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· November, 2010

Stories about Development from November, 2010

Nigeria: Now a “Middle Income” Country

Africa: Glasses for Africa

Africa: The Africa They Never Show You

Ghana: Ghana's “Luck”: The Oil/Gas Co-Efficient

Chile: Blog Focusing on Santiago's History and Culture Wins BiblioRedes Contest

Sierra Leone: CIVICUS supports government accountability

Africa: Announcing a new knowledge resource for Africa

Laos and the Convention on Cluster Munitions

The first meeting of state parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions which gathered 101 countries as well as numerous NGOs was held early this month in Laos, which is...

China’s wetland crisis

Kenya: Kibera Film School

Ecuador: “Clean Quito” Campaign Fights Chewing Gum

Have you ever thought about how much it costs a municipality to remove chewing gum stuck to the pavement? Thousands of dollars in street cleaning are spent to fight this...

Tanzania: NGO 2.0: Reflections on the year of blogging

Daraja is a Tanzanian NGO, which aims to make local institutions more responsive to the needs rural communities in Tanzania. The mission of Daraja is to empower communities and local...

Paraguay: “The Unwanted” of Ciudad del Este

Mexico: How Can Mexico Help Migrants?

Africa: The 7th Pan-African Reading for All Conference

Afghanistan: Believed to go in the right direction

Slovakia: Netizens Discuss Chinese Highway Construction Offer

The Slovak minister of transport is reluctant to let the Chinese companies, which offer extremely low prices, enter Slovakia's highway construction market. Tibor Blazko reviews the Slovak netizens' reactions.

Brazil: Eradicating the Indigenous Guarani Kaiowa

Guarani still represent one of the most numerous indigenous people in Brazil, though they are profoundly affected by the loss of almost all their land in the last century. In...

Zambia: A Coalition for Windfall Tax

Sudan: Forum on Rural ICT connectivity in Southern Sudan

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