Réduction de la pauvreté rurale


In countries whose medical systems are under-resourced, the health crisis could be compounded by a hunger crisis and lost livelihoods unless we act now to help
08 April 2020, Rome - Imagine a virtual space where to search and find what decision makers are doing in their countries worldwide to respond to and mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. A global library that provides detailed information on how different countries, with different social and fiscal...
03/04/2020 - Vigo, Spain works to keep its fisheries value chain going in the time of COVID-19.Normally bustling with activity, the largest fishing port in Europe, Vigo, Spain, is now unusually quiet. The port is still open, but is struggling to continue operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
25 March 2020, Lusaka - Despite remarkable achievements in addressing extreme poverty, 40% of the Zambian population is extremely poor. The rural poor face particularly acute challenges, including fragile and degrading natural resources, limited access to markets, finance, social services, improved technologies and infrastructure.
25/03/2020 It is not long since Abolghasem, a 36-year old resident of Se-Qale Town in the eastern province of South Khorasan, used to mine black stones for the cobbled streets that adorn cities. He still works with stones ­­– but of the multi-coloured kind that adorn people.
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