IDB, World Bank, Central American Bank for Economic Integration Expand Support to Central America
The three banks pledge short-, medium- and long-term support for humanitarian needs and reconstruction in Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
To close its infrastructure gap, Latin America and the Caribbean needs more than investment in new structures. In this new study, the IDB provides an in-depth diagnostic of access, quality, and affordability of infrastructure services in the region.
Regional analysis of policies for a sustained recovery in the medium and long term, focusing on productive policies, social policies and macro-fiscal policies.
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.
The “Zero Line” web application enables citizen services to continue in a time of social distancing.
Economic and fiscal policy recommendations to help governments to combat the effects of the coronavirus.
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?