The World Bank’s Tokyo Development Learning Centre (TDLC) supports integrated urban and transport development through lending and technical assistance projects in developing countries and knowledge exchange events, such ...
By 2045, the world's urban population will increase by 1.5 times to 6 billion. City leaders must move quickly to plan for growth and provide the basic services, infrastructure, and affordable housing their expanding populations need.
Disasters hurt the poor and vulnerable the most. Over the past decade, the World Bank has emerged as the global leader in disaster risk management, supporting client countries to assess exposure to hazards and address disaster risks.
Interview with Mr. Ahmed Zaki (Mayor of Kabul City, Afghanistan)
Why is urban regeneration relevant and important for City of Kabul?
Watch the interview with Ahmed Zaki, Mayor of Kabul City, from the Urban Regeneration Technical Deep Dive.
Voices of Technical Deep Dive Participants
"The Technical Deep Dive (TDD) has provided me and our municipality facts, and knowledge contributing to decision making processes in solid waste management." (A delegate from Panama)