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Norway in China Dec 16
countdown . & are cooperating on capacity building that aims to promote socio-economic development and distribution of wealth to increase welfare and reduce inequality.
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SOS Children's Villages Indonesia 4h
Every child has a right to equal opportunities, social inclusion and protection. : Reduced Inequalities.
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InfrAsia 4h
The Efficiency for Access Coalition invests in feasibility studies or R & D projects that improve energy access or energy efficiency. Early stage technology or near-to-market products are both eligible. Applications close 16/1/2019.
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 13
further seeks the implementation of the principle of special and differential treatment for developing countries, in particular least developed countries, in accordance with World Trade Organization agreements. The jury is still out!
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UNFPA Caribbean Dec 17
Women and Young Persons with Disabilities | Guidelines for Providing Rights-Based and Gender-Responsive Services to Address Gender-Based Violence and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Women and Young Persons with Disabilities
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 12
estimates that less than 0.1% of the Kenya population (8,300 people) own more wealth than the bottom 99.9% (more than 44 million people). The richest 10% of people in Kenya earned on average 23 times more than the poorest 10%.
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IISD SDGs 5h
UN Special Rapporteurs Issue Call to Fight Inequality
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 14
Which is your favourite SDG? Mine is Follow to learn more.
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Rosalie 12h
My desk is now adorned with my three “favorite” SDGs
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Jarmo Sareva Dec 12
Had a meeting today at to discuss their innovative work across a whole range of areas. Groundbreaking work on creating apps for preventive mental health care. Also, very much impressed by their 3D-printed art for the visually impaired.
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Diane Njuguna Dec 12
How can we gauge that the reduction of inequality is genuine and people don’t have to bend over backwards to benefit from it.
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 14
Replying to @JulianWanjiru
We're in the same boat.
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César Gª Aranda 21h
Africa´s youth population is booming, and women and girls have a key role in economic growth. "Investing in women means investing in the people who invest in everyone else"
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letitia zwickert 17h
is a proud partner of , a U.N. Youth Video festival fighting against & promoting & ! Click below to meet our mentees & to support our program!
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 13
TRIVIA: If I told you that the world's richest 10 percent earn up to 40 percent of total global income would you: (A) Wish to join the 10%? (B) Seek to reverse the situation?
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Julian Wanjiru Kamau Dec 14
True that, but I think this is where we come in as the electorate, we have a responsibility to elect servant leaders who are willing to work for the common good of all.
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 13
Replying to @MaryKulundu
But most become turncoats. Are you sure you can stay true to the cause?
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#tagcoding for the EU Dec 16
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Mary Kulundu Dec 12
Replying to @gathara @wmnjoya and 7 others
Such disparity in our education system needs to be dealt with in order to reduce inequality. Education is key in closing the gap between the rich and the poor.
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Kenfrey Kiberenge Dec 13
In developing countries like Kenya, rural women are up to three times more likely to die in childbirth than women living in urban centres. Need for stronger initiatives such as campaign.
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