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How to Make Poverty History: The Central Role of Local Organizations in Meeting the MDGs
The Millennium Development Goals (MDG) are an ambi

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By Tom Bigg (ed); David Satterthwaite (ed); Camilla Toulmin (fr)
Year: 2005
Pages: 184
Binding Paperback
ISBN 1-84369-561-8

Product Code: 1422306356

The Millennium Development Goals (MDG) are an ambitious agenda for reducing poverty & improving lives that world leaders agreed on at the Millennium Summit in Sept. 2000. For each goal one or more targets have been set, most for 2015. Contents: Why local org. are central to meeting the MDG; Securing land & property rights in Africa: the role of local institutions; Local conservation institutions for achieving the MDG; Appropriate support for assoc. of small & medium forest enterprise; Meeting the MDG in urban areas; The role of local org. in farming, environ. & people’s access to food; Africa -- a crucible for climate change & poverty; & Implementing International procedural rights & obligations: serving the environ. & poor communities.

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