A month after world leaders met at the UN General Assembly to recommit to financing for universal health coverage, the global health community gathers in Berlin for the World Health Summit.

Katri Bertram, Toomas Palu |

Children from Gwoza, an area within Borno State, North East, Nigeria. Photo by: Nabil Shaiban/World Bank Her tears remain vivid in my mind. She was one of so many young Nigerian kids that we met…

Nabil Ali Shaiban |

Photo: © Masaru Goto / World Bank

Quentin Wodon |

IDPs in North-East Nigeria. Photo by Immanuel Afolabi,  The Center on Conflict and Development at Texas A&M University Oumar (not his real name) lives with his parents and six younger siblings…

Rachid Benmessaoud |

Photo credit: "Children on the Run" report by UNHCR Also available in:Français | Español | العربية  [[tweetable]]It’s not just war that sends people into exile.[[/tweetable]] A young…

Alys Willman, Cordelia Chesnutt |

Amid the devastating effects of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak to human lives, communities, institutions, systems and the economy, there are lessons to be learned for the region to be better…

Ayodeji Oluwole Odutolu, Ritgak Dimka, Mayowa Oluwatosin Alade |

Also available in: Español | Français | العربية Nigeria has reason to celebrate. The country recently marked one year with no polio cases, bringing the world one step closer to eradicating a…

Julia Ross |

President Buhari of Nigeria vaccinates his 3-month-old granddaughter to mark one year of no polio cases in Nigeria. ​Photo courtesy of Dr. Andrew Etsano, Incident Manager of the Nigeria Polio…

Ayodeji Oluwole Odutolu, Benjamin Loevinsohn, Shunsuke Mabuchi |

This week at the Third International Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, we’ve seen the birth of a new era in global health financing.   The World Bank Group, together with our…

Tim Evans |