2015年のエボラ出血熱の流行では、世界銀行は、エボラ危機に対して迅速に対応できましたが、その背景には、自然災害や経済危機に影響されやすい最貧国での深刻な事態発生に備え、対応資金を備えておくという出資国のコミットメントがありました。

Joachim von Amsberg |

Just two weeks ago, the citizens of Sierra Leone celebrated the end of Ebola transmission in their country with cheering and dancing in the streets of Freetown. It’s a milestone worth celebrating…

Joachim von Amsberg |

At this week's UN Sustainable Development Summit, the world's oceans will be getting the attention they have long deserved -- but not always received. They are the focus of Sustainable…

Paula Caballero |

We arrived in the village of La Redonda-El Aguila, Honduras at ten o’clock in the morning, when the temperature was already about 94 degrees Fahrenheit. We were warmly welcomed and invited to take…

Marcela Silva, Melisa Gaitan Fanconi |

With the Ebola outbreak waning but not yet over, the three most affected countries must now find ways to rebuild their economies and strengthen their health systems to try to prevent another…

Donna Barne |

Beatrice Yardolo survived Ebola but lost three children to the disease. © Dominic Chavez/World Bank On March 5, Liberian physicians discharged Beatrice Yardolo, an English teacher, from the…

Jim Yong Kim |

Tropical Cyclone Pam hit the island nation of Vanuatu on March 13-14. © UNICEF SENDAI, Japan – Without better preparation for disasters – whether they be earthquakes and tidal waves, extreme…

Jim Yong Kim |