El Banco Mundial aprueba un proyecto de 50 millones de dólares para mejorar la educación y la capacitación para minorías en india

The World Bank today approved a US$ 50 million credit for the Nai Manzil: Education and Skills Training for Minorities Project to help school drop-outs from minority communities complete their education and gain from market-driven training programs with the aim of integrating them into employment mainstream.

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Perspectiva Económica para Europa y Asia Central Presentado en Dushanbe

In the midst of an uncertain global economic environment, GDP growth for the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region is expected to increase to 1.4 percent for 2015, with 1.8 percent growth projected for 2016. But prospects for countries vary widely: the western part of the region will likely continue its fragile recovery in 2016, while the eastern part of the region will increasingly suffer large income losses.

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