Social Development focuses on the need to “put people first” in development processes. Poverty is more than low income—it is also about vulnerability, exclusion, unaccountable institutions, powerlessness, and exposure to violence. Social Development promotes social inclusion of the poor and vulnerable by empowering people, building cohesive and resilient societies, and making institutions accessible and accountable to citizens.

Learn More about the World Bank Group's Social, Urban, Rural, & Resilience General Practice.

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