Public Research Organizations and Agricultural Development in Brazil ...
Public Research Organizations and Agricultural Development in Brazil : How Did Embrapa Get It Right? 4.6 One of the government’s initiatives to address Brazil’s stagnant agriculture sector and food scarcity was Embrapa (Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária).
Transmitting Renewable Energy to the Grid : The Case of Brazil
4.916665. Brazil has one of the world's cleanest energy portfolios, with 85.3 percent of overall energy production coming from renewable sources (compared with the worldwide average of 16 percent), and with 75 percent of the country's 105,000 megawatt (MW) installed generation capacity coming from hydropower plants alone.
Economic Premise | World Bank Group
Brazilian growth is slowing due to macroeconomic management, the... Knowledge Note. Sharing Prosperity by Closing South Asia's Infrastructure Gap ... The official sector plays a catalytic role in mobilizing long-term... Knowledge Note. Trade Costs and Development: A New Data Set. A global data set of bilateral trade costs based on trade and ...
Youth out of School and out of Work in Brazil | World Bank Group
Topics: Gender, Gender and Economic Empowerment, Gender and Employment Regions: Latin America & Caribbean GP: Gender Keywords: Unemployment, Education, Labor Markets, Young Men, Workers, Training Programs, Employment, Brazil Language: English Learning Mode: Knowledge Note Date Added: March 17, 2016 View and Download
Global Economic Prospects: Heightened Tensions, Subdued Investment
Latin America and the Caribbean: In Brazil, a weak cyclical recovery is expected to gain traction, with growth rising to 2.5% next year from 1.5% in 2019. DOCUMENT Middle East and North Africa: Regional growth is projected to rise to 3.2% in 2020, largely driven by rebound in growth among oil exporters
Brazil: Wastewater sets smallholders free in the Sertão - World Bank
Financing Government of Brazil, GEF, IFAD, smallholders and private-sector companies The sustainable development challenge Even in water-abundant countries such as Brazil, water still emerges as a constraint affecting particular livelihoods, farming systems or specific geographies. The Sertão
Agua Brasil | World Bank Group
Experience and lessons from water sector projects in Brazil. Tweet; Share; Share; 人人网
Circular Economy and the Private Sector | World Bank Group
System shocks tend to compel the private sector to reimagine the future of business, innovate, assess supply chains, and create value in the midst of uncertainty. This shift has been well documented under COVID-19 and will continue to be felt as the world tackles the Earth’s planetary boundaries. A circular economy – centered on principles ...
EDUCATION SECTOR BRIEF - World Bank
For example, one study in Brazil found that 8% of students from 5th to 8th grade had witnessed sexual violence within the school environment.1 ... • The education sector can also collaborate with other sectors to ensure that girls’ and young women’s well-being is safeguarded. It can also provide vital support to community-level social
Global Market Report: Soybeans
It is the eighth in the International Institute for Sustainable Development's (IISD) Sustainable Commodities Marketplace Series, which presents market information and analysis on agricultural commodities to foster transparency, knowledge, and strategic decision making for sustainable development.