Developing Nations

Some articles on developing nations, nations:

The Improving State Of The World - Contents
... and 2002, the world average daily food supply per person increased by 24% (38% in developing nations) ... Chronic undernourishment in developing nations declined from 37 to 17 percent of their population between 1969–71 and 2000-02. 2003 the worldwide rate was 5.7% which is approximately the same as the developed nations had in 1950 ...
Structural Adjustment - Criticisms - Environment
... from factories are much less regulated in developing nations ... In developing nations the pollution of rivers has become a cause for international intervention ... In addition, many argue that it is unfair for developed nations (and IFIs) to demand that their environmental policies be followed ...
John McKay (politician) - Successful Private Members’ Bills - The Development Assistance Accountability Act - C-293
... Development Assistance (ODA) to the specific goal of poverty reduction in developing nations ... Assistance Accountability Act represents a trend among other nations that provide foreign aid toward legislated mandates for the provision of foreign aid ... is one of the more active Members of the Canadian Parliament on the issue of aid to developing nations, having been the Vice President of CIDO an organization devoted the development of microfinancing in ...
Convention On The Protection And Promotion Of The Diversity Of Cultural Expressions - Custodians and Beneficiaries To The Convention
... as cultural enterprises and industries, especially in developing nations and minorities and indigenous peoples ... minorities, and artists and practitioners of developing nations ... their own cultural expressions, such as developing nations ...

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