Dans une école appartenant au réseau Bridge, au Kenya, les enseignants utilisent des tablettes électroniques. Environ 4, 5 milliards d’habitants des pays en développement vivent avec 8 dollars par...

Eriko Ishikawa, Kathleen Gaertner Mignano |

في مدرسة بريدج الانتقالية في كينيا، يستخدم المعلمون أجهزة الحاسوب اللوحية لشرح الدروس. حوالي 4.5 مليار نسمة في البلدان النامية هم من ذوي الدخل المنخفض، ويعيش الفرد منهم على 8 دولارات في اليوم أو...

Eriko Ishikawa, Kathleen Gaertner Mignano |

At a Bridge school in Kenya, teachers use computer tablets to deliver lessons. About 4.5 billion people in developing countries are low-income, living on $8 a day or less (in 2005 purchasing power...

Eriko Ishikawa, Kathleen Gaertner Mignano |

“Smart city” has become a buzzword in India ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi outlined his vision for creating a series (a hundred, to be exact) of them. Since then, there have been many...

Jon Kher Kaw |

By Francis Ghesquiere and Olivier Mahul This week, the Resilience Dialogue, bringing together representatives from developing countries, donor agencies and multilateral development banks, will...

Francis Ghesquiere, Olivier Mahul |

The challenge of moving from conflict and fragility to resilience and growth is immense. More than half of the countries counted as low income have experienced conflict in the last decade. Twenty...

Laura Ralston |

I am old enough to remember the days when Latin America was the land of inflation. Hyperinflation in Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina made the news in the 1980s and early 1990s. At that time, Asia...

Eliana Cardoso |

Bank President Robert Zoellick told an overflowing room of journalists this morning that these annual meetings come at an important time for the work of the Bank Group and its members. “The G-20...

Angie Gentile |