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 |

Le fléau de la dénutrition est d’une ampleur considérable en Asie du Sud. Les taux de retard de croissance et d’insuffisance pondérale chez les enfants y sont parmi les plus élevés du monde.

Miki Terasawa |

Photo: World Bank [[tweetable]]Over the last few decades, Nepal has considerably improved the health and wellbeing of its people.[[/tweetable]] As we mark World Health Day today, here’s an…

Ravi Kumar |

Indian Bengali tribal mother is feeding her baby on her lap in a rural background. Credit: Abir Bhattacharya/ Shutterstock [[tweetable]]Childhood stunting—or being too short for one’s age—is one…

Ashi Kathuria |

I just ended my first round of country visits as the World Bank’s Vice President for the South Asia Region.  Over and above all, [[tweetable]]I have been immensely impressed by the resilience,…

Hartwig Schafer |

باسيرة بصيرخة، مديرة المدرسة الثانوية التجريبية النسائية في هيرات، أفغانستان. استفادت مدرستها من البرنامج المدعوم من المؤسسة الدولية للتنمية. © غراهام كراوتش / البنك الدولي إننا في البنك الدولي…

أكيهيكو نيشيو |

A malnourished child will face poorer outcomes as an adult. In South Asia, where malnutrition persists in multiple forms, improving nutrition in the early stages of life is critical to a child…

Felipe F. Dizon |

How can data be used to improve disease outbreak warning, urban planning, air quality, or agricultural production? Seven winning projects, which will receive support from the third round of…

World Bank Data Team |