A coalition of ten MDBs today launched a new co-financing platform that will enable them to channel additional capital for development scale and impact.
WASHINGTON, April 18, 2024 —The World Bank Group today announced an ambitious plan to support countries in delivering quality, affordable health services to 1.5 billion people by 2030. This is part of ...
The World Bank Group and African Development Bank Group are partnering on an ambitious effort to provide at least 300 million people in Africa with electricity access by 2030.
Despite their high potential to advance global prosperity, one-half of the world’s 75 most vulnerable countries are facing a ...
Despite their high potential to advance global prosperity, one-half of the world’s 75 most vulnerable countries are facing a ...
The concept of digital government represents a fundamental shift in the way governments around the world are embracing their mission. From setting measurable administrative goals to improving public ...
More than a quarter of World Bank members are countries with a population below 1.5 million. Despite the diversity in size, development and geographic location, these countries share challenges ...
IBRD has mobilized finance for middle-income countries for more than 75 years, raising over $1 trillion from private investors since issuing its first bond in 1947. IBRD engages with investors through ...
The East Asia and Pacific (EAP) region is growing faster than the rest of the world, but slower than before the pandemic. While recovering global trade and easing financial conditions will support ...
Latin America and the Caribbean has made slow but consistent progress addressing the imbalances induced by the pandemic in an international environment that is just now showing signs of stabilizing.
VIENNA, April 11, 2024 — Economic growth in the Western Balkans is projected to rise in 2024, with further acceleration expected in 2025, bringing it back to pre-pandemic averages. To narrow the ...
Latin America and the Caribbean achieved significant progress in macroeconomic resilience over the past three decades, providing greater resilience against shocks such as rising inflationary pressures ...