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The Zero Hunger campaign enabled 28 million people to achieve food and nutrition security. Our report looks at what made this possible.
Extreme inequality is a threat to global progress. Our briefing calls for leaders at the World Economic Forum to counter this growing trend.
Major risks, such as climate change and food price volatility, are increasing. A focus on challenging inequality and building resilience would help overcome risk and reduce poverty.
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ACCRA aims to understand more about which approaches are most effective in helping poor communities' ability to adapt to climate hazards.
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