According to two rounds of a pulse survey, 74% of countries reported disruptions to communicable disease treatment, 73% reported disruptions to immunization, and 38% reported disruptions to non-…

Denizhan Duran, Rekha Menon |

The Government of Lesotho has spearheaded several innovations in health. These innovations have been translated into more health service utilization that might have contributed to the improvements…

Omer Zang, Francisca Ayodeji Akala |

Governance is the effective result of a social contract between the state & the citizen – sometimes explicit, but more often implied. This mutually beneficial agreement is is predicated on…

Vinay Sharma, Felipe Goya |

To increase tax revenues, Tajikistan is striving to improve the efficiency of tax administration, and as such, since 2013, the country has been receiving support from the World Bank-financed Tax…

Raul Felix Junquera-Varela, Maya Gusarova, Anna Custers |

The flow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Africa has shifted over the past decade, as new sources of investment have emerged and new sectors have expanded.

Christine Zhenwei Qiang, Peter Kusek, Victor Steenbergen, Brody Viney |

Fighting Corruption Requires a Pandemic-like Response

Rajni Bajpai |

Informal activity is widespread in emerging market and developing economies.

Shu Yu, Dana Vorisek |

Given the importance of equitable domestic resource mobilization to the “Building Back Better” recovery efforts, and based on research and investment in accountable tax systems, the Transparency…

Torben Fischer, Stephen Davenport, Anna Custers, Michael Jarvis |

Introducing the Future of Government Initiative’s Debate Series. The first event in the series will address: What will citizens and businesses demand of government in the future? What will be the …

Ed Olowo-Okere |

Many countries in Africa are undertaking reforms in the management of public investments to support competitiveness and service delivery outcomes. Kenya is reviewing its public investment…

Onur Erdem, Claire Davanne |