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October 27, 2014

thumbnail of New Phase of SDG Consultations New Phase of SDG Consultations
October 21, 2014
The President of the UN General Assembly has appointed David Donoghue, Permanent Rep. of Ireland, and Macharia Kamau, Permanent Rep of Kenya, as co-facilitators to lead inclusive consultations on the next phase of post-20I5 negotiations.

thumbnail of Africa Rising? Not Till Rural Economies BoomAfrica Rising? Not Till Rural Economies Boom
October 21, 2014
The article by Dr Awiti argues that despite the infrastructure frenzy across African cities, rural poverty has not eased and rural infrastructure is in a state of decline. A compelling case for increased attention to rural areas within the SDG framework

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Gender, Economic Integration and Cross Border Road Infrastructure Development – An international workshop, Bangkok, 6-7 May 2010.

Colin Relf Award

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Rural Transport & the MDGs

A photo slideshow highlighting the role of rural transport as a catalyst to achieve the millennium development goals.


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