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Directions in Development

Begun in 1994, this series contains short essays, written for a general audience, often to summarize published or forthcoming books or to highlight current development issues.

Boom, Crisis, and Adjustment: The Macroeconomic Experience of Developing Countries, 1970-90. A Summary (also available in Spanish)

Building Human Capital for Better Lives

Financing Health Care in Sub-Saharan Africa through User Fees and

Insurance (also available in French)

Investing in People: The World Bank in Action
(also available in French and Spanish)

Meeting the Infrastructure Challenge in Latin America and the Caribbean
(also available in Spanish)

MICA: The First Five Years and Future Challenges

Nurturing Development: Aid and Cooperation in Today's Changing World

Nutrition in Zimbabwe: An Update

Private Sector Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation in Latin

Reversing the Spiral: The Population, Agriculture, and Environment

Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa (with a separate supplement)

A Strategy for Managing Water in the Middle East and North Africa
(also available in Arabic and French)

Toward Sustainable Management of Water Resources

Unshackling the Private Sector: A Latin American Story

Water Supply, Sanitation, and Environmental Sustainability:

The Financing Challenge