For most ACP countries, the centerpiece of any poverty-reduction strategy is to establish a thriving rural sector.
Millennium Development Goal 1 calls for a reduction of 50% of the proportion of people whose income is less than one US-dollar a day and of the proportion of people who suffer from hunger between 1990 and 2015.
Many of Asia’s more developed countries now have state of the art toilets that could well belong in a sci-fi movie. But it wasn’t long ago that defecating in the open was the thing to do.
A successful condominial sewerage program successfully implemented by WSP in Bolivia is now being promoted in Dakar by the local WSP office there.
A new generation of antibiotics, new treatments for thinning bone disease and kidney failure, and new cancer treatments may all stand to be lost unless the world acts to reverse the present alarming rate of biodiversity loss a new landmark book says.