Peace in Colombia is harvested in the dry forest and cooked in the cities.
The main reason why the SDGs were created and sustainable/inclusive development have become such important global priorities is that business-as-usual doesn’t work anymore and is taking us to the brink of systems collapse.
With rising financial vulnerability, UN Development Chief calls on G20 to reduce risks and curb inequality.
The eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano killed more than 100 people and disrupted the lives of more than 1 million survivors. Hundreds of people are still listed as missing.
Having a prosthesis will allow these young men to have independence and perform daily chores and some labor tasks.
July 17 marked a historic date for the Dominican Republic: the country presented its first national voluntary review, along with 45 other countries that also submitted reports. Why is this review pivotal?

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