In 2018, the World Bank Group provided a record-breaking $20.5 billion for climate action: doubling delivery from the year before the Paris Agreement… Joseph Inokotong, Abuja The World Bank Group yesterday in Washington DC announced a major new set of climate targets for 2021-2025, doubling its current five-year investments to around $200 billion in support […]
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Amechi Ogbonna, Bali, Indonesia Saddened by rising human capacity deficit in Nigeria and other African nations, the World Bank yesterday warned that the country risks a jobless workforce in the next 20 years unless the Federal Government devotes more resources to training and development of its human capital resources to guard against the catastrophic consequences […]
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Nigeria, yesterday, received another damning assessment from the World Bank Group on its education, health policies and development, describing them as very poor. …
Jim Yong Kim, World Bank president, says the institution’s advice to countries, including Nigeria to invest hard infrastructure was a wrong approach. Commenting on Nigeria’s ranking while unveiling the bank’s
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Nigeria has been ranked 152 out of 157 countries in the first ever Human Capital Index released by the World Bank Group. Unveiling the report on Thursday at the ongoing
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Jim Yong Kim, World Bank president, says subsidies provided by African countries help the rich more than the poor. Speaking to journalists at the ongoing Spring meetings of the International
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