Companies need digital talent to compete in today’s economy. Can the bootcamp model give Latin America and the Carribean a competitive edge?
Behind every project we finance is the quiet, critical work of our Office of Institutional Integrity. Learn how it helps bring transparency to complex development work.
The Mexican company Ejido Verde is renovating the historic pine resin industry, detonating productivity and the generation of community jobs, while positioning itself at the forefront of climate change mitigation.
Since 2016, IDB Lab has supported the Monge Foundation to design innovations to integrate young people from vulnerable communities into the labor market. Some of the young beneficiaries were so successful that the UN invited them to speak in one of its forums.
On our sixtieth anniversary, let’s travel back in time and hear some of the stories behind our work to improve lives in Latin America and the Caribbean – from microcredit to MOOCs and much more. Join us!
The potential of the film industry is infinite. Its benefits go beyond the bottom line, generating social transformations. See how through the story of the protagonist of Roma, winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 2019.
In Latin America, more and more cities are using civic technology and citizen participation to generate solutions to mobility problems. Learn about the case of a Dominican city that managed to map its transportation system with the help of everyone, thanks to digital and open source technologies.
Female participation in the workforce is key to trigger development in agriculture. Under an IDB-backed project, the women of Suriname are adopting new technologies and best practices to farm cassava.
Food insecurity is a scenario that frequently goes unnoticed, compared with other problems in the region. However, although food production continues to rise, one in 10 Latin Americans suffer from malnutrition and more than 42 million regularly go hungry.