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This Newsletter is produced by the Civil Society Team of the World Bank (WB) in collaboration with other WB units. The Newsletter highlights some of the many policies, programs, and initiatives of the WB which may involve or be of interest to CSOs.
A bi-weekly summary of World Bank activities in the East Asia and Pacific region.
Reports on research done by the Finance & Private Sector Research Team and include information on conferences, research, new datasets, and policy news.
The Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS) newsletter showcases newly available household survey datasets, results from cutting-edge methodological research, and highlights from recent analytical work exploring welfare around the world.
Monthly updates on World Bank events and publications related to Development Economics Research.
The Newsletter highlights the role of the World Bank Group (WBG) in helping to achieve the SDGs, in its operations, its knowledge products, and in partnership with the UN system, the private sector, civil society, governments, multilateral development banks, and academia. The newsletter is produced by the Office of the WBG Senior Vice President for the 2030 Agenda, UN Relations and Partnerships, working in collaboration with other WBG units.
Updates on feature stories, multimedia, publications, and blog posts related to trade and competitiveness
The Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) Newsletter is an information resource provided by the World Bank Group¿s PPP team. It provides up-to-date content showcasing how and when PPPs can be used to help address infrastructure needs and the World Bank Group¿s twin goals -- eliminating extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity -- by enhancing the reach and quality of the delivery of basic services.