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Maria Hammarskjöld Håkansson Sep 18
So proud of Swedfund's fantastic team and our important mission! Today, the government has proposed that Swedfund should receive an increased capital injection to continue to fight poverty by investing in sustainable companies in developing countries.
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The Peoples Hub Sep 16
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IrSyad 21h
Your time is your life. The greatest gift you can give someone is your time.
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FAO Sep 17
More than 730 million people in the 🌏 live in extreme poverty. 79% live in rural areas. Creating jobs in rural areas is vital to eliminate hunger, giving people a chance to feed their families and live a decent life. 👉
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Silatech Sep 15
is committed to & focuses on - No , - Good , SDG5 - , SDG8 - Good & Growth for the . We’re here @UNGA74 to prove it! Learn more:
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UNCCD Sep 16
At parties agreed to make by 2030 a national target for action Achieving means enhancing many SDGs: (no poverty) and (gender equality) among others. Combating desertification = social progress
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World Bank Sep 14
: End poverty in all its forms everywhere. This is how accurate poverty maps can help.
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Farm Africa Sep 16
Over 1.3 billion people live on degrading farmland. When land is degraded so too are farmers' prospects of lifting themselves out of poverty.
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Martin-Mary Falana Sep 15
Students in Akure will be debating "Can poverty really be eradicated?" Be a part of this!
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SDGs Facts Sep 19
has made the least progress in reducing poverty with over 40% of the Sub-Saharan African Population living in poverty.
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Support the Goals Sep 18
*CALLING ALL LOVERS* Do you know a business promoting ‘zero hunger’ or ‘no poverty’? We’re scouting out for brand new story ideas and would love to hear your suggestions! So please comment down below!
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Cornelius Sep 18
Let's talk and Tourism. How is tourism contributing to the achievement of the set goals? . Kenya received Ksh157B in 2018 from tourism yet most touristic destinations continue to struggle with poverty. How can this be changed? highlight & tag next.
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Bassey Okon Inyang Sep 17
What have we done wrong since 1972 . Maybe we need to reshape the Nigerian educational system which will bring millions out of power
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Daria Kowalska Sep 20
I took part in . I think it is important ☺️We have to take care about our planet🌍 We have only one. I think also we have to take care about people. We live together on our planet and they shouldn't suffer because of in 🤗 is most important ❤️
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ODI 18h
📈 | 4⃣3⃣0⃣ million people will be living in extreme by 2030. That's 30 million more than our projection last year – but donors and countries can take action now to get back on track and achieve :
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Cepaz 19h
Replying to @_CEPAZ
Communities can organize to demand from governments changes that bring societies closer to achieving . Let's assume solidarity between nations and people as a commitment to eradicate poverty 🕊 ☮
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#RGNConnects Sep 14
Behind the scene after last week's show Today by 1pm, we will be talking about Contentment vs Complacency @ FUTARadio93.1FM A 55yr old man has been into bike transportation business with only 1 bike for not less than 17yrs. Is he contented or complacent?
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Policy and Research Sep 18
.'s new programme supports neglected tropical disease elimination and the . We asked our colleague about how and partners will help and improve the lives of citizens in 13 of the world’s poorest countries
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Dr. Shaukat H. Malik 19h
contribution towards achievement of project contributes to the achievement of , , , , &
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Gerard Greally Sep 20
This week we explored options for increasing awareness of the , using this feature in Keynote really draws in viewers.. The more words the better as the finer the detail the better quality, but it was a nice discussion! (Work in progress)
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