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Development Policy 31-08-2016

UN environment chief: ‘Without growth, there can be no end to poverty’

The new head of the UN's environment programme (UNEP) spoke to EURACTIV's partner Der Tagesspiegel about capitalism and development.
development health aid
Development Policy 19-12-2014

EEAS in Indonesia: It is logical to exit health programmes in middle income countries

In middle income countries, the EU will in the future focus its development aid efforts in fewer sectors. In Indonesia, this means that health will not be a priority, though the country still has huge problems with the spread of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, where the help of the Global Fund will not be enough. But concentrating EU efforts makes sense, says Franck Viault.
Nafsiah Mboi
Development Policy 09-12-2014

Global Fund chair: Development aid should not be about figures, but about people

?Indonesia is one of the developing countries which will soon stop receiving much of its development aid from the international society's programmes, as the country is now seen as a middle-income country. However, there are huge inequalities and millions of poor people still in countries like Indonesia so policymakers should stop looking at the figures and instead focus on the people, says Nafsiah Mboi.

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