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OECD Development Centre Sep 30
Happy 🎙️! Follow our Development Matters podcast and see what others are saying about some of the most discussed topics in development 👉
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OECD Development Centre Sep 23
🌍Africa is the world’s youngest continent with around 60% of the population currently under age 25. It is the continent of the future... Are democracy and governance up to the challenge? Find out in our 🆕 blog 👉
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 11 Oct 17
Every day should be . Read about education & why Girls’ Leadership Matters, by Alda
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OECD Development Centre Sep 19
“Measured against the trillions needed to fulfill the , the reality is clear: We will fail.” – Learn why a new finance model in development is essential ➡️
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World Food Programme Dec 13
Equity means giving girls not just the same as everybody else, but what they need to achieve their full potential. So why don’t we start with dinner? outlines why adolescent matters 🔀 via
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Florian Flachenecker Jan 30
Carefully designed policy packages are essential in mitigating transitional costs, managing trade-offs and delivering the full potential of resource efficient and circular economies
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'Tosin Durodola Jul 3
“Under different circumstances, most migrants would never migrate in the first place; they would choose to stay close to their family and friends, and the food, music and culture they cherish. Migration – in these cases – is the consequence of something gone wrong.”
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Sarah Lawan 15 Oct 18
Replying to @ASYBrookings
As well as: plumbing considerations! advocates for financial integration in support of Africa's trade integration > "The architects of African trade integration must also be plumbers" >> explore his metaphor on >>>
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Adriana Caicedo Mar 14
5 facts about global poverty that may surprise you vía
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abdoul Salam Bello 13 Sep 18
I am happy to share my last piece on Africa Continental Free Trade Area published today with blog, part of the series.
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Katja Iversen Nov 27
Measure what you treasure. For to count, data must count everyone. Read my latest on how gender data and evidence is crucial if we want a world where no one is left behind:
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Lauren Landis Dec 13
A new focus on the nutritional needs of adolescent girls could have a big impact on the future of so many developing nations around the world. outlines why:
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World Bank Climate Feb 17
[BLOG] Resource efficiency investments can bring both economic & environmental benefits. Learn more about the importance of the transition towards more resource efficient and circular economies:
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AFD_en 4 Oct 17
"Helping entrepreneurs thrive in Africa": Read this piece by
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UNU-WIDER Jan 23
Read the new blog from featuring research from director
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SWAC OECD 18 Apr 18
58 million people in West Africa are underweight but almost the same amount (52 million) are overweight or obese. The latest blog looks at this "double burden" calling for more disaggregated data to better assess nutritional security. ➡️
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World Bank Climate Feb 2
The transition to a more resource efficient and circular economic growth model is an integral component of sustainable development. Learn more about the economics and politics of financing the resource transition in this new blog:
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Ireland OECD&UNESCO 3 Oct 17
Promoting gender equality & women's economic empowerment , 52 countries working in partnership
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OECD SMEs, Regions, Cities & Tourism 20 Sep 18
Many African 🌆 are rapidly urbanising, but are unable to adequately service growing populations📈 with the necessary infrastructure & amenities Improving local govt finance💰 is therefore very high on their agenda New blog🌍 ➡️
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federico bonaglia Feb 28
Can digital technologies really be used to reduce inequalities? suggests 3 fundamental things must be done to reverse increasing digital inequalities. Find them out in his post
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