Inequality and Shared Prosperity

A new study analyzes how fisheries can be more sustainable, while contributing to food security, export earnings, and jobs in Sri Lanka.

Sachiko Kondo, Nadeera Rajapakse, Tijen Arin|

By addressing core issues in its social protection programs targeted for early years, Bangladesh can continue to make further gains in human capital and help to bring more children from poor and…

Mostafa Amir Sabbih, Aneeka Rahman, Aline Coudouel|

With one billion, or 15% of the world’s population, experiencing a form of disability, and 80% living in low- and middle-income countries, we must consider the impacts of natural hazards on…

Yusra Uzair, Simone Balog-Way, Mari Koistinen|

While countries should take advantage of the apparel industry to bring more women in the labor force, they also need policies to tackle barriers that prevent women from pursuing careers.

Stacey Frederick, Gladys Lopez-Acevedo, Raymond Robertson, Mexico Vergara|

In understanding the impact of COVID-19 on the Thai population, the World Bank, in conjunction with Gallup Poll, conducted a rapid phone survey from April 27 to June 15, 2021.

Nadia Belhaj Hassine Belghith, Tanida Arayavechkit|
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Inequality and Shared Prosperity