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In a world awash with data, aid workers contend with gaps
With nearly 168 million people in need of humanitarian assistance in 2020 -- the highest figure in decades -- there is no time, or data, to lose
TERESA ANDERSON
ActionAid
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It sounds like an ambitious goal, but the term may hide loopholes that can delay real climate action and drive land grabs and hunger
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UNDP
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