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  • Jul 2, 2018

    Poor people depend on the environment for their livelihoods and well-being. Improved management of the environment and natural resources contributes directly to poverty reduction, more sustainable livelihoods and pro-poor growth. To fight poverty, promote security and preserve the ecosystems that poor people rely on for their livelihoods, we must place pro-poor economic growth and environmental sustainability at the heart of our economic policies, planning systems and institutions. To tackle this challenge, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Environment joined hands and launched the Poverty-Environment Initiative. The Poverty-Environment Initiative is a global UN programme that helps countries to integrate poverty -environment linkages into national and sub-national development planning, from policymaking to budgeting, implementation and monitoring.

  • Jun 28, 2018

    Publication devoted to gender mainstreaming at each stage of the waste management decision-making process at the national and international levels. Gender mainstreaming is a powerful and important strategic tool to implement reforms, develop policy solutions, and in social projects. A gender perspective should be mainstreamed when planning, designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating projects to avoid inequality between women and men and to better explore ways to minimize chemical effects on people. It is crucial for achieving efficient outcome.

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