Updating to modular bridges in Solomon Islands offers an opportunity to increase climate resilience and safety for rural communities.
The government of Japan and the World Bank are working with developing countries to boost resilience in infrastructure projects.
A new knowledge exchange platform, UKEP, was launched in March 2022 with support from the QII Partnership and ESMAP. It will help stakeholders in the power sector—including utilities, energy sector institutions, regulators, system operators, the private sector, and World Bank teams—identify best practices, improve operational efficiencies, stimulate businesses, and accelerate technological innovation.
Isn’t achieving high-quality growth a goal of infrastructure investment? The Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment (QII) propose inclusive, resilient decisions to affect the economy, environment, and society—central now to building back better from COVID-19.
Jane Jamieson, Program Manager of the QII Partnership, explains what Quality Infrastructure Investment is and how it contributes to sustainable development.
Infrastructure is profoundly connected with—and drives—development. Find out how the Quality Infrastructure Investment principles were successfully applied in the Japanese cities of Toyoma and Fukuoka.
The Quality Infrastructure Investment (QII) Partnership between the World Bank and the government of Japan provides grant support for incorporating the QII Principles in World Bank infrastructure projects. Read the QII 2022 Partnership Annual Report.
The World Bank Group and the government of Japan established the Quality Infrastructure Investment (QII) Partnership to raise awareness and scale up attention to the quality dimensions of infrastructure in developing countries.
In April 2020, the G20 endorsed an action plan for promoting quality infrastructure investment and accelerate efforts to mobilize private sources for infrastructure financing.