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a country that is poor and whose citizens are mostly agricultural workers but that wants to become more advanced socially and economically

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Introducing renewable energy in developing world is easier than in the developed countries according to a UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) chief.
The industrialized world is sadly lagging in that campaign, and part of the reason can be attributed to a lack of serious attention to the continuing degraded position of women and girls in the developing world.
Over the long 130-year period from 1820 to 1980, developing world inequality increased (consumption inequality peaks in 1980); only in the last twenty years has it shown some decline.
Starting up halon banking systems is certainly in the best interest of developing world airlines.
Moreover, the availability of these new medications and diagnostic tests has not transferred to the developing world, where the vast majority of people with HIV live.
But there's no good reason to expect the developing world to copy that flawed model.
Jonathan drew on his past experiences with the HIV epidemic to argue that the developing world would never achieve economic or political stability unless the health of its people improved.
You'd be amazed how much difference your decisions in the supermarket can make to small farmers in the developing world.
With the credit card market in the developed world still growing, big credit card companies did not focus on the developing world (which includes most of Asia).
But policy-makers need to act quickly to avert bigger crises, warns the report, pointing to the impacts of climate change on agriculture generally, the need to seize opportunities presented by a digital revolution spreading across the developing world, balanced with the growing aspirations and demands of young people themselves.
We hear every year about the billions of dollars spent by rich countries to help improve the lives of poorer people around the developing world. Yet international aid remains unable to achieve its stated goals.
* The 2018 OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early-Career Women Scientists in the Developing World went to five researchers in the physical sciences field:
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 25 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Bharat Biotech on Thursday announced that the World Health Organisation (WHO Geneva) has awarded prequalification to the developing world's first rotavirus vaccine, ROTAVAC.
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