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Amina J Mohammed Jun 10
My 2019 Pluralism Lecture on June 11 in Lisbon, will focus on equality & inclusion as key drivers for a better & more sustainable world 🌍 for all by 2030 through the achievement of . “Let’s be frank: inequality is growing both within & between countries.”
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Huawei Technologies Jun 13
From more favorable policies to innovative solutions, these are some factors that can speed up progress and development for many countries. Download the Huawei Benchmark Report for details:
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Achim Steiner Jun 10
In 170 countries around the world, all of us are changing, improving & delivering to support gov’ts & to achieve the . This is . My interview
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Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium Jun 10
Interesting article revealing how is at the center of achieving all other .
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Gamaliel Akpoufuoma Jun 14
Dear Self, Commit towards social change. Purpose is the major driver; the tool that motivates, guide and influence the actions of others. Pertinent questions are: * what can I sustain? * what can you do? * what needs are rampant * action steps.
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Alvaro Rodriguez 11h
We're currently in at the Tanzania Pharmaceutical Student Association annual conference & central meeting where we're doing outreach to over 500 young pharmaceutical students from mainland & Zanzibar!
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 13
The new Strategic Partnership Framework signed today between the and the will propel our individual and collective efforts on issues ranging from climate change, health and education to gender equality, digital cooperation and financing for sustainable development.
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IOM - UN Migration 5h
Inclusion of migration is 🔑 to achieve the 🌍 In Morocco, inclusion means action. Here's how:
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Amina J Mohammed 23h
Since 2015, progress has been made across a number of the . The has inspired an impressive early response from governments, the private sector, local authorities, civil society, the scientific community and many more.
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Media4SDGs Jun 13
Do you know what the are? They are the United Nations' plan and vision to achieve a sustainable future for all through 17 Goals. Find more at:
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Ms Dorin Joachim  🇹🇿 5h
Repost international planting tree day. partnered with comitee ministry of treeplanting .
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Amina J Mohammed 23h
Replying to @UN
.-SG is asking leaders to come to the with ambitious plans. And we are now encouraging all governments & all stakeholders to come to the summit & each of the meetings of the General Assembly high-level week with strong acceleration commitments.
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Reall 4h
Decent homes ensure that girls can attend school and no longer need to travel for miles to provide clean water for their family.
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AfriYAN Tanzania 9h
Do set time as leaders to check and review how we understand these concepts based on how we are leading and managing our teams? "Are we leaders or Managers?"
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Suzane William Mollel Jun 13
As a founder of future team Tanzania I’m very pleased that we finally launched today! Many thanks to UNDP and Mr. Ernest Salla Snr Programme Specialist & Head Inclusive Growth &Sustainable Livelihoods Pillar at the UNDP For quite a remarkable presentation
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Thomas Wobben 6h
A strategic EU agenda without a direct reference to the Sustainable Development Goals? How can we motivate cities and regions to reach the when it is not mentioned at the top?
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Wardiamonds Jun 14
Replying to @PIBMumbai
Can you explain how diamonds that fund rogue regimes guilty of gross human rights violations can be "conflict-free"? The KP is a charade, designed to facilitate trade in blood diamonds while conning consumers.
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The Commonwealth Jun 14
Peace✌️category: The Award achieve the winner is Leilua Lino from . Leilua created a Garden in 2017 as her way of healing from her experience of gender based violence
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FAO 13h
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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The Commonwealth Jun 14
People🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️category: The Award to achieve the winner is from She is the CEO of ZenAfri which simplifies learning for youth in by creating apps & videos that them in their languages
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