Like many parents globally, Djiboutian families are preparing their children for the start of the new school year. An increasing number of five-year-old girls and boys will have the chance to go…

Bridget Crumpton, Nevine Elnahass |

On May 15 this year, we were in Baghdad on what was a very special day for 350 primary education children. We had traveled north of the city with the World Bank education team for the opening…

Jaime Saavedra, Elisabeth Sedmik |

School closures due to COVID-19 have resulted in significant learning losses across Europe and Central Asia. Vaccinating school staff is critical to avoiding this.

Harry A. Patrinos, Alina Sava, Tigran Shmis |

This year in Lebanon, going back to school is a long-awaited event after prolonged school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nathalie Lahire, Hana El-Ghali, Farah Asfahani, Sherin Varkey |

The report examines economic inclusion programs and data from 100 organizations that have launched 219 economic inclusion programs in 75 countries around the world.

Michal Rutkowski, Rakesh Rajani, Shameran Abed, Birgit Pickel |

Shagara, an interdisciplinary green design studio, decided to take the lead and integrate shared value in its strategy and came up with a project that acts on two key issues: climate change and…

Mohamed Ashraf Abdel Samad |

How has the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing school closures impacted Pakistan? We are tracking the learning loss that has accumulated in the country and how the crisis affects schools and…

Koen Geven, Amer Hasan, Cristian Aedo |

It is now the 2020/21 school year, but it is taking much longer than usual for 22 million students in Egypt to go Back to School.

Amira Kazem |

Ceará, one of Brazil's poorest states of which Fortaleza is the capital, presents one of the first documented cases showing how a results-based intergovernmental transfer mechanism can lead…

Lars Sondergaard |