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    Sothwark Cathendraw Millenium Project

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    and it acquired the status of cathedral in the year 1905 after it became the seat of the Anglican Bishop of the new diocese of Southwark (Sacred destinations, 1995-2011). The millennium commission partly funded a project on the cathedral renovations which was given the name; Southwark Cathedral Millennium Project. The project was undertaken from 1997 to 2001 using a design made by Richard Griffiths and it entailed re-casting of the existing church yard and a creation of a new enclosed square associated

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    Children's Health: The Key to the Future

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    and safety of its inhabitants. Throughout history, many nations have faced domestic or international turmoil with economical and political crises that have led to poor health outcomes. Some developing regions of the world have faced greater disease process and higher mortality rates than economically more stable countries. In response to improving the overall health status of the world, the 191 United Nation members developed the Millennium Development Goals in 2000. The eight distinctive but interrelated

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    Angola Millennium Goals Report 2010

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    CONTENT 1. Abstract………………………………………………………………………………...…3 2. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….4 3. 2.a. United Nations - Millennium Development Goals Project.......................................4 4. 2.b. Angola …………………………………….……………………….………………4 5. The first goal ……………………………………………………………………………..5 6. 3.a What is the goal ? ……………...…………………………………….…………….5 7. 3.b. Angola`s targets ……………………………………………………….………….5 8. 3.c.Angola`s challenges ………………………………………...…………….……….5

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    Study The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of eight-point agenda adopted by 189 Nations - and signed by 149 Heads of States and Governments (including Nigeria) on the problem of poverty and its attendant effects in the least developed countries (LDCs) of the world have elicited great interest and attracted support from the international community (UNDP 2010). The decision to formulate a long term poverty reduction strategy was reached during the United Nations Millennium Summit held in

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    only cares about itself. The United States should assert its position as the leading world power by reallocating a significant percent of its massive military budget toward the Millennium Development Goals, increasing its donations to reliable channels and increasing private aid. There are many actors that are involved and held responsible for the distribution of foreign aid to countries in need. The Millennium Declaration was written and established by the United Nations in 2002, and was joined by

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    Developing the Third World

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    World’ is a constant goal of the United Nations and other enterprises aiming to promote equality amongst humankind. However to promote development, the issue of mass poverty must first be addressed. Poverty is a constant problem, which exists in various levels and forms within our society and the world. At the current poverty threshold of $1.25 a day, the Word Bank estimates that around 25%, of the population in developing nations, live below the poverty line (United Nations, 2009). Therefore it can be

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    The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that were set by the Millennium Declaration during the UN Millennium Summit of September 2000 are eight goals to be achieved by 2015 that respond to the world’s main development challenges. The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is one of the 189 nations to adopt the said framework and together with the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), and the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), has worked enthusiastically for the past 14 years to reach all

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    plays a crucial role in the economic development of all nations, especially those with limited access to resources. Access to energy sources is one of the fundamental elements of poverty reduction and sustainable development. It is for this reason that renewable energy and energy efficiency is essential to protect and preserve, as it provides a basis for economic advances, increased education, and environment sustainability. The United Nations is committed to alleviating these pressing concerns through

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    year old pregnant Chinese girl is forced to abort because she is "too young" to have a child. Iran, an Islamic nation, instructs religious leaders to promote contraception as a social duty. A Norwegian international banker worries about "migratory tensions" that would engulf his nation with waves of third world immigrants. A Los Angles Times article decries the lack of an official United States population policy. What do these statements share in common? The underlying theme in each of the

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    Exterminating Poverty and Hunger

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    MDG #1 The first Millennium Development Goals (MDG) is to eradicate poverty and hunger from a country. There are three parts to the goal. The quintessential step that the UN must take is to decrease the percentage of people who are living only on $1,25 a day by fifty percent. The second step is to balance employment rates of females and young people by twenty-five percent. The third part states that by 2015 the number of people suffering from food shortage and hunger will be decreased by 50 percent

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