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What measures should be taken to benefit the vast majority of the people in the process of globalization all over the world?    
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Score: 848920.7 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...wcsdg/consulta/china/index.htm
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Search results West and Central Africa Available in: Հայերեն English Press release 07/05/2017 Over 7 million children are on the move in West and Central Africa each year Vast majority of child migrants uprooted by violence, poverty and climate change remain in Africa Footer UNICEF Armenia What we do News and stories Research and reports About us Press centre Take action Contact us Visit also Babycef Together4Armenia Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 848920.7 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...topics/west-and-central-africa
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WHO | Maternal deaths decline slowly with vast inequalities worldwide Skip to main content Access Home Alt+0 Navigation Alt+1 Content Alt+2 Search Search the WHO .int site Submit Advanced search Navigation Home Health topics Data Media centre Publications Countries Programmes Governance About WHO Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Sexual and reproductive health Menu Sexual and reproductive health What's new? Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Maternal deaths decline slowly with vast inequalities worldwide 19 September 2019: A new report on maternal mortality, released today by WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, World Bank Group and the United Nations Population Division, estimates a worldwide number of 295 000 maternal deaths in 2017. (...) Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO Vast inequalities worldwide Not surprisingly, maternal deaths in the world’s least developed countries are high, estimated at 415 maternal deaths per 100 000 live births with the lifetime risk as high as 1 in 37 for a 15-year old girl in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Score: 848285.9 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ternal-mortality-2000-2017/en/
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• Reference to subcommittee work/majority and minority views? c) Should there be a different language to make the distinction between the work undertaken by the Ad hoc group of Expert and the Committee of Expert? d) What does languages like the following means? • “Vast majority of Expert…” • “Majority view on the committee…” • “Many experts…” • “Members from developing countries…” • “Some developing countries…” • “Some members of the former group of experts…” • “Some countries…” And, should that language be kept?
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Score: 847966 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...10/3STM_EC18_2007_CRP8rev1.pdf
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Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development | محتوى الموقع الشبكي الجديد لمكتب الممثلة السامية لأقل البلدان نمواً والبلدان النامية غير الساحلية والدول الجزرية الصغيرة النامية Skip to main content مرحباً بكم في الأمم المتحدة اللغة: Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español محتوى الموقع الشبكي الجديد لمكتب الممثلة السامية لأقل البلدان نمواً والبلدان النامية غير الساحلية والدول الجزرية الصغيرة النامية Search form البحث Toggle navigation الصفحة الرئيسية التعريف بنا معلومات عنا ولايتنا العمل الذي نقوم به التعريف بعملنا أقل البلدان نمواً البلدان النامية غير الساحلية الدول الجزرية الصغيرة النامية الاجتماعات الأخبار آخر المستجدات النشرات الصحفية البيانات المدلى بها مقالات الرأي الحملات الموارد الوثائق الرسمية المنشورات الصفحة الرئيسية Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development 9_fsdr_2022_social_04-11.jpg Great finance divide” amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development The crippling cost of debt financing for many developing countries has hamstrung their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, forced cutbacks in development spending, and constrained their ability to respond to further shocks, according to a new report launched by the United Nations today.   (...) Yet, 13 countries cut ODA, and the sum remains insufficient for the vast needs of developing countries. The UN fears the fallout from the crisis in Ukraine, with increased spending on refugees in Europe, may mean cuts to the aid provided to the poorest countries. In the face of a global crisis, near-time actions and additional international support are needed to prevent debt crises and address the high cost of borrowing.  However, the vast majority of developing countries will need active and urgent support to get back on track to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Score: 847231.9 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ar/n...etback-sustainable-development
