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Year: 2010
For the rapidly urbanising developing world, safe and affordable water is key to health and livelihoods, as well as meeting the Millennium Development Goals
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Year: 2010
People living in poverty in the UK make a vital contribution to the economy and society through unpaid caring and community work
Year: 2010
Aid plays a role in saving millions of lives, and yet despite its achievements poverty continues to cast a shadow over the lives of some 1
Year: 2010
As eight non-governmental organisations, working in Afghanistan for up to fifty years and currently serving over 5 million Afghans across the country, they is deep concern about the harmful effects of this increasingly militarised aid strategy
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Year: 2010
As eight non-governmental organisations, working in Afghanistan for up to fifty years and currently serving over 5 million Afghans across the country, they is deep concern about the harmful effects of this increasingly militarised aid strategy
Year: 2010
Read about CARE International's strategic response to climate change, including their focus on: global policy engagement, adaptation, making carbon finance work for poor and marginalised people, and organisational change
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Year: 2010
Climate change is the single greatest threat to development - making the battle to overcome poverty ever harder and more expensive
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Year: 2009
The world's poor must not pay the price for the collapse of financial markets
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Year: 2009
G20 leaders met for the second time in London on 2 April 2009, as the global economic crisis began to crash across the borders of poor countries with ever-greater severity
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Year: 2009
This year alone, as a result of the economic crisis, between 50-100 million more people will be trapped in poverty, scraping by on less than US$1
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