KYIV, February 15, 2024—After almost two years of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, an updated joint Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment (RDNA3) released today by the Government of Ukraine, the ...
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In the MENA region, the lack of childcare options is identified as the most challenging barrier for women to join the labor market. Female labor force participation in the Mashreq countries is among ...
The objective of the project is to improve the coordination of social assistance activities, provide temporary social assistance support to rural households, and increase inclusion of the extreme poor ...
The World Bank Group Board of Directors approved the 2024-2027 Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Colombia today. This new strategic alliance, which will guide the World Bank Group work program ...
WASHINGTON, February 12, 2024 — The World Bank has extended a facility of close to $300 million to the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (TDB), to support distributed renewable ...
The World Bank Board of Directors today approved a significant initiative aimed at addressing urgent challenges in the Senegal River Valley (SRV), an area vital for local economies and residents that ...
US$15.5 million was given to the shipwreck salvaging activity to clean up the Simpson Bay Lagoon. Salvaged exactly 139 shipwrecks and disposed of almost 4,000 metric tons of waste in an ...
In Indonesia, one disabled child out of three lacks access to education. If a disabled child is in school, he or she is likely not getting the supports they need. A pilot program assessing the needs ...
Fragility, conflict, and violence pose serious challenges to global peace, stability, and development. Partnerships are critical in better supporting governments in crisis-affected settings to meet ...
PHNOM PENH, February 15, 2024 — Cambodia can do more to translate increased public spending on social services sectors into stronger health and education outcomes, a World Bank review of public ...