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Preventing Malnutrition in Ethiopia, Community Results in Chad (French)

19 Octobre 2010 , Rédigé par APPA Publié dans #Organisations internationales.

World Bank Africa News
Ethiopia Program Helping Prevent Malnutrition in Children
By involving families and communities in assessing nutrition-related problems, the program is lowering the percentages of underweight children across four regions.
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Community-Driven Development Delivers Results in Chad / Au Tchad, des milliers d'enfants défavorisés retrouvent le chemin de l' école
World Bank funding for school buildings and teachers' pay makes it possible for thousands of children in remote areas of Chad to enjoy an uninterrupted school year for the first time.
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Keeping Development on Track: IDA Provides Timely Intervention in Ghana 
Following a period of decline in 2009, Ghana's economy stabilized as a result of a bold government plan backed by the World Bank's International Development Association.
More on the World Bank in Ghana 

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