The average net benefit of investing US$1 in more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries is US$4.
Only a few months ago, mentioning the words discrimination and racism was taboo in many topics of the public agenda.
Successful cable car projects in Latin America are a vital reference for proper management and implementation of this infrastructure in the region and the world
While the coronavirus can affect anyone, we know it impacts some groups disproportionately because of existing disparities based on gender, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity, or…
Have you ever invited representatives from different sectors to imagine their dream city? There is an urban planning exercise that is just for that, and it is showcased by the experience of the…
According to a Pan American Health Organization assessment, nearly seven out of 10 hospitals in Latin America and the Caribbean are in areas vulnerable to natural hazards.
Central America’s diverse population includes more than 60 groups of Indigenous Peoples, whose systems of cultural, economic, political, and social organization have developed over centuries.
Eliminating learning poverty in Panama should be a priority and policy actions should be aligned with this urgency. Although the magnitude of the challenge is large, addressing it is possible.
It is hard to believe that only 70 years ago, in most Latin American countries, women could not vote. Or even more recently, women’s access to land under agrarian reforms depended on factors .…
Grouped under the EdTech label, indicator recently elaborated by the World Bank, technology can have a relevant role in supporting the fight against Learning Poverty.