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Timor-Leste diminuí em mais de 75% a Mortalidade Materna entre 1990-2015

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Timor - Leste é um de apenas nove países em que se estima que a taxa de mortalidade materna [TMM ] tenha reduzido mais de 75%, desde 1990: estes da dos foram revelados num relatório das Nações Unidas, publicado na semana passada na prestigiada revista médica The Lancet.

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23-11-2015 - Cutting aid in order to support refugees will allow extremism to thrive

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Sweden and Norway have led the way in funding democratic movements worldwide. Taking away that support could have disastrous long-term effects

19-11-2015 - For Colombia's Emberá, telling outsiders about FGM is worse than cutting girls

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Female genital mutilation has long been commonplace among Colombia’s Emberá people, yet secrecy and speculation has shrouded the tradition. Now the country is belatedly awakening to the possible extent of a hidden problem

17-11-2015 - Cameron earmarks half of UK aid budget for fragile states

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At least half of the UK’s £12 billion (€17 billion) aid budget will be spent on supporting fragile and failing states, Prime Minister David Cameron has said ahead of the spending review in a major foreign policy speech at the lord mayor’s banquet.

17-11-2015 - FACTBOX - Afghan girls struggle to get education 14 years after Taliban ousted

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Girls were banned from going to school during the Taliban's rule in Afghanistan from 1996-2001. Despite significant progress since then, many girls still miss out on education.

16-11-2015 - WIDER IMAGE - On World Toilet Day, one billion people have nowhere to go

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Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations.

16-11-2015 - Refugee crisis must not deflect us from our long-term development aims

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Proposals in parts of Europe to cut aid budgets and use the money for taking in refugees pose a threat to the goals of eradicating poverty and reducing inequality

16-11-2015 - Maternal rights; “it’s the smart and right thing to do” – Neil Datta

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During the Alliance for Maternal Health Equality breakfast event, Neil Datta, Secretary of the European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF) was quite forthright in relation to tackling the gap in maternal rights. According to him, it’s a human made problem which needs legislation to correct it. It’s the job of parliamentarians to raise awareness of the problem and to help find solutions at national level. It’s the smart and right thing to do!

13-11-2015 - NGOs call upon Germany to create national development agenda

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Aid agencies have called for German development policy to be restructured, so that there could be a better chance of solving the current refugee crisis and reaching the targets laid down by 'Agenda 2030'.

12-11-2015 - Maasai Cricket Warriors determined to hit female genital mutilation for six

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When Maasai tribesmen took up cricket in 2009, media attention soon followed. It gave the young men – whose story is the subject of a new film – the perfect platform to campaign for women’s rights and demand an end to FGM

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