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Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development | La Oficina del Alto Representante para los Países Menos Adelantados, los Países en Desarrollo sin Litoral y los Pequeños Estados Insulares en Desarrollo Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas Toggle navigation Idioma: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español La Oficina del Alto Representante para los Países Menos Adelantados, los Países en Desarrollo sin Litoral y los Pequeños Estados Insulares en Desarrollo Search form Buscar Toggle navigation Inicio Nuestra labor Qué hacemos Los países menos adelantados Los países en desarrollo sin litoral Los pequeños Estados insulares en desarrollo Reuniones Quiénes somos Sobre nosotros Nuestro mandato Noticias Últimas noticias Comunicados de prensa Declaraciones Artículos de opinión Campañas Recursos Documentos oficiales Publicaciones Portada Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development 9_fsdr_2022_social_04-11.jpg Great finance divide” amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development The crippling cost of debt financing for many developing countries has hamstrung their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, forced cutbacks in development spending, and constrained their ability to respond to further shocks, according to a new report launched by the United Nations today.   (...) Yet, 13 countries cut ODA, and the sum remains insufficient for the vast needs of developing countries. The UN fears the fallout from the crisis in Ukraine, with increased spending on refugees in Europe, may mean cuts to the aid provided to the poorest countries. In the face of a global crisis, near-time actions and additional international support are needed to prevent debt crises and address the high cost of borrowing.  However, the vast majority of developing countries will need active and urgent support to get back on track to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Score: 847231.9 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/es/n...etback-sustainable-development
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À propos Mandat du Bureau Haute-Représentante Notre action Nos activités Pays les moins avancés Pays en développement sans littoral Petits États insulaires en développement Réunions Actualités Dernières informations Communiqué de presse Déclarations Articles d’opinion/tribunes libres Campagnes Ressources Documents officiels Publications Accueil ONU Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development Great finance divide amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development 9_fsdr_2022_social_04-11.jpg Great finance divide” amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development The crippling cost of debt financing for many developing countries has hamstrung their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, forced cutbacks in development spending, and constrained their ability to respond to further shocks, according to a new report launched by the United Nations today.   (...) Yet, 13 countries cut ODA, and the sum remains insufficient for the vast needs of developing countries. The UN fears the fallout from the crisis in Ukraine, with increased spending on refugees in Europe, may mean cuts to the aid provided to the poorest countries. In the face of a global crisis, near-time actions and additional international support are needed to prevent debt crises and address the high cost of borrowing.  However, the vast majority of developing countries will need active and urgent support to get back on track to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Score: 847231.9 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/fr/n...etback-sustainable-development
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The gap between the incomes of the rich and the poor is becoming a gulf in the vast majority of countries around the world, exacerbating social tensions in all societies. (...) These sectors provide the vast bulk of jobs in the developing world and they can be made more productive and better paid without adverse consequences for the environment. (...) • Why is youth unemployment a major issue in many countries regardless of their level of development?
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Score: 847231.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...tion/2015/pdf/concept.note.pdf
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My delegation is convinced that only a truly human-centered approach to development can function as the authentic starting point for policy on population and development. Through its vast global network of institutions, the Holy See is committed to serving the poorest and most vulnerable among us and to achieving the integral human development of all. (...) While we recognize the importance of strong demographic evidence in the achievement of these ends and in the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, we regret that the vast majority of our discussions as well as the resulting resolution adopted with this original purpose, did not focus on demographic evidence but rather on a number of controversial issues and selected rights instead of the real development priorities consistently elaborated by the majority of delegations present.
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Score: 847095.2 - https://www.un.org/development...-pd_2016_cpd49_holy-see_en.pdf
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Mongolia has played a major role in sponsoring the General Assembly resolution on the "Improvement of the situation of women in rural areas" (A/RES/54/135). (...) Rural women make up the vast majority of women in the developing world and their economic contributions are vital for their family, community and the economy at large. While, the female agricultural labour force in most developed countries is only about 3 %, in the developing world more than half of all women live in rural areas and vast majority of these are engaged in some form of agricultural activity.
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Score: 846566.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/news/ye04jun01.htm
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