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25th June 2005 South Africa is experiencing a potent combination of public health epidemics that cause illness, death and economic hardships in families,... →
25th June 2005 According to the International Labour Organization, more than 12.3 million people are trapped in forced labour around the world. Asia has the... →
22nd June 2005 The DRC is expected to hold its first democratic elections in June 2005 after the 44 years of independence. This paper by Eisa provides an overview... →
22nd June 2005 The following paper by Idasa involves the combining of the analyses of the national budget, the national education budget, and provincial education... →
22nd June 2005 The following report by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics presents a wide range of comparable education indicators. They can be used to assess... →
17th June 2005 In publishing this report, the United Nations Population Fund gives voice to young people from 12 countries around the world, reporting on... →
17th June 2005 This report by ActionAid International argues that for aid to be fully effective, it can no longer be treated as a voluntary, charitable transfer... →
14th June 2005 The report by the United Nations features the eight Millennium Development Goals, ranging from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of... →
Statement by IMF First Deputy Managing Director, Anne O. Krueger, at the conclusion of a visit to South Africa (10 June 2005)
14th June 2005 "I was delighted to have had the chance to visit South Africa, especially at such an auspicious time. The country's recent economic achievements... →