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Tuesday 1 October 2013
World Bank pledges more funds for poor in troubled states
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Paulson, Bloomberg backing study of U.S. climate impacts
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
UN shifts Syria aid focus to prepare for long term
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Kim elevates technical expertise in World Bank restructuring
By Stella Dawson | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
World Bank pledges more funds for poor in troubled states
One in eight people around the world go hungry - UN report
Cholera threatens Senegal capital amid water crisis-agency
By Misha Hussain | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Senegal seeks French, Chinese help in water crisis
Poverty, transport slow Senegal treatment of hungry children
Myanmar security forces battle to quell deadly unrest
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Iraq violence kills nearly 900 in Sept, gunmen storm poll
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
More than 115,000 killed in Syrian conflict - monitoring ...
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
UN experts enter Syria to dismantle chemical arms programme
Women bosses boost a company’s bottom line-report
By Lisa Anderson | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
COLUMN: Carbon budgets can provide emissions guide
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Scientists more convinced mankind is main cause of warming
US drugs gangs selling child sex in Washington area-report
By Stella Dawson | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
President vows national dialogue to heal 'divided' Nigeria
By Reuters | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
Pakistan's Punjab eyes biogas bonanza amid power crisis
By Aamir Saeed | Tue, 1 Oct 2013
The Guardian interviews Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO
Trust Women now CPD accredited for legal professionals
Evolving media models: A lesson from the New York Times
UN must agree Syria aid access this week
By Justin Forsyth, CEO Save the Children
UN negotiators are in race against time to finalise deal – children’s lives depend on it
Edible vine improves women’s livelihoods in Cameroon
By Yvonne Kiki Nchanji, Patrice Levang and Abdon Awono
'When I make 35,000 francs a week, it is important for me. It is with this money that we pay our children’s school fees, take care of our health, and buy clothing.'
Traditional knowledge fuels climate adaptation in Ghana
By Julie Mollins
'There’s much we can learn from indigenous, traditional and community-based approaches to natural disaster preparedness'
ON THE AGENDA: Dakar’s water crisis and the return of Stalin
By Timothy Large
From special reports about stoning and India's rent-a-womb industry to violent protests in Dakar over water shortages and Stalin's revival in Georgia - find out what our correspondents are covering this week
International donors and Cambodia - where is the leverage?
By Thin Lei Win
Rights groups have urged donors repeatedly to withhold funds due to a crackdown on protests and activists and escalating land grabs and forced evictions.
UN report on climate change: 5 major takeaways
By James Bradbury & C. Forbes Tompkins, WRI
More advanced science in new IPCC report suggests leaders must act boldly to ensure a safe and stable climate
Women's health: we can't wait any longer
By Joy Phumaphi
Although we have made great strides in many areas of public health—for example, in access to prevention, treatment and care for HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, and the control of malaria—we have dropped the ball on maternal and reproductive health.
The numbers must add up in development financing
By Steve Lewis
There are two major questions being asked in New York this week: what will come next in the new development framework and how can this crucial work be paid for
The effect of El Salvadorian abortion laws on the vulnerable
By Eleanor Klibanoff
An El Savadorian teenager speaks out about her fears after she decided to have a secret and illegal abortion following her rape
Geoengineering rules needed sooner rather than later
By Clive Hamilton
We should have governance of climate change’s ‘Plan B’ in place before it becomes a reality
High-end fashion aids low-income women
By Lisa Anderson
Fashion 4 Development harnesses the power of international fashion brands to promote sustainable economic growth, create jobs, nurture design talent and preserve traditional skills and cultural heritage around the world
Maria: raped, pregnant, and expelled from school at age 13
By Katy Migiro
Tanzanian schoolgirls frequently undergo forced pregnancy tests, then face expulsion
Feudal past discourages Ethiopian farmers
By Andrea Booth
Security in land tenure is key to encouraging tree planting
West Africa adopts regional approach to manage forests
By Mark Foss
Fifteen West African countries agree to work together across borders to protect and manage the region’s forests and wildlife
Extracting value
By Nick Phythian, TRF training consultant
Spotlight on Africa's resources boom
Economic reporting in fast-changing Myanmar
By Ros Russell & Mathieu Robbins
Transforming business news - in Burmese
Reforming the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
By Tom Mitchell
More frequent reports, more boldness and more funds are needed, says former IPCC report author
Can Tanzania make its civil service more transparent?
By Kizito Makoye
Can Tanzania live up to its promises to cut red tape in its civil service?
Migration, governance shape climate resilience in Tajikistan
By Janani Vivekananda
Uneven distribution of water and fuel across Central Asia, combined with heavy reliance on remittances from migration, poses significant risks to stability
Hillary Clinton: Empowering women is "unfinished business"
By Lisa Anderson
Educating girls is investment in the future of nations, global leaders said at this year's Clinton Global Initiative

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