On March 15, Cyclone Idai hit Zimbabwe and we were faced with a twofold challenge. First, how would we design a disaster recovery solution that could deliver both quick yet sustainable results to…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Ayaz Parvez |

The 2018 Law, Justice and Development Week (LDJ) Week competition period coincided with presidential and parliamentary elections in my home country of Zimbabwe. I decided to submit my proposal, as…

Matilda Rutendo Nengare |

When I was based in the field, I often noticed that many of the journalists working in Africa had not been specifically trained to report on development-related matters, which at times hobbled…

Haleh Bridi |

Despite women’s active role in Zimbabwe’s informal sector, they are underrepresented in its formal business sector. Credit: Arne Hoel/ World Bank When early December was upon us—heralding the…

Charity R. Hodzi-Sibanda |

Zimbabwe’s fields and forests are becoming drier. Photo: Arne Hoel/World Bank Dried, mopane worms are traditionally offered to foreigners visiting Zimbabwe as a welcoming snack. Not really worms…

Pablo Benitez |

Legislation is pending in Zimbabwe to make government procurement quicker and more transparent. Photo: Arne Hoel/The World Bank Group ​ For some time now, public procurement has accounted for a…

Quamrul Hasan |

Miombo trees in the Reserva Nacional do Gilé, Zambézia Province. Photo by Andrea Borgarello for the World Bank

André Rodrigues de Aquino |

Makhtar Diop delivers plenary remarks at the Association of African Universities Conference, Libreville, Gabon Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video Player The Association of…

Ritva Reinikka |

​ “Artisanal miners are poor exploited human beings who are forced to dig for minerals under unbearable circumstances. They should be liberated.” “Artisanal miners are elephant poachers who…

Kirsten Hund |