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 |

  The job creation challenge is intensifying. And the next generation of productive alliances must tap its potential more proactively. What are the best ways to optimize this approach towards…

Ethel Sennhauser, Francisco Obreque |

A significant share of Tajikistan’s workforce works outside the country. Photo: Gennadiy Ratushenko / World Bank My colleague Victoria and I had an opportunity recently to meet with students at…

Mohamed Ihsan Ajwad, Victoria Strokova |

A significant share of Tajikistan’s workforce works outside the country. Photo: Gennadiy Ratushenko / World Bank My colleague Victoria and I had an opportunity recently to meet with students at…

Mohamed Ihsan Ajwad, Victoria Strokova |

Numbers don’t lie. That’s why, in our day-to-day lives, we rely heavily on numbers from household surveys, from national accounts, and from other traditional sources to describe the world around…

Giorgia DeMarchi |

Цифры не врут. Вот почему в нашей повседневной жизни мы в значительной степени полагаемся на цифры, полученные в результате обследований домашних хозяйств, на основе данных национальных счетов, а…

Giorgia DeMarchi |

Мой отец (см. фото) – водитель-дальнобойщик, работающий в Беларуси. Будучи ребенком, я проводила с ним в дороге долгие часы. Я любила путешествовать по ближним и дальним городам, и, хотя в то…

Alena Sakhonchik |

My father is a long-distance trucker based in Belarus. As a young girl, I spent long hours on the road with him. I loved traveling to neighboring and faraway cities and—even though I could barely…

Alena Sakhonchik |

Around 89 million youth, ages 12-24 years, are out of school in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2013, we went to Liberia to find better answers to this question: who are the vulnerable youth? We wanted to…

Keiko Inoue, Emanuela Di Gropello |