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    Building new transmission infrastructure and fostering regional cooperation among the Central Asian countries of Tajikistan and Kyrgyz Republic and the South Asian countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Read More »
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    The Bank developed two lower growth scenarios for Russia. The outlook is highly dependent on a recovery in businesses’ and consumers’ confidence and how the geopolitical risks unfold. Read More »
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Child in Tajikistan
The World Bank Group delivers integrated solutions to help client countries address their development challenges.
Shared Prosperity in Europe and Central Asia
Sustained growth of the bottom 40 percent requires structural policies that facilitate access to assets and that reconcile equity and growth for all.
Young Roma
The Roma are the largest and most vulnerable minority group in Eastern Europe, and face significant social and economic issues.
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Energy in Europe and Central Asia
Increasing energy efficiency, utilizing renewable energy sources, and reducing carbon dioxide emissions are priorities for many countries in the region.
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Kristyn Schrader-King

kschrader@worldbank.org