GWSP: Big ideas for small islands

Stephane Dahan |

One of the most important prerequisites to the economic transformation of a country is reliable electricity supply. Reliable electricity is underpinned by a power sector that is financially…

Zainab Usman |

Download the full infographic  About 5 years ago we embarked on a global initiative titled “Thirsty Energy” to respond to water-energy nexus challenges around the world. The initiative, a joint…

Anna Delgado Martin, Diego Juan Rodriguez |

Picture an island in Bangladesh that is so remote that there is no way the traditional electricity could reach it. Not now, and probably not anytime soon. That was the situation in Monpura just a…

Riccardo Puliti |

Co-authored with Amit Patel, Assistant Professor. University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School for Policy and Global Studies
 

Luisa M. Mimmi, Christian Borja-Vega |

Co-authors: William Young, Lead Water Resources Management Specialist, the World Bank   Thomas Hopson Ankit Avasthi   Download the Report in the World Bank's Open Knowledge Repository The…

Satya Priya |

This blogpost is part of a series of thematic blogs for the World Bank's Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Poverty Diagnostic. Woman carries water containers near polluted stream…

Libbet Loughnan, Craig Kullmann |

This blog is co-authored with Lawrence Haddad,  Executive Director, The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)Other co-authors: Beatrice Montesi, GAIN  Martin P. Gambrill, The World Bank …

Claire Chase |

Rainwater harvesting for drip irrigation, Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Photo credit: Wisions.net Everybody depends on it; there is no substitute for it if we run out; in some places, it’s more…

Jonas Jägermeyr |

Amy Pickering laughs when she thinks of all the things that went wrong with the impact evaluation she recently completed of a water chlorination project in the slums of Bangladesh’s capital city…

Daphna Berman |