In urban areas in Africa, many sanitation utilities struggle to implement and sustain toilet construction projects after the initial source of financing has ended. As part of the World Bank's…

Odete Muximpua, Mwansa Nachula Mukuka, Josses Mugabi |

With over a century of experience, Japan is at the forefront of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. With the World Bank they’re building a robust partnership to boost resilient…

Imad N. Fakhoury, Megumi Muto, Sameh Wahba |

The Mozambique Digital Acceleration Project will ensure that many more Mozambicans can get online and have the skills to confidently and safely use digital technologies.

Casey Torgusson, Idah Z. Pswarayi-Riddihough |

Mozambique has experienced rapid economic growth over two decades, from 1993 to 2015. During that period, the country's growth, which was mainly driven by the extractive industry and public…

Fiseha Haile Gebregziabher, Fernanda Massarongo |

In 2016, the discovery of previously undisclosed debts upended Mozambique’s development trajectory. Mozambique was one of the world’s 10 fastest-growing economies for two decades.

Fiseha Haile Gebregziabher, Albert Pijuan Sala |

More and better agriculture jobs in Mozambique desperately needed, but not certain

Federica Ricaldi, Christopher Delgado |

Across African countries, Social Protection (SP) programs have steadily grown over the past two decades, and especially in response to COVID-19.

Samantha Zaldivar Chimal, Fiorella Paola Risso Brandon, Anna Machado |

Discover how the World Bank is helping countries make climate action more gender inclusive.

Bernice Van Bronkhorst |

Juergen Voegele reflects on the latest IPCC report and how addressing the climate crisis connects across the sustainable development agenda.

Juergen Voegele |

How an App is helping Mozambique’s informal service workers to earn more

Federica Ricaldi |