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World Bank Group Infrastructure Action Plan - Africa Region
Africa’s infrastructure agenda is inherently regional due to large number of economies under US$10 billion GDP, landlocked countries and trans-boundary rivers (60 basins), as well as an uneven distri

Author: World Bank Group
Organisation: World Bank Group
Publish Date: No date
World Bank Group Infrastructure Action Plan - Middle East and North Africa Region
Describes an action plan for the financial year 2012-15 by the World Bank, highlighting the infrastructure issues and discussing the lessons learned in the 2008-11 FY.
Author: World Bank Group
Organisation: World Bank Group
Publish Date: No date
World Development Report 2011- Conflict, Security, and Development
This World Development Report (WDR) asks what spurs risks of violence, why conflict prevention and recovery have proven so difficult to address, and what can be done by national leaders and their dev

Author: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.
Organisation: The World Bank
Publish Date: 2011
World development report 2012: gender equality and development outline
This Report will look at certain facts and trends regarding the various dimensions of gender equality in the context of the development process.

Author: The World Bank.
Organisation: The World Bank.
Publish Date: 2010
World Energy Scenarios 2017 | Regional Perspective for Sub-Saharan Africa
The Sub-Saharan African region is both a shaper and taker of new global trends and disruptive developments. It is important to look beyond the global outlook and engage with regionally specific situa

Author: World Energy Council
Organisation: World Energy Council
Publish Date: February 2018
World food trends and prospects to 2025
This paper was presented at the National Academy of Sciences colloquium ‘‘Plants and Population: Is There Time?’’ held December 5–6, 1998, at the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center in Irvine, CA.

Author: Tim Dyson
Organisation: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.
Publish Date: May 1999
World Lines: Pathways, Pivots and the Global Future
In physics, a world line is the trajectory of an object through space and time that tracks its history and projects its future. The term is used here in the plural and with a double meaning, for our

Author: Paul. D. Raskin
Organisation: Tellus Institute
Publish Date: 2006
World Population to 2300
This report presents projections of world population, and even of the populations of individual countries, over the next 300 years.
Author: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Organisation: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Publish Date: 2004
World Tourism in 2030
Chapter 5 - Tomorrow's Tourist: Scenarios & Trends. Once upon a time, overseas holidays were only for the rich and famous. In 1939, it cost US $79,000 in today’s money to fly across the Atlantic on t

Author: Ian Yeoman
Organisation: Ian Yeoman
Publish Date: 2008
World Travel & Tourism Economic Impact 2011
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which is the business leaders' forum for travel & tourism, has spent more that 20 years developing its economic impact research for the benefit of private a

Author: World Travel & Tourism Council
Organisation: World Travel & Tourism Council
Publish Date: 2011
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