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Putting the needs of poor people first has greatly improved sanitation in Uganda’s capital. One key: the Gulper, a PVC hand pump that empties pit latrines in slums.
Climate change creates a double inequality through the inverse distribution of risk and responsibility.
Ending poverty and addressing climate change are the two defining issues of our time. Both are essential to achieving sustain- able global development.
This report provides details of findings from the analysis of data collected in Mchinji district in April 2016 and 2017. In addition, where relevant the assessment c
The document is a collection of case studies of low cost innovative adaptation projects by the Africa Climate change Resilience Alliance members (World Vision, Oxfam,
International and national policymakers are promoting investment in low carbon climate resilient development (LCCRD) to address the challenges and opportunities provid
For more than two decades, crafting global actions that all nations believe to be equitable has been a central challenge for international climate policy.
Ending poverty and addressing climate change are the two defining issues of our time. Both are essential to achieving sustainable global development.
Despite progress in the field of development over recent years, a combination of factors has led to ongoing and worsening poverty in some situations.
While there is wide-ranging debate about how to mobilise financial resources for developing countries, much more policy attention must be focused on how to get these r