As the bank lends billions, chief David Malpass is leading a restructure that puts the focus on policy outcomes.
It was published the same month a report found the world was not prepared for a health emergency.
The 55-year-old man lived in the district of Amreli, India.
Ivanka Trump reposted the photo days later with a document titled "National Security Strategy" cropped out.
In Israel, 6 percent of adults watched the presidential debates.
The African nation's budget deficit is predicted to double in 2016.
Two out of every three maternal deaths occur in Sub-Saharan Africa.
"Climate change hits the poorest the hardest," World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said.
The World Bank's benchmark of daily expenditure is now $1.90, up from $1 in 25 years ago.
The fall is attributed to strong economic growth rates in emerging markets and investments in education, health and social safety nets.
Analysts say that US has "backed itself into a corner" with criticisms of $100 billion institution.
Less than 2 percent of all Ebola donations went to front-line medical staff in Sierra Leone.
A decade ago, China's currency was very lightly traded abroad. Now it is one of the five most heavily traded in the world.
Norway joins UK, Germany and others in signing up to China-led bank, with Japan and U.S. absent.
Xi's growing international influence challenges America's superpower status.
A report on inequality in South Asia found that the chances of escaping poverty in both countries were roughly the same.
The IMF has flagged Europe as the top concern, a sentiment echoed by many policymakers, economists and investors gathered for the fall meetings.
The BRICS countries are seeking greater economic autonomy and stability through the $100 billion project