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NZ NGOs come together to respond to humanitarian crisis

NZ NGOs come together to respond to humanitarian crisis

New Zealand’s aid agencies and the government are coming together to respond to the world’s fastest-developing refugee emergency on the Myanmar border of Bangladesh.

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10 things to know about 'leave no one behind'

10 things to know about 'leave no one behind'

Understanding where there are gaps in the Sustainable Development Goals is critical if we are to translate this ambitious ‘leave no one behind’ commitment into action.

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Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Public health services across Uganda have been brought to a standstill as doctors strike over pay and poor working conditions.

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Opinion: Why the fashion industry keeps failing to fix labour exploitation

Opinion: Why the fashion industry keeps failing to fix labour exploitation

Worker exploitation is rampant in the global fashion industry, according to countless investigations, studies and reports. So why haven’t fashion brands cleaned up their acts?

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How to use YouTube to promote your NGO

How to use YouTube to promote your NGO

YouTube represents a huge opportunity for the charity sector to reach audiences. But with over 300 hours of video uploaded every minute, how can charities make their content stand out?

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Interview: Education revolution needed to spur African leadership

Interview: Education revolution needed to spur African leadership

"Our curriculums and education systems really have a lot of hang-ups from the past" says Sudanese billionaire philanthropist Mo Ibrahim.

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World Bank approves additional funds for Tuvalu

World Bank approves additional funds for Tuvalu

The grant is provided by the International Development Association (IDA) and is part of a series of projects implemented under the Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP).

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Two Fiji initiatives pushed through at COP23

Two Fiji initiatives pushed through at COP23

The Gender Action Plan and Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform are two significant outcomes of the conference.

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Opinion: New Solomon Islands PM will need all the support he can muster

Opinion: New Solomon Islands PM will need all the support he can muster

Hou's Prime Ministership is an attractive proposition to Solomon Islanders who desire good governance and to international partners such as Australia and New Zealand.

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New measures for Pacific growth called-on

New measures for Pacific growth called-on

Emele Duituturaga said NGO's need to adapt from helping a traditional rural-poor in low income countries to a growing urban poor in middle-income ones.

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