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WBG Dev For Peace 5h
The SWEDD project, supported by is an education + training program that has supported women and girls in 5 countries in the Sahel, providing hope to communities ravaged by conflict. Learn how it’s helping in :
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WBG Dev For Peace 11h
Did you know that the through is planning to increase support to building ’s by 50% to improve outcomes? What could this mean for people in countries like ?
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World Bank Gov 19h
Why is important? It helps governments improve: 🛣️roads 🥤water & sanitation 💉health services 👩🏽‍🎓education outcomes ⚖️fair laws & justice ⬇️ inequalities 🔎government transparency 🤝trust in government
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 16
Joint report w/ explores data on the challenges faced by Afghan returnees. "To identify & agree on the best ways of addressing these challenges, access to accurate data and analysis is key," World Bank Afghanistan Country Director, Henry Kerali
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 16
saw a huge influx of returnees from Pakistan in 2016- at a time when employment opportunities had shrank & had risen to 55%-making it harder for them to find & report explores ways to address the challenges
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 15
Over the last 75 years, has worked to harness the power of markets, inclusive economic growth, and knowledge sharing to improve the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable. Read more of ’s essay:
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 15
A recent joint + report finds of the over 2M who returned from between 2014 - 2017, majority faced worse financial conditions w/ widespread and lower access to and services. More:
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 15
How does your country fare by income? The 2019-2020 classifications are out:
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United Nations Jul 12
What's the difference between a refugee and a migrant? Refugees are forced to flee their country escaping conflict, violence or persecution. More details from ⬇️
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Kristalina Georgieva Jul 15
Thank you to Joanne Carter and for inviting me to discuss , fragility and partnerships to . Great energy and a great start to the week!
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Annette Dixon Jul 12
Reducing fragility, conflict, and violence is vital to ending poverty, boosting shared prosperity and building . How can we accomplish this? Share your views here:
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World Bank Jul 12
Development never sleeps! Join us for a live, 24-hour “” where experts from the Bank and beyond will engage with you on the development challenges facing the world today.
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 10
Fostering economic opportunities for the displaced and their hosts alike is essential for building inclusive, resilient and . BLOG:
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 10
.: Fast-growing cities are already struggling to provide services to new populations. Many cities are now struggling to address the additional challenge of hosting displaced people—either by climate change or conflict.
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 10
For over a decade, armed conflicts in , , , and have caused tragic levels of destruction and disorder across the region. can play a central role in alleviating these issues and transforming the region. New blog:
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WBG Gender Jul 9
Applications are open for the 2020 and Development Marketplace, awarding innovative research to address gender-based violence
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Kristalina Georgieva Jul 10
Today, I saw the very difficult situation faced by hundreds of thousands of refugees in Cox’s Bazar and the efforts being made to help them.
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 9
[VIDEO] in fragile and conflict-affected states. is supporting countries to stem the tide of fragility and foster peace and stability. Watch and see how we are working in countries like , , and .
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 9
Building a capable public service is fundamental to post-conflict state building. But in post-conflict settings short-term pressures often outweigh this longer-term objective. Here are lessons learned from 5 country examples from a book:
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WBG Dev For Peace Jul 9
How can we maximize partnerships to ensure we're meeting the needs of the world's most vulnerable people? REPLAY:
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