管理の新しい取組み:いかに廃棄物を削減しながら経済成長を実現するか

Sameh Wahba, Silpa Kaza, Kremena M. Ionkova |

According to the World Bank’s What a Waste 2.0 report, waste generation is expected to grow by 70% by 2050, while our global population is expected to grow at less than half of that rate.

Sameh Wahba, Silpa Kaza, Kremena M. Ionkova |

South Asia is home to some of the world’s countries most vulnerable to climate change. In the past decade alone, nearly 700 million people—half of the region’s population—were affected by one or…

Ditte Fallesen, Haris Khan, Ahsan Tehsin, Atishay Abbhi |

As Bhutan has urbanized, demand for land and housing has intensified. The limited amount of urban land and the high cost of construction have made adequate housing an increasingly large expense…

David Mason |

Fully applying the principles of sustainable forest management to Bhutan’s production forests and modernizing the sector could significantly increase productivity and improve ecological resilience…

Mercy Tembon |

Building up a common regional brand identity is paramount to the success of Himalayan large cardamom, and it can also help secure the livelihoods of the women home-based workers who nurture and…

Navya D’Souza |

この25年間に、極度の貧困を削減する取組みは確実に進展し、世界人口に占める貧困層の割合は1990年の36%から、2018年には推定8.6%まで縮小されました。この期間に、何億人もの人々の生活水準も改善されました。

Philippe H. Le Houérou, Antoinette Sayeh |

It is undeniable that progress has been made in reducing extreme poverty over the last quarter century—from 36 percent of the world population in 1990 to an estimated 8.6 percent in 2018—and that…

Philippe H. Le Houérou, Antoinette Sayeh |

Les progrès sur le front de la lutte contre la pauvreté sont indéniables, mais ils n’ont pas été homogènes d’un pays à l’autre et tendent actuellement à marquer le pas.

Philippe H. Le Houérou, Antoinette Sayeh |