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    Nepalese Women Unionists Demand Recognising Community Health Work as Work

    In a first, two community health workers from Nepal are participating in the ILO's ongoing annual meeting Geneva, Switzerland. They aim to draw the...

    Climate Change Widening Asia’s Education Gap

    Extreme heat and flooding are forcing kids to miss classes across Asia, amid concerns that climate change could be contributing to widening education gap....

    MENA Ushers in a Tool to Help Sex Workers Who Experience Violence

    Sex workers are typically motivated by the need to earn income. During economic lean times, such as recession, sex workers, like others, may experience...

    Vigilance Needed to Avert Spread of Bird Flu to Humans

    Concerns on bird flu’s pandemic potential grew following its spread to dairy cows. Although of great concern there is yet no sign of H5N1...

    Developing Asia and the Pacific Unprepared for Challenges of Aging Population

    The number of people aged 60 and older in developing Asia and the Pacific is set to nearly double by 2050 to 1.2 billion—or...

    WTO and ADB Strengthen Collaboration for Sustainable Economic Growth

    The WTO is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, negotiated...

    Five Pathways to Transform Food Systems in Asia and the Pacific

    Asia faces unprecedented food security challenges due to soaring rice prices, climate-induced disasters, and ecosystem degradation. Strategic action is needed to transform food systems...

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Face of Climate Change, Poverty and Hunger in the Asia Pacific Region

    Innovation and entrepreneurship can fast-track the spread of more effective and sustainable solutions that combat climate change whilst equally alleviating poverty and hunger by...
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    Governance Reforms to Include Digital Empowerment of Citizens

    Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh says “Continuing the reforms and revamping training structures and methodologies to optimize the performance...

    Ministry of Education Issues Advisory to ensure RTE Entitlements to Children with Special Needs

    The aim is to ensure the NEP 2020 objective of providing access to quality education for all, including children...

    Nepalese Women Unionists Demand Recognising Community Health Work as Work

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    Governance Reforms to Include Digital Empowerment of Citizens

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