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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
In sparsely populated Mongolia, mobile phones have transformed rural nomads’ day-to-day existence. Now they can more easily get medical help, keep in touch with urban relatives, and check prices for the cashmere they produce. “It’s also very useful for keeping track of missing animals,” one says.Read More »

A tiger in a photograph taken by an automatically triggered camera. © World Bank
BIODIVERSITY
To control the illegal wildlife trade, the World Bank is supporting a census of Bengal tigers in the Sundarbans region.

A vocational education and training center in Morocco. © Dana Smillie/World Bank
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