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The Catholic development NGO, Progressio, has launched ClimatePro, a new initiative "designed to tackle climate change in a fair and effective way."
Progressio has commended the High Level Panel report on post 2015 development for the inclusion of specific goals targeting women and girls.
Development agencies and church leaders have welcomed the fact that the government has held to its commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of GNI on aid.
A leading NGO wants to see sustainability prioritized when the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda meets next week in Bali.
As Conservative Party activists press to get the coalition to water down it's commitment to international aid, development campaigners are pushing back.
Live Below the Line launches today, Tuesday 5 March 2013, so if you're not content with signing a petition when it comes to global poverty - how about taking on the challenge of eating for just one pound a day for five days?
Observers have congratulated Somaliland on a largely peaceful, transparent set of local elections, but are concerned about some aspects of the vote.
Progressio has given direct feedback from its partners around the world to members of the High Level Panel set up to set anti-poverty action goals.
Three UK NGOs will coordinate an international observation mission to district and council elections in the unrecognised Republic of Somaliland.
Development agency Progressio is calling on PM David Cameron to listen to the voices of the world's poorest in upcoming poverty discussions.
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