developing world


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developing world

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for Third World
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Saif's research group and start-ups are used by millions of people in the developing-world, especially BitMate, that enhances the speed of Internet in the developing world using peer-to-peer technology, and SMSall.pk, Pakistan's largest SMS Social Network which has sent close to 4 billion SMS for users in Pakistan.
Each animal sent to the developing world gives a yield in milk that is estimated to be 20 times more than the domestic breeds.
Farhar stressed the importance of empowering women in the developing world, and teaching cleaner methods of cooking, which also helped save energy.
They asked me and other high profile supporters to get our feelings about poverty and the lack of education across the developing world off our chests by creating T-shirt slogans.
There has been a fiery trail of protests and riots across large swathes of the developing world, including Africa, as food prices have doubled or even tripled.
Transforming the rural nonfarm economy; opportunities and threats in the developing world.
The agency shared the Nobel Peace Prize last year with its director-general, Mohamed ElBaredei, for promoting non-military uses of nuclear technology and decided to spend its prize money on fellowships and training to improve cancer management in the developing world. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 84 million people will die from cancer in the next 10 years, more than 70% of them in the developing world, unless services are improved.
SINCE COMMODITIES FIRST CHANGED HANDS FOR CASH, the women among us have worked hard for the money--often, as they still do today in the developing world, putting in a full day of labor in the field before heading back for a second job keeping the homestead humming.
NUNEATON MP Bill Olner is urging his constituents to support a charity that supplies books to the developing world. Mr Olner has already given the gift of a book to Book Aid International which provides more than 500,000 books and journals each year to libraries,
As noted here last month, there is a big price to pay for the re-emergence of an International Style: a mutant version of ideal Modernism is marching across the developing world with scant regard for ecology, aesthetics or even simple functional need.
This is history--an upliftment of 20 percent of the developing world's population.
The airlines of the developing world are being advised by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to bank their stocks of halons--chemicals vital for extinguishing aircraft fires--as the 2010 deadline to cease production approaches.

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