A year ago, the ambitious Internet para Todos project arrived in the small Andean town of Moya. No one could imagine that this initiative would allow local residents to weather a pandemic that has changed their daily lives and livelihoods.
An aging population presents the challenge of providing quality care to a growing number of elderly. But it also brings an economic opportunity that can benefit those who need it most.
The pandemic dashed the wanderlust of millions of travelers, causing one of the worst crises in the annals of the tourism sector, a key economic driver for countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. What can be done to restart it?
The digitization of invoices in Brazil has contributed to greater transparency, efficiency and tax collection, benefiting the government, companies and citizens.
Over 100 isolated communities in Surinam had only intermittent electricity, mostly from polluting generators. An IDB-financed electrification program brought 24-hour access to energy and light, transforming their quality of life.
For the millions living day to day across the region, the coronavirus presents an especially bleak reality. What policies can help carry them through the crisis?
The pandemic is an unprecedented test for Latin America and the Caribbean. And yet, its people are accustomed to fighting for progress in the face of daunting odds. Discover the achievements we’ve supported in recent years and the hope they can offer for tomorrow.
On International Afro-Latin and Afro-Caribbean Women's Day, we share stories of impediments and progress on the journey toward inclusion and equality.
This is the story of two women who are making sure the show goes on. Learn how, in Chile and Argentina, they are reactivating the performing arts and finding new forms of expression during the pandemic.