The average net benefit of investing US$1 in more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries is US$4.

Haris Sanahuja, Mirtha Escobar, Alonso Brenes |

According to the World Bank’s latest economic update titled “What will be the new normal for Vietnam: the economic impact of COVID-19,” Vietnam is nonetheless in a good position to escape the…

Jacques Morisset |

The first comprehensive, regional stock-taking of levels of supply, quality, and affordability of infrastructure services in Asia presents data on infrastructure provision in three key economic…

Darwin Marcelo |

Helping address gender-based violence in large infrastructure projects through gender sensitization workshops.

Gopalaswamy Srihari, Parthapriya Ghosh |

COVID-19 has placed risk allocation of PPPs under a stress test: risks that seemed reasonable to take mere months ago may no longer be acceptable today. A new World Bank publication sets out…

Jenny Chao, Jason Zhengrong Lu |

Despite a slight decline that will stretch into 2020, new data from the World Bank’s Private Participation in Infrastructure Database shows private sector infrastructure investments were $96.7…

Seong Ho Hong, Fatouma Toure Ibrahima |

To date, 61 sub-projects for improving water, education, health, electricity, and roads have been implemented, reaching over 100,000 Iraqis.

René Leon Solano, Mustafa Kadhim |

The World Bank is working to ensure that contractual disputes that have risen due to disruptions are minimized in the development projects that will eventually resume.

Shanker Lal |