As countries grapple with the impact of COVID-19, policy makers are seeking effective, balanced solutions to address both public health and economic recovery challenges.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given telemedicine a massive boost. What does this mean for the future of healthcare in emerging markets?
In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), the coronavirus (COVID-19) is disproportionately affecting poor households, who are more likely to live in cramped conditions, often with elderly…
Ensuring better integration of refugees into host communities and longer-term investments in both refugees and their hosts.
Cancer, one of the leading non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Kenya, can have a crushing impact not just on those who suffer from them but also on the people around them.
This pandemic has a negative impact on Tunisian households in terms of income and consumption, in particular among the poorest, who are affected by job loss and food price increases.
A typical day for Samuel – a fruit stand vendor in Nairobi, Kenya – would start at 6 am, buying fruits from the wholesale market and selling them at a street corner of a bustling commercial area.…
Picture a small girl, not more than 13-years-old. The last thing that would come to your mind is this child being a mother or a wife. You’d expect a 13-year-old, or younger girl, to be playing…
The World Bank is offering a new procurement option to help countries access critically needed medical supplies.
Today, the world is seeing an unprecedented freeze on work and production, a repercussion of the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the measures taken to confine it.