While this summer was not the first time Tunisians faced significant water shortages, it was the first time it happened in a year of abundant rainfall.
The start of this new school year was quite special. It took place two days after the first round of the second presidential elections being held in Tunisia since the 2011 Jasmine Revolution.
As we look back at the four years spent in the Maghreb and Malta, as Country Director Marie Francoise-Nelly would like to share some reflections on her work there with the World Bank.
A new report focuses on how Southeast Asia can overcome the still very significant barriers to the expansion of its digital economy.
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In order to put Tunisia back on a sustainable trajectory, without slowing down economic growth and the implementation of structural reforms, public spending needs to be redirected to the benefit…
In March 2019, the World Bank and several other development organizations launched “Stand For Her Land, ” a global advocacy campaign that aims to realize women’s equal access to land and…