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The report, which had been presented to the United Nations in 1999, indicated that expenditures for social protection in Lithuania were increasing, and that there had been a decrease in relative poverty. The immediate social challenges confronting the country were the well-being of the rural population, the support of large families, and the integration of socially vulnerable population groups into society. (...) At present, the income of the population had decreased by 40 per cent compared to that of 1989.
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Score: 268777.69 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2000/20000628.ga9731.doc.html
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NOELINE JAOTODY, Minister of Population and the Status of Women and Children of Madagascar, said that five years after the Copenhagen Summit, poverty in many countries of the world remained a huge problem; it was like a running sore. The preparatory committee had done a great deal of work for the current session, but its ideas had to be put into effect or they would merely be empty words. (...) Infant mortality had decreased, life-spans had increased, and crime rates had fallen.
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Score: 428566.16 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2000/20000628.ga9733.doc.html
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In establishing Dalhae’s Books, she has published storybooks aimed at developing countries, and donated school supplies to decrease illiteracy rates. She also participated in the World Education Forum 2015 as a delegate of the United Nations Population Fund.
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Score: 118035.16 - https://www.un.org/development...egates-at-70th-ga-session.html
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While data for long-run trends are limited, the data available show a marked decrease in institutional trust in developed countries. (...) Namely, trust in financial institutions in these countries decreased by an average of nine percentage points, from 55 per cent to 46 per cent over the same period. (...) In Europe, the sharpest recent decline in trust in national Governments coincided with the 2008 financial crisis, with trust decreasing most in countries hit hardest by the economic downturn, including Greece and Spain.
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Score: 457238.87 - https://www.un.org/development.../07/trust-public-institutions/
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If you can't read now, just listen to the audio version:  Thirty-two-year-old Mariam Traoré, a community health worker in Mali, starts her day with a COVID-19 self-check, including body temperature and other symptoms such as cough, sore throat, loss of smell or taste. If all is good, Ms.
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Score: 581754.83 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ca%E2%80%99s-covid-19-response
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Social distancing is vital, not only to decrease spread but also to limit a surge in cases whereby hospitals exceed their capacity to treat those gravely ill.
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Score: 411090.7 - https://www.un.org/development...sa/youth/news/2020/04/covid19/
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Welcoming recent diplomatic successes in the Horn of Africa, as well as peace agreements in South Sudan and the Central African Republic, he noted the decrease in the number of conflicts and the increasing number of peace accords in the region, including the 2000 Bamako Declaration and the creation of the African Union Peace and Security Council in 2002. 
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Score: 78741.99 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2019/sc13721.doc.htm
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