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What's missing in the Ebola fight in West Africa

By Jim Yong Kim and Paul Farmer, Jim Yong Kim is president of the World Bank. Paul Farmer is the Kolokotrones University professor at Harvard University. Farmer and Kim, who are infectious disease physicians, co-founded the nonprofit ... Washington Post, 1 day ago
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Ghanaian Chronicle

Yes well stop Ebola but that is not end of the story

Guest Writers Tuesday, 19 August 2014 23:11 Written by JIM YONG KIM & NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA For only the third time in its 66-year history, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared a ...
 The Observer Uganda1 week ago How To Stop Ebola And The Next Outbreak  Ghanaian Chronicle2 weeks ago How to stop Ebola and the next outbreak  VibeGhana.com2 weeks ago How to Stop Ebola - and Next Outbreak  AllAfrica.com6 days ago
The Star (Kenya)

World Bank says Kenya remains a key economy

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has said Kenya is a key economy that the financial institution cannot ignore. The message we have for you is that you are not a small fish but a big one. The respect you (President Uhuru Kenyatta) have among your ...
 The Star (Kenya)3 weeks ago Kenya gets praise from W/Bank's Kim  StarAfrica.com3 weeks ago Kenya: World Bank Says Kenya Remains a Key Economy  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago Kenya: World Bank says Kenya is a giant and cannot be ignored  East African Standard3 weeks ago

Why the World Bank president is optimistic about Modi govt

Jim Yong Kim, president of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, better known as the World Bank, concluded his three-day visit to India on Wednesday. An excerpt of edited replies to queries from the media on his visit and discussions: On the Bank’s poor ranking of India in its global report on the ‘Ease of doing business’ We have actually looked at this. If the ranking of India on the ease of doing business is based only on Gujarat, it will improve 50 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago I am much more optimistic today than when I was flying into the country: Jim Yong Kim  Business Standard1 month ago

World Bank Reports on Actions Against Corrupt Corporations

More than 650 firms and individuals penalized, according to new report . World Bank president Jim Yong Kim says,"Each dollar lost to corruption is a dollar stolen from a pregnant woman who needs health care; or from a girl or boy who deserves an ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
Power Engineering International

World Bank May Support African Coal Power, Kim Says

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim indicated today that African "demand for access to power" may lead the lender to support coal projects on the world's poorest continent. "We are very sensitive to the idea that Africa deserves to have power," Kim ...
 BusinessWeek3 weeks ago World Bank acknowledges coal's potential to improve Africa  Power Engineering International3 weeks ago
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

Uhuru leaves for US-African summit

By PSCU The president is expected to hold talks with World Bank President Jim Yong Kim (File) President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to travel to Washington D.C Sunday afternoon to attend the US-African summit under the invitation of President ...
 Kenya Broadcasting Corporation4 weeks ago Africa Update - August 14, 2014  Lexology2 weeks ago Africa update - August 7, 2014  Lexology3 weeks ago At the Close of U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, is Africa Any Brighter?  Energy Digital3 weeks ago
Current News India

Rather Than Dollars, We Need Ideas, Knowledge: Modi to WB Chief

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told World Bank President Jim Yong Kim that India requires ideas, knowledge and expertise "rather than dollars" as there is a need to focus on developing a base of skilled people keeping the future in mind.
 Outlook1 month ago Rather than dollars, we need ideas and knowledge, Modi tells World Bank chief  Times of India1 month ago 1,000 km of new BRT would save 27,000 lives in India: World Bank  Deccan Herald2 months ago World Bank comes calling  Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

Need for voice reforms, says Arun Jaitley to World Bank

Finance minister Arun Jaitley greets World Bank president Jim Yong Kim during a meeting. PTI India on Tuesday stressed on the need for voice reforms in the World Bank so as to reflect the emerging world order in its governance. The issue was raised by the FM ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Poor response to Ebola causing needless deaths: World Bank head

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim addresses the U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington August 5, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst (Reuters) - The world's "disastrously inadequate response" to West Africa's Ebola outbreak means many ...
 Reuters9 hours ago What's behind a disastrously inadequate response to West Africa's Ebola outbreak  PBS9 hours ago UPDATE 1-Poor response to Ebola causing needless deaths - World Bank head  Reuters5 hours ago
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