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Equality of opportunity for children in Egypt, 2000-2009 : achievements and challenges (Inglês)

This paper provides relevant indicators and measurements useful for public policies seeking the expansion of equitable human development opportunities for Egyptian children and youth. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho sobre pesquisa de políticas WPS6159 AUG 01, 2012

Velez, Carlos E.; Al-Shawarby, Sherine; El-Laithy, Heba Disclosed

Turning Latin America's water utilities green : lessons from Spain (Inglês)

From June 13 to June 17, 2011 a delegation from the Administración de las Obras Sanitarias del Estado (National Water Supply and Sanitation Company of Uruguay, or OSE) and the LCSUW Unit at the World Bank traveled to Spain to observe how Spanish water and sanitation utilities are responding to climate change. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 71744 JAN 01, 2012

Eiseman,Elizabeth Hunter; Velez,Carlos E.; Yee-Batista,Carmen Rosa Disclosed

Innovative results-based approach to tackling water scarcity in Sao Paulo : Abordagem Inovadora Baseada em Resultados para Combater Escassez de Água em São Paulo (Português)

Water is an essential part of supporting sustainable economic growth within a more equitable and inclusive society. Possessing about 14 percent of the world's water, Brazil is rich in water resources, but 70 percent is in the Amazon River and only 1.6 percent in the State of Sao Paulo, where 25 percent of the population resides and 33 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) is generated. ... Exibir mais +

Informativo 56688 AUG 01, 2010

Tierney,Julia; Velez,Carlos E. Inglês, Disclosed

Innovative results-based approach to tackling water scarcity in Sao Paulo (Inglês)

Water is an essential part of supporting sustainable economic growth within a more equitable and inclusive society. Possessing about 14 percent of the world's water, Brazil is rich in water resources, but 70 percent is in the Amazon River and only 1.6 percent in the State of Sao Paulo, where 25 percent of the population resides and 33 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) is generated. ... Exibir mais +

Informativo 56688 AUG 01, 2010

Tierney,Julia; Velez,Carlos E. Português, Inglês Disclosed