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For almost 25 years, extreme poverty was steadily declining. Now, for the first time in a generation, the quest to end poverty has suffered its worst setback. This setback is largely due to major challenges — COVID 19, conflict, and climate change — facing all countries, but in particular those with large poor populations.

This publication presents a case study in East Java, Indonesia, about ADB’s collaboration with local governments and other stakeholders in monitoring, implementing, raising awareness, and advocating for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs set global, big-picture targets that nations have committed to attaining.

In response to the global commitment to rid the world of hunger, Ceres2030 partnered with Nature Research to answer two linked questions: First, what does the published evidence tell us about agricultural interventions that work, in particular to double the incomes of small-scale producers and to improve environmental outcomes for agriculture?

Governments have 10 years to take back control of their bold agenda. Ceres2030 was an experiment designed to help with the challenge.

This paper provides an overview of estimation of poverty by various expert groups in India. It also discusses the limitations of below poverty line (BPL) approach in India. It also provides an overview of other poverty measures at international level particularly Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) and their assessment about India.

The 2020 Africa SDG Index and Dashboards Report provides an assessment of where African countries stand with respect to the SDGs and their progress toward the goals, with the additional lens of “leave no one behind.” The report also includes a preliminary analysis of the impact of COVID‑19 on the SDGs in Africa.The global pandemic is a humanitar

This poverty assessment focuses on the evolution of poverty and other social indicators in Ethiopia between 2010-11 and 2015-2016 (henceforth referred to as 2011 and 2016).

The Carbon Trust has released a discussion paper outlining the challenge of reducing emissions from rapidly growing food cold chains and how philanthropy can help ‘bend the curve’ while enhancing food security and poverty reduction through net-zero food cold chains.

Protect the Progress: Rise, Refocus, Recover, 2020 highlights that since the Every Woman Every Child movement was launched 10 years ago, spearheaded by the United Nations Secretary-General, there has been remarkable progress in improving the health of the world’s women, children and adolescents.

With less than 10 years to meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), action is still not happening at the speed or scale required - despite a groudswell of ambition and action from organisations of all sectors and sizes.

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