Lina Saah, a 39-year-old Liberian mother, is facing stigma and difficulty returning to her community after surviving Ebola. Read how Lina is moving forward with help from IDA and others.
Amount provided by IDA to help Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone recover and rebuild from the crisis
New IDA funding will improve maternal, newborn and child healthcare for millions of mothers and their young children across Myanmar’s 330 townships.
Number of pregnant women and children to benefit
With IDA’s emergency grant, farmers in Ebola-hit countries will receive 10,500 tons of maize and rice seed in time for the April planting season.
Number of people at risk in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone
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The International Development Association (IDA) is the World Bank's fund for the poorest.