Indonesia’s education technology during COVID-19 and beyond

Noah Yarrow, Riaz Bhardwaj |

新冠肺炎大流行破坏了全世界人民的生活和生计。在疫情爆发前,世界银行预测2020年将有3500万人摆脱贫困。政府需要在应对大流行中实时地相互学习和采用最佳实践。

Victoria Kwakwa |

The COVID-19 pandemic is devastating lives and livelihoods globally. Before the pandemic, the World Bank projected that 35 million people in East Asia and the Pacific would escape poverty in 2020…

Victoria Kwakwa |

Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country, is becoming increasingly urban. Today, over half of the population lives in cities; by 2045, the centenary of Indonesia's…

Sameh Wahba, Kurt Kunz, Mark Roberts |

被災時に、限られた水と電気やガスで調理ができるレシピ本が発売されました。料理という基本的な行いが、人々が災害時に生き残る上で役に立つのならば、コミュニティ全体の強靭性を維持させることができる国の政策には、どんなレシピ(手段)があるでしょうか。

Keiko Sakoda, Bandita Sijapati |

While disasters such as earthquakes or floods affect everyone, their impacts are unevenly felt by different population groups.

Keiko Sakoda, Bandita Sijapati |

I witnessed how in a melding of the old and new, the World Bank is working with the Indonesian government to deliver better basic services through the convergence of three elements: the tradition…

Benoît Bosquet |

Indonesia has emerged as a force to be reckoned with, growing to be the fourth most populous country in the world and more than halving poverty from the turn of the century until today. However,…

Juul Pinxten, Steisianasari Mileiva |

Negara Indonesia telah muncul sebagai kekuatan besar, tumbuh menjadi negara dengan penduduk terbesar keempat di dunia dan lebih dari separuh angka kemiskinan telah dikurangi sejak pergantian abad…

Juul Pinxten, Steisianasari Mileiva |

In Indonesia, the current state of human capital—the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate throughout their lives—does indeed demand significant attention. Indonesia’s score on the…

Camilla Holmemo |