Djibouti is a small country in which more than 40 percent of its people live in extreme poverty. It is poorly endowed with natural resources and has limited arable land, rainfall and water.
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April 14, 2015 — The Middle East and North Africa region has achieved near universal access to health and education, but there is widespread dissatisfaction with the quality of the services providedRead More »
April 14, 2015 — What is holding the region back from creating jobs and improving public services? Watch the replay video of the live discussion held on April 15, 2015 at the World Bank where panelists discussed the need for a new social contract to address the demands of Arab World citizens.Read More »
March 22, 2015 — The Arab World is the driest region globally, with 12 of the world’s most water scarce countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Libya, Oman, the Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.Read More »
February 4, 2015 — The number of children at school in Djibouti has increased but space needs to be created for more students to keep pace with population growth. A new program is financing more classrooms, schools in rural areas, teacher training and student learning materials, including hearing-aids and glasses for students who need them.Read More »
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Djibouti: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*