More Trust will Power a Stronger Recovery in Latin America and Caribbean
New IDB Report reveals that increasing trust is key to a more dynamic business sector and economic reforms needed for a stronger post-COVID recovery in the region.
Trust is the most pressing and yet least discussed problem confronting Latin America and the Caribbean. By making trust a goal of public policy, and not simply its byproduct, countries can accelerate growth and employment.
To build resilience against external shocks and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Caribbean countries must advance key fiscal and financial reforms that range from stronger tax and pensions systems to improved debt and financial management.
The coronavirus is changing the way people access education and training opportunities. The IDB has created the #Movingonline initiative, supporting the transition from face-to-face to online training.
Discover how the combination of institutional capacities, access to information and digital technologies can empower citizens, increase transparency and prevent corruption.
The Violencia Cero (Zero Violence) project brought together more than 200 teams from 14 countries to create solutions against gender-based violence. Three winning projects combine technological innovation and creative entrepreneurship to improve access to justice and safe spaces for those who need it most.
Ecological waste management systems have improved the lives of more than 5,000 families in Bolivia, who now have sanitation services appropriate to their geographic and cultural context.