Investing in people: Social protection for Indonesia’s future
Indonesia’s education technology during COVID-19 and beyond
Telemedicine may offer some insights to help governments to set up an inexpensive, sustainable monitoring system that will improve the monitoring of construction projects in remote locations.
Sub-Saharan Africa has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. Nearly four in 10 girls marry each year before their 18th birthday, many of them becoming mothers at a young age.…
In Thailand, COVID-19 will worsen an already challenging situation for households facing droughts, stagnant wage growth, and rising poverty.
The COVID-19 pandemic is devastating lives and livelihoods globally. Before the pandemic, the World Bank projected that 35 million people in East Asia and the Pacific would escape poverty in 2020…
Today, the world is seeing an unprecedented freeze on work and production, a repercussion of the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the measures taken to confine it.
If there is a single lesson to draw from the pandemic, it is that transparency in public information can save lives and improve economic outcomes, by enhancing societal trust in the state.
Understanding learning outcomes: Empowering Indonesian parents to participate in children’s education.
Of the region’s 450 million people, nearly two-thirds, almost 300 million people, are under the age of 35. Unfortunately, this vast human resource is highly “untapped,” and nearly 80 percent of…