A World Bank report provides new evidence of how black carbon compounds the effects of climate change to accelerate the melting of the glaciers of the Himalayas.
The Nai Manzil program run by India’s Ministry of Minority Affairs provides school dropouts from minority communities in 26 states and 3 union territories with six months of education and three…
As the threat of climate change and rising sea levels looms large, proper planning and management of the Bangladesh delta is critical to the country’s economic growth and development.
On World Environment Day, let’s continue to move forward in fresh, new ways with the help of our partners and our passionate youth to tackle plastic pollution.
The region is the world’s second largest contributor of solid waste —334 million tons annually-- and is also on track to be the fastest growing contributor to plastic pollution over the next two…
Good Neighbours series spotlights successful examples of regional cooperation in South Asia and demonstrates how people-to-people activities advance regionalism. Research guides this World Bank’s…
Seamless transport integration and strong cross-border transport will make it easier to import and export goods between India and Bangladesh, boosting the income of people near and far.
Six years on, Nepal’s post-earthquake housing reconstruction is nearly complete. Ninety-two percent of the targeted population is on track to move in refurbished and resilient houses.
A bold energy venture is about to improve access to sustainable electricity in Afghanistan and raise the living standards of thousands of Afghans.
قرار است یک سرمایه گذاری بزرگ در بخش انرژی در افغانستان میزان دسترسی مردم را به برق دوامدار در آینده نزدیک افزایش داده و باعث بهبود شرایط زندگی هزاران نفر در این کشور گردد.