Connect, engage and watch the World Bank Group activities at the 2019 Annual Meetings.
A vibrant private sector is a powerful driver of jobs and can underpin sustainable economic growth, fueling innovation and poverty reduction.
At the G20 Leaders Summit in Japan, World Bank Group President David Malpass stressed reducing inequality and realizing inclusive growth globally.
We face daunting, interconnected challenges, but IDA – and the entire World Bank Group – will help the poorest countries meet those challenges and continue our drive to end extreme poverty.
As we work on the next IDA replenishment we have a chance to integrate these lessons across our programs that are focused on countries affected by fragility and conflict.
In Afghanistan, a World Bank program aimed at lifting rural households out of extreme poverty has generated remarkable results.
Over the next decade, close to 600 million people will be looking for jobs, mostly in the world’s poorest countries. The South Asia region alone will need to create more than 13 million jobs…
[[tweetable]]We are now a year into implementation of IDA18, the three-year funding cycle for IDA, the arm of the World Bank Group that provides financing to the poorest countries.[[/tweetable]]…
More than one billion people globally – about 15% of the world’s population – are estimated to have a disability. Most of them live in developing countries.
What comes to mind when you think about “disability-inclusive education”? You may start with a few questions, such as: Are schools wheelchair accessible? Do disabled children have a chance to…