Young women in Latin America and the Caribbean may be deprived of ‘hope’ due to poverty, lack of opportunities and gender norms that restrict their options.
Ceará, one of Brazil's poorest states of which Fortaleza is the capital, presents one of the first documented cases showing how a results-based intergovernmental transfer mechanism can lead…
In a post-COVID world, transport could become even more important to the social and economic inclusion of people across Latin America—especially women.
The average net benefit of investing US$1 in more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries is US$4.
Only a few months ago, mentioning the words discrimination and racism was taboo in many topics of the public agenda.
According to a Pan American Health Organization assessment, nearly seven out of 10 hospitals in Latin America and the Caribbean are in areas vulnerable to natural hazards.
Central America’s diverse population includes more than 60 groups of Indigenous Peoples, whose systems of cultural, economic, political, and social organization have developed over centuries.
Brazil’s poorest people, who were already unduly affected by the economic crisis of 2014-16, are now at greater risk from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
From bus schedules to personal safety and gender roles, there are many different factors that can affect how women move around. A new World Bank study takes a closer look at women's mobility…
It is hard to believe that only 70 years ago, in most Latin American countries, women could not vote. Or even more recently, women’s access to land under agrarian reforms depended on factors .…