developing world


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developing world

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for Third World
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Source: Child Poverty in the Developing World (UNICEF, 2003).
The data is published in a new UNICEF commissioned report entitled, Child Poverty in the Developing World that was launched today at the House of Commons in London.
Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World * Directed by John Scagliotti * Narrated by Janeane Garofalo * Here TV network * Premieres May 11
To make diagnostic tests widely available in the developing world, Sia and a team led by George Whitesides of Harvard invented an automated, miniaturized ELISA test.
Ramlogan calls for a re-examination of the legal and institutional framework for protection of the global environment within the context of the special needs of the developing world.
All conservationists from the developed world who work in the developing world must always be aware that they are guests ready to learn more than to teach.
Although Europe and North America remain the largest wind energy markets, the developing world is coming on strong, and many observers believe countries like India and China (with rapidly rising power demand and major pollution problems) have the biggest potential for rapid expansion.
We look forward to leveraging GSK's Diseases of the Developing World program by joining the TB Alliance's initiative to combat tuberculosis," said Dr.
These are not the fantasies of economics nerds--ask any developing world producer who negotiates with a Western supermarket group.
While the module covers all major ARIs, the focus is on conditions causing substantial illness and deaths in the developing world.
The same reduction also was seen for both women in the developing world and their counterparts in developed countries.
Environmentalists claim trade harms the environment and further impoverishes people in the developing world.

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