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Year: 2009
Local Voices Global Choices is an interagency initiative supported by Action aid, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, Global Network of CSOs for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), International federation of the Red Cross, Oxfam, Practical Action, ProVention Consortium, Save the Children, and Tearfund
Year: 2009
This report provides a snapshot of both the successes achieved and challenges faced in managing environmental data and information in Uganda, providing some relevant recommendations
Year: 2009
The CIPRA compact “Energy” provides an overview on energy use and energy production in the Alps and describes national and regional strategies for climate protection and climate adaptation
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Year: 2009
This report synthesises the results and lessons learned in 40 evaluations of Oxfam GB's Sustainable Livelihoods programmes in the calendar years 2006 to 2008
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Year: 2009
This paper includes a gender review of the Norwegian embassy’s portfolio in Ethiopia on natural resource management and food security
Year: 2009
The School Education Quality Assuarance Project (SEQAP) will aim to improve and decrease inequity in learning outcomes, by supporting the Government’s transition to Full Day Schooling (FDS), overall and for disadvantaged groups
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Year: 2009
Nepal's performance on the economic development front since turn of the century has lagged behind that of the other South Asian economies
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Year: 2009
Much of South Africa is already arid or semi-arid and climate change is expected to increase temperatures and droughts and add to pressure on limited water supplies
Year: 2008
Poverty (GCAP) is the world’s largest civil-society movement calling for an end to poverty and inequality
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Year: 2008
Existing measures to promote peace in Afghanistan are not succeeding
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