How do you prepare for a strong typhoon or cope with a sudden earthquake?
Such information will figure in the bank’s 2014 survey, which will come out later this year.
This will be the first time the World Bank is soliciting information from the public for the WDR, which will explore the interconnections between risks and how they affect economic development and poverty alleviation efforts.
“This type of effort (…) could set a precedent for future exchanges between us and citizens of countries where we are active,” World Development Report director Norman Loayza said.
Since Jim Yong Kim was appointed World Bank President in July 2012, the institution has been actively engaging the public in its campaigns.
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