Wenceslaus Mushi (center) during a television program. When Wenceslaus Mushi watches the evening news on the television at his home in Dar es Salaam, he often finds himself shouting out tips to…

Daphna Berman |

Elisha Thomas Laizer owns a small stationery store that provides photocopying and printing services in Kitumbeine, a Maasai village 150 km (93http://www.esmap.org…

Sunita Dubey |

Over-age enrolment has continued to remain a civil war legacy ( Katie Meyler, More Than Me) Leah is a diligent 13-year-old student in rural Liberia.  She walks to the school near her village every…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |

  [[tweetable]]Digital opportunities are the fuel of the new economy. They have significant impact on both the economy and society.[[/tweetable]] They contribute to growth, create jobs, are a key…

Boutheina Guermazi |

Post-Ebola recovery has been marked by a significant recovery and enrollment is up to the 2011 – 12 levels. (Photo credit: Katie Meyler/More Than Me) In March 2014, Liberia announced that there…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |

Access to education is improving but so must the quality of learning. (Arne Hoel/World Bank) See if you can spot the pattern: “Although the quantity of schooling has expanded rapidly, quality is…

David Evans, Anna Popova |

This is part of a series of blogs focused on the Sustainable Development Goals and data from the 2016 Edition of World Development Indicators.  This blog draws on data from the World Bank’s Rural…

Edie Purdie, Adam Diehl, Atsushi Iimi |

There are many stories about why children fail to enter, attend, or complete schooling, in places like Liberia. As a researcher with the Africa Gender Innovation Lab, I had the opportunity to…

Tricia Koroknay-Palicz |

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

André Rodrigues de Aquino |

Liberian cocoa farmer Marie Tar, from Saclepea, Nimba County.Photo by: Michael Sahr/World Bank

Errol Graham |