In Panama, a healthy economic climate and enthusiastic institutional support provided an ideal testing ground for the World Bank’s Infrastructure Prioritization Framework (IPF). The country’s GDP…

Cledan Mandri-Perrott, Darwin Marcelo |

En Panamá, un entorno económico saludable y un apoyo institucional entusiasta proporcionaron el terreno de prueba ideal para el Marco de Priorización de Infraestructuras (IPF) del Banco Mundial.…

Cledan Mandri-Perrott, Darwin Marcelo |

Eight years on from the start of the global economic crisis, close to one quarter of the European Union’s population remains at risk of poverty or social exclusion. But one group in particular…

Mariam Sherman |

Сегодня, через восемь лет после начала глобального экономического кризиса,  почти четверть населения Европейского союза по-прежнему находится под угрозой бедности и социальной изоляции. Но одна…

Mariam Sherman |

La opt ani de la debutul crizei economice globale, aproape un sfert din populația Uniunii Europene este în continuare expusă la riscul de sărăcie sau excluziune socială. Însă un anumit grup iese…

Mariam Sherman |

When development practitioners such as ourselves think of poverty, the EU is not what comes to mind first. While it is true that average incomes are higher in Europe than in most regions of the…

Doerte Doemeland, Gabriela Inchauste |

Когда специалисты-практики в области развития, такие как мы, размышляем о бедности, в первую очередь на ум приходит, конечно же не ЕС. И хотя средний уровень доходов в Европе выше, чем в…

Doerte Doemeland, Gabriela Inchauste |

The expansion of household surveys in Africa can now show us the number of poor people in most countries in the region. This data is a powerful tool for understanding the challenges of poverty…

Kathleen Beegle |

During a recent study on social inclusion in Poland, one of the main questions our team wanted to answer was: which population groups are socially excluded? After posing this question to experts…

Rob Swinkels |

The first thirty minutes of Elzbieta’s day are the most precious.   Between five and five-thirty in the morning is the only time she gets to herself, which she uses to work out, or read a book.…

Beata Plonka |