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18 мая, 16:58

In Ghana, Solar-Powered Mini-Grids Bring Security and New Economic Opportunities

Ghana provides electricity for 83% of its population, the second highest rate in Sub-Saharan Africa, but connecting isolated areas to the grid has proved very difficult. The solution: investing in solar-powered mini-grids like this one, built with support from IDA, the World Bank Group's fund for the poorest. In the towns around the Volta River, 10,000 Ghanaians now enjoy uninterrupted power, which enhances security and brings new economic opportunities. "It was difficult operating my business when we didn't have access to electricity. I can now work at night and my business has greatly improved", says seamstress Agather Abotse.

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17 мая, 23:48

Nhà nước kiến tạo để Việt Nam phát triển

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Việt Nam cần có một nhà nước kiến tạo để đạt được các mục tiêu về tăng năng suất, năng lực cạnh tranh, tăng trưởng kinh tế và thịnh vượng một cách bền vững, qua đó trở thành quốc gia thịnh vượng, sáng tạo, công bằng và dân chủ vào năm 2035.

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17 мая, 23:47

Vietnam: Improving Governance to Strengthen Development

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Improving governance can help Vietnam improve productivity, competitiveness and economic growth as they look to increase prosperity by 2035.

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17 мая, 23:17

Towards a More Inclusive South Africa

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Tackling the root causes of poverty, inequality, and unemployment through coordinated reforms, could help South Africa make further progress toward its Vision 2030 in the National Development Plan, according to a recently released World Bank Group Systematic Country Diagnostic for South Africa. Reducing poverty and inequality are also at the core of the World Bank Group’s corporate mission. Many of the identified root causes are linked to South Africa’s long history of exclusion.

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17 мая, 23:13

Maximiser les financements pour le développement

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Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale redéfinit son approche du financement du développement en aidant ses pays clients à mobiliser le secteur privé afin d’optimiser l’utilisation de ressources publiques limitées. Nous continuons ainsi à promouvoir la bonne gouvernance, ainsi qu’à veiller à la viabilité environnementale et sociale. Pour en savoir plus sur la stratégie qui consiste à maximiser les financements pour le développement, rendez-vous sur http://wrld.bg/xlfO30k2fea.

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16 мая, 21:51

Modern, Fair and Open Public Procurement Systems Matter for Developing Countries

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Developing countries spend $820 billion each year purchasing goods and services from the private sector. Public procurement is the world’s largest marketplace and offers huge opportunities for firms. But unfair, unpredictable and non-transparent practices can prevent small and medium sized firms from bidding on projects. The World Bank Group is working with governments to create procurement systems that are transparent, fair and efficient.

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16 мая, 20:51

Maximizar el financiamiento para el desarrollo

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El Grupo Banco Mundial está reformulando su enfoque del financiamiento para el desarrollo, ayudando a sus países clientes a atraer al sector privado con el objeto de optimizar el uso de los escasos recursos públicos. Mediante este esfuerzo, mantiene su compromiso de promover el buen gobierno y garantizar la sostenibilidad ambiental y social. Para obtener más información sobre el enfoque “maximizar el financiamiento para el desarrollo”, visite: http://wrld.bg/Vyfm30k26ET

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16 мая, 15:04

World Bank Group President Kim: We Are Proud To Be a Champion for LGBTI Inclusion

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The World Bank Group stands with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) community and will continue working toward the equality and inclusion of LGBTI people in all aspects of society everywhere in the world, says President Jim Yong Kim on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOT). Learn more: http://www.worldbank.org/socialdevelopment/sogi

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15 мая, 23:57

Connaissez-vous le programme Hydromet en Afrique ?

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Les services hydrométéorologiques ont pour objectif de fournir aux pays et aux populations du continent des données fiables et en temps réel sur les conditions météorologiques, hydrologiques et climatiques, afin de les aider à renforcer leur résilience au changement climatique et à atteindre leurs objectifs de développement économique.

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15 мая, 23:48

ﻗﺎﻋدة ﺑﯾﺎﻧﺎت المؤشر العالمي للشمول المالي 2017: ﻗﯾﺎس مستوى الشمول اﻟﻣﺎﻟﻲ وﺛورة اﻟﺗﮐﻧوﻟوﺟﯾﺎ اﻟﻣﺎﻟﯾﺔ

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يعد الوصول إلى الخدمات المالية أمرًا هامًا للتنمية العالمية، مما يسهل الاستثمار في الصحة والتعليم والعمل. تساعد الحسابات المصرفية أو خدمات المال المحمول العائلات على إدارة حالات الطوارئ الاقتصادية التي يمكن أن تدفعهم إلى الفقر. ووفقًا لقاعدة ﺑﯾﺎﻧﺎت المؤشر العالمي للشمول المالي 2017، يتزايد تحقيق الشمول المالي عالمياً، ولكن التقدم غير متكافئ، مازال هناك 1.7 مليار بالغ لا يمتلكون حسابات مصرفية. كما تظهر البيانات أن الهواتف المحمولة والإنترنت تفتح المجال للوصول إلى الخدمات المالية لملايين الأشخاص لأول مرة.

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15 мая, 21:36

Why Sri Lanka needs to invest more in early childhood education

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Meet Yasuri Chamathka, a young girl who lives with her family in Sri Lanka’s western province and is enrolled in an early childhood development center. She is one lucky student as only 65 percent of Sri Lankan children between 3-5 benefit from an early education program. This is about to change as the government of Sri Lanka has committed to improving early childhood care and education through the Early Childhood Development Project financed by the World Bank.

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15 мая, 21:35

African Leaders Unite to Modernize Hydro-Meteorological Services

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Hydromet services provide real-time weather, water, early warning, and climate data critically needed for growth and sustainable, climate-resilient development globally. To deliver hydromet services, National Meteorological Services (NMSs) and National Hydrological Services (NHSs) provide governments, communities and private sector organizations with information that, when used effectively, can protect their lives and property, and can improve people’s economic well-being through timely forecasting and early warning of high-impact hydrological and meteorological phenomena. http://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/africa_hydromet_program