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May 2015
Latin America and the Caribbean

In the past decade, Latin America and
the Caribbean has achieved impressive social and economic
successes. For the first time in history, more people are in
the middle class than in poverty. Inequality, although still
high, declined markedly. Growth, jobs and effective social

Reports & Research
January 2015
Asia
Latin America and the Caribbean

Agriculturas campesinas en Latinoamérica. Propuestas y desafíos es la publicación que recoge las ponencias del debate efectuado en La Paz, Bolivia, en 2013, en el marco del seminario internacional promovido el Consejo Latinamericanao de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO).

Reports & Research
December 2014
Latin America and the Caribbean

La relevancia de las cuestiones de género no es bien comprendida por muchos profesionales implicados en las inversiones relativas a la mitigación del cambio climático y los mecanismos de financiamiento. Los enfoques imperantes en materia de reducción de emisiones han priorizado las medidas científicas y tecnológicas, a menudo a expensas de las consideraciones sociales y de comportamiento.

December 2014
Latin America and the Caribbean

A focus on development results is at the
heart of the Latin America and Caribbean Region s approach
to delivering programs and policy advice with partners in
middle-income and low income countries alike. Through
knowledge, convening activities, and financial services we

December 2014
Latin America and the Caribbean

Delivering on results is a key to
achieving our Latin America and Caribbean strategy. This
publication presents some of the recent results achieved by
the World Bank Group, our clients, and our partners in the
Latin America and Caribbean Region. The stories reflect our

December 2014
Latin America and the Caribbean

The Latin America and Caribbean region
has had impressive achievements in the past decade, such as
cutting extreme poverty by half and adding more than 50
million people to the middle class. Beyond the positive
external conditions, it was the concerted efforts and

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