Government must consider compensation for victims of the devastating tropical storm that wreaked havoc mainly in Manicaland's south-eastern district early this year, leaving over 400 people dead an
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Washington DC — Unless urgent rescue plans are employed, nine of every 10 African nations would be living in abject poverty, the World Bank has warned.
The World Bank estimates the direct economic losses from Cyclone Idai in Mozambique to range from $656 million-$773 million, covering damage to buildings, infrastructure and agriculture, a note sen
Since the last 60 years, the village has never had piped water supply or even a single hand pump to draw water.
The continued dry spell across several parts of the country could depress economic growth and lead to an increase in inflation over the next one year.
The World Bank has approved a $82 million grant to increase access to electricity in five of the poorest provinces of Mozambique.
Millions of women worldwide are still unable to access and own land despite laws recognising their rights, researchers and campaigners said on Monday as they urged countries to bridge the gap betwe
The World Bank Group, yesterday, made several announcements to scale up support for both climate adaptation and mitigation in Africa during the third One Planet Summit.
The World Bank earlier this month approved $185 million in financing to help Bangladesh develop up to 310 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy and to mobilize private sector participation to help mee
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