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Year: 2009
The realisation of the right to health for millions of people in poor countries depends upon a massive increase in health services to achieve universal and equitable access
Year: 2009
Climate change affects poor people in particular, because of their weak adaptive capacities
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Year: 2009
There is a large body of literature on the impacts of conflict on women‘s access to services and employment
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Year: 2009
The Asia-Pacific region has been the fastest-growing part of the world for over 20 years and has made substantial progress in reducing poverty and hunger
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Year: 2008
Funds generated through community forestry offer crucial and significant resources for rural in Nepal
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Year: 2008
Based on a study involving 28 different types of community-based forest enterprises (CBFEs), this policy brief summarises the important constraints affecting CBFEs in Nepal
Year: 2008
This is the third in a series of regional reports on the Millennium Development Goals in the Asia-Pacific region
Year: 2008
A team of Oxfam researchers travelled to the two provinces of Ben Tre and Quang Tri in May 2008 to take a snapshot of how poor families are experiencing the changing climate, and how they might deal with this in the future
Year: 2008
Designed to provide the reader with a solid understanding of what Payments for Ecosystem Service (PES) are and how they work, this primer is intended for an audience interested in exploring the potential of PES — either as prospective PES sellers themselves or as staff of organisations that work directly with communities or landowners who may be interested in PES
Year: 2007
ICT has become the foundation of every sector of every economy
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