Lessons from Mandela to Eradicate Poverty Globally

Currently, 935 million people globally live in extreme poverty and about 800 million people go hungry. July 18, the day former South African President Nelson Mandela was born, was declared by the UN in 2009 to be the Nelson Mandela International Day for freedom justice and democracy.  This year’s theme is Action against Poverty. So,

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From MDGs to SDGs, What Have We Learnt?

“The post-2015 development framework is likely to have the best development impact if it emerges from an inclusive, open and transparent process with multistakeholder participation.” UN Secretary General’s report released July 2011. Between 1990 and 2013, Africa (excluding North Africa) reduced hunger by around 23% 4 countries (Ghana, Angola, Malawi and Rwanda) achieved the target in 2013, 6 are

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