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Year: 2017
In September 2015, the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda was adopted, and for the first time, migration was included in mainstream global development policy
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Year: 2015
The political debate on poverty reduction has become more intense in the developing countries, and the conception of poverty has broadened beyond monetary measures such as income and consumption to include broader socio-economic dimensions of human wellbeing, such as health, education, housing, access to infrastructure and services etc
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Year: 2015
The concept of poverty has evolved into a multifaceted socioeconomic measure rather than merely a monetary assessment
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Year: 2012
The MDGs, highlighting several milestones – three important MDG targets have been met well ahead of the target date of 2015
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Year: 2011
International migration has increased rapidly in recent decades and this has been accompanied by a remarkable increase in transfers made by migrants to their home countries
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Year: 2011
It will be critical for India to invest in improvements in information infrastructure that are innovative and that promote interdisciplinary collaborations while embarking on adaptation strategies
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Year: 2010
Parks Victoria have pioneered the approach that is Healthy Parks Healthy People
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Year: 2010
In the humanitarian coordination system of 'clusters', the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) cluster is widely acknowledged to be among the best functioning
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Year: 2010
Liberia‘s newly approved water and sanitation policy states that ‘water is life‘ and ‘sanitation is dignity‘
Year: 2010
Vaccines have contributed to some of the greatest public health successes of the past century, averting 2
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