Also available in: Español Photo: Andy Shuai Liu/World Bank Invented over a century ago for exploring mountainous regions, aerial cable cars have recently made an appearance in several big cities…

Leonardo Canon Rubiano, Wenyu Jia, Georges Darido |

Increasing the number of jobs publicly listed, enabling public and private institutions to better connect workers to jobs will not likely solve the jobs problem in developing countries. (Photo: …

Jacqueline Mazza |

English version   En los últimos años, el interés hacia las imágenes satelitales se ha vuelto cada vez más fuerte. Herramientas como Google Earth, drones y microsatélites han acaparado los…

Sarah Elizabeth Antos, Nancy Lozano Gracia, Ana I. Aguilera |

The buzz around satellite imagery over the past few years has grown increasingly loud. Google Earth, drones, and microsatellites have grabbed headlines and slashed price tags. Urban planners are…

Sarah Elizabeth Antos, Nancy Lozano Gracia, Ana I. Aguilera |

In the previous blog, we discussed how remote sensing techniques could be used to map and inform policymaking in secondary cities, with a practical application in 10 Central American cities. In…

Sarah Elizabeth Antos, Nancy Lozano Gracia, Ana I. Aguilera |

  Le 15 juillet est l'occasion de célébrer la Journée mondiale des compétences des jeunes, et, à cette occasion, nous nous penchons sur certaines des difficultés que pose l’emploi des jeunes…

Zubedah Robinson |

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Zubedah Robinson |

We are all too familiar with these figures: on average, only 50% of the population in Latin America is connected to sewerage and 30% of those households receive any treatment. These figures are…

Diego Juan Rodriguez |

This blog is part of the series "Small changes, big impacts: applying #behavioralscience into development". While Latin America is rich in water, people’s ability to access safe,…

Juan Jose Miranda, Paul Ferraro |

Este blog es parte de la serie "Pequeños cambios, grandes impactos: aplicando #cienciasdelcomportamiento al desarrollo"   Si bien América Latina y el Caribe es rica en agua, el acceso a…

Juan Jose Miranda, Paul Ferraro |