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Forcibly displaced people, humanitarian workers and others tell their own extraordinary stories and offer unique perspectives on some of the most significant moments in recent history: from the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 to the fall-out from the end of the conflict in Viet Nam; from the genocide in Rwanda to the crisis in Syria.
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Score: 309451.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...ory-displacement-70-years.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report The extractive sector and child rights By working to address the issues that impact children, companies make an important commitment to the present and future of Madagascar’s children and to the prosperity of the nation UNICEF/UN0231208/Ramasomanana Available in: Français English Malagasy Highlights This brochure is for companies, civil society organisations and policy makers who want to ensure that Madagascar’s mineral wealth provides its children with security and prosperity today and in the future. (...) Through tax revenues, mining companies contribute to children’s access to better health, education and life chances.
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Score: 528483 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...active-sector-and-child-rights
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A number of countries, companies and institutions are taking steps to minimize the contributions of agricultural commodity production to deforestation. (...) We need to change the way public finance is used as well - shifting from grey to green, putting a zoom and lens on forest positive investments. Companies are ready to invest in high quality and integrity emission reductions. Beyond contributing to climate change mitigation, the interest is on the added value on the socio-environmental benefits that the actions bring, down to the level of the agriculture supply chain and actors – and the return, that has for the company itself;  There is an economic case for companies to invest in REDD+ and nature-based solutions.
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Score: 411215.5 - https://www.fao.org/redd/resou...xv-world-forestry-congress/ar/
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Keith Baker, a retired company director from Essex, UK, racing as part of the the Qingdao team for Legs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8, said: “We have met an incredibly positive group of children supported by some terrific support workers in what seems to be a difficult and deprived area.
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Score: 321001.83 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...ating-world-childrens-day-2019
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He later set up Okapi Green Energy as a private company and received financial support from Power Africa and the Smart Communities Coalition, via the US African Development Foundation, to set up a 10-kilowatt solar mini-grid.
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Score: 273977.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/asia/new...ean-energy-camp-residents.html
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A number of countries, companies and institutions are taking steps to minimize the contributions of agricultural commodity production to deforestation. (...) We need to change the way public finance is used as well - shifting from grey to green, putting a zoom and lens on forest positive investments. Companies are ready to invest in high quality and integrity emission reductions. Beyond contributing to climate change mitigation, the interest is on the added value on the socio-environmental benefits that the actions bring, down to the level of the agriculture supply chain and actors – and the return, that has for the company itself;  There is an economic case for companies to invest in REDD+ and nature-based solutions.
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Score: 411215.5 - https://www.fao.org/redd/resou...xv-world-forestry-congress/ru/
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His dream is to cover the big issues – maybe even international politics for a major media company. The young Iraqi man is thankful for the support he receives from people, including local journalists, who are giving him a chance.
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Score: 312074.56 - https://www.unhcr.org/ceu/629-...-new-life-in-romania-html.html
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Thanks to funding from the Government of Japan, UNICEF partnered with Japanese company LIXIL, which produces the SATO toilets, and FINISH INK – an organisation that works to scale access to safe sanitation through public-private partnerships in Kenya.
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Score: 288042.65 - https://www.unicef.org/kenya/s...ls-transform-their-communities
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