The recent responses by governments in the Middle East and North Africa to curb the spread of COVID-19 has highlighted the need for safe, resilient and sustainable modes of mobility.
A new World Bank report found the pandemic threatens to reverse hard-won gains made in global health and human capital over the past decade.
Today we live in times of a pandemic with a silent and aggressive virus, which can even be lethal and has transformed our lives, where the best recipe is to rethink our cities, rethink our codes…
World Bank Group President David Malpass provides an update about recent developments on issues of debt transparency and sustainability, vaccine and healthcare responses, and others.
In the MENA region, the demand for broadband services and data has increased significantly during the pandemic.
In the face of COVID-19, how can we protect mass transit and build momentum for sustainable urban mobility?
Successful cable car projects in Latin America are a vital reference for proper management and implementation of this infrastructure in the region and the world
On June 10, 2020, Mosul celebrated the opening of “Al-Hurriyya” or “Freedom” Bridge, which was reconstructed with financing from the World Bank. The reopening of this bridge will change the lives…
The COVID-19 pandemic is devastating lives and livelihoods globally. Before the pandemic, the World Bank projected that 35 million people in East Asia and the Pacific would escape poverty in 2020…
COVID-19 poses a threat to people everywhere, but some groups will bear the worst brunt of its impact.