В Центральной Азии около 22 млн человек, а это более трети населения региона, до сих пор не имеют доступа к безопасному для здоровья источнику воды. Большинство из них – сельские жители.

Lilia Burunciuc |

In Central Asia, government agencies and water utilities are faced with aging infrastructure, inefficiencies, and poor performance, and have thus embarked upon critical sector reforms to address…

Lilia Burunciuc |

The death toll from Cyclone Idai that ripped into Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi in March 2019 is now above 1, 000, with damages estimated at $2 billion. In 2018, more than 10, 000 people lost…

Abhas Jha |

Cyclone Idai is one of the most devastating storms to ever hit Africa, causing catastrophic damage in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe.

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Michel Matera |

Aerial view of the landscape around Halimun Salak National Park, West Java, Indonesia. © Kate Evans/CIFOR This blog post was originally published on Project Syndicate. Today, only 30% of the world…

Mahmoud Mohieldin, Anna Wellenstein |

© Kate Evans/CIFOR Este blog ha sido publicado por primera vez en Project Syndicate. [[tweetable]]Para la mayoría de la gente pobre y vulnerable del mundo, los derechos de propiedad seguros,…

Mahmoud Mohieldin, Anna Wellenstein |

Sun or rain? Most of us rely on the daily weather forecast to know what to wear or whether to bring an umbrella. However, for millions of people living in flood prone areas, timely and accurate…

Adeline Choy, Jolanta Kryspin-Watson, Zuzana Stanton-Geddes |

Photo: Felix_Broennimann | Pixabay Creative Commons   Infrastructure is a key driver for growth, employment, and better quality of life in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). But…

Deblina Saha |

Fire has been a part of India’s landscape since time immemorial. Every year, forest fires rage through nearly every state, ravaging more than half of India’s districts. Today, with growing…

Christopher Sall |

Zimbabwe’s fields and forests are becoming drier. Photo: Arne Hoel/World Bank Dried, mopane worms are traditionally offered to foreigners visiting Zimbabwe as a welcoming snack. Not really worms…

Pablo Benitez |