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- DocumentUnited Nations Population Fund, 2001As populations grow and demand increases, the search for water, food, and energy resources and the resulting impact on the environment are calling sustainability into question.DocumentSouth Centre, 2001The case against an MAI style agreement is stronger now than when the original agreement was dismissed by the OECD.DocumentEnterprise Development Impact Assessment Information Service, 2001The impact of innovative and appropriate technologies on the livelihoods of the poor and the disadvantaged in developing countries has been the concern of the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID), for some time.DocumentUnited States Institute of Peace, 2000Many of the efforts under way to sustain peace in countries and regions beset by or emerging from violent conflict are undertaken by grassoots organisations formed by those whose lives are most directly and significantly affected by the conflict .DocumentInternational Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, 2001In October 1999, ILO/IPEC launched a sub-regional project entitled "Combating trafficking in children for labour exploitation in West and Central Africa", with the financial support of the Department of Labour, U.S.A.DocumentInternational Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, 2000The main objective of this paper is to debunk some of the long standing myths about child labour and and contribute to the analytical and empirical basis for answering the policy question of whether and to what extent changes in GNP per capita, poverty, inequality, structure of the economy, demographic factors and basic education could effectively reduce the employment of child labour.The studyDocumentInternational Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, 2000The economic crisis has imposed a tremendous burden on households in Indonesia but much of the cost of adjustment among children has been hidden from public scrutiny.This paper reviews the impact of the financial and economic crisis on child workers in Indonesia and discusses government responses to the crisis and policy initiatives which the government, international agencies and NGOs might coDocument1999Fertility and maternal mortality rates in Bolivia are among the highest in Latin America. Two women-centered health programmes have been developed in Bolivia to respond to women's reproductive health needs in a way that includes all women, especially poor indigenous ones, and that influences changes in policies and practices.Document
Embracing Participation in Development: Worldwide Experience from CARE's Reproductive Health Programs with a Step-by-step Field Guide to Participatory Tools and TechniquesCARE International, 1999What is participation? How can it be embraced and applied in development programmes? CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere) identified the need to use more participatory approaches, but it was equally felt that more guidance was needed to apply participatory methods to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes.Document
Rethinking Differences and Rights in Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Training Manual for Health Care ProvidersCentre for Information and Development of Women, La Paz, Bolivia, 1999The Bolivian government enacted progressive sexual and reproductive health policies and implemented programmes throughout the 1990s. In spite of these efforts, many women and men still do not have access to sufficient sexual and reproductive health information or basic health and social support services.