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*  Childbirth in India
Among developing countries, India contributes to the largest amount of births in the world a year, averaging 27 million births ... Female sterilization constitutes two-thirds of contraception use in Southern India, and is popular throughout the country. In ...
*  Administration of Hyderabad
"Exploring Urban Growth Management in Three Developing Country Cities" (PDF). Padeco company Limited, for The World Bank. 2007. ...
*  Hyderabad
"Exploring urban growth management in three developing country cities" (PDF). World Bank. 15 June 2008. Retrieved 6 December ... Economy, population and urban sprawl (PDF). Urban population, development and environment dynamics in developing countries. 13 ... Developed during the 16th century, the Golconda style is a native style blending foreign techniques and bears some similarity ... "Country briefing:India-economy". Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1 September 2010. Retrieved 18 June 2012. Werner, Louis ...
*  Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism
Pöttering brought up the classic study on totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt, which developed "the scientific basis criteria to ... Bringing together government institutions and organisations from EU countries active in research, documentation, awareness ... and accused the countries that were formerly part of the Communist Bloc (except Russia and Belarus) of "rapid nazification." In ... which in many EU countries is a criminal offence, arguing that "there is a fundamental concern here that totalitarian systems ...
*  All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna
In July 2013, AIIMS Patna developed a cellphone application - Sankat Sanket - to help people in medical emergency. On 26 ... library besides collaboration in research and telemedicine facilities with other centres for higher learning across the country ...
*  Balram Bhargava
Innovation centres are developing in these countries and they will probably develop devices that will ultimately be accepted by ... Most of the manufacturing is moving to countries like India and China. The cost of production has gone up tremendously in the ... The centre is now poised to develop into a Centre for Excellence for Stem Cell Studies, with the assistance from the Government ... Bhargava is an evaluator of indigenous low cost cardiological stents and has developed a platinum iridium stent himself. His ...
*  Landlocked developing countries
... and Small Island Developing States. (2005). Landlocked Developing Countries. Retrieved from ... Landlocked developing countries (LLDC) are developing countries that are landlocked. The economic and other disadvantages ... The United Nations has an Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries ... In August, 2003, the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries on ...
*  G33 (developing countries)
The G33 (or the Friends of Special Products in agriculture) is a coalition of developing countries, established prior to the ... The group has advocated the creation of a "special products" exemption, which would allow developing countries to exempt ... and seeks to limit the degree of market opening required of developing countries. ...
*  Developing country
... also developing country) countries that were less-developed, and are about the same (developing country) countries that were ... least developed country or least economically developed country. Criteria for what is not a developed country can be obtained ... developing country. The term implies inferiority of a developing country or undeveloped country compared with a developed ... "developing country". The term implies inferiority of a "developing country" or "undeveloped country" compared with a "developed ...
*  Debt of developing countries
The debt of developing countries refers to the external debt incurred by governments of developing countries, generally in ... Some of the major risk factors which increase the probability of the external debt crises in developing countries include high ... Moreover, investors could stop lending to developing countries entirely. An example of debt playing a role in economic crisis ... By the time the Paris Club met in January 2005, its 19 member-countries had pledged $3.4 billion in aid to the countries ...
*  Least Developed Countries
... can be distinguished from developing countries, "less developed countries", "lesser developed ... United Nations, "LDCs: Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries, and Small Island Developing States" World ... Also a landlocked developing country Also a Small Island Developing State Country profiles Archived 2010-03-17 at the Wayback ... "About LDCs". Least Developed Countries. UN-OHRLLS. Retrieved 2014-01-24. "Least Developed Countries". UN-Department of Economic ...
*  Water issues in developing countries
Water quality in developing countries is often hampered by lack of or limited enforcement of: emission standards water quality ... The absence or low enforcement of the following policy and market mechanisms in developing countries can also be detrimental to ... By reducing the number of daily trips needed to collect water, the WaterWheel allows women and children in developing countries ... These problems are more severe and widespread in the developing countries due to their long standing exploitation by the ...
*  Book preservation in developing countries
... is a growing concern among preservation and conservation librarians[citation needed ... Munoz-Sola also points out that many developing countries are in tropical climates, and thus face these problems. Conservators ... This is especially difficult as print materials in developing countries are often created using fragile, non-lasting paper ... Jeevan, V. K. "Digital library development: identifying sources of content for developing countries with special reference to ...
*  Land Reform in Developing Countries
Land reforms by country The Case for Redistributional Land Reform in Developing Countries - review essay of the book - Albert ... Land Reform in Developing Countries: Property Rights and Property Wrongs is a 2009 book by the Leontief Prize-winning economist ... Land Reform in Developing Countries: Property Rights and Property Wrongs - a review - Keijiro Otsuka, EH.Net 2012 Land Reform ... It is the first comprehensive and up to date review of land reform issues in the developing countries in many years. In my ...
*  Renewable energy in developing countries
... was higher in developing countries, with $156 billion invested, mainly in China, India, and Brazil. Most developing countries ... By developing such energy sources developing countries can reduce their dependence on oil and natural gas, creating energy ... Renewable energy doesn't always have to come from a developing country. The Developing Areas Study Group session is a group of ... The government aim is to make the country the world's first carbon neutral country. In March 2015 the whole country was running ...
*  German Doctors for Developing Countries
German Doctors e.V. is a humanitarian aid organization which operates in third world countries, especially in slums and rural ... The idea was to create a charity organisation with German doctors, who work without remuneration in the third world countries. ... Currently, German Doctors operates 8 medical projects, based in 5 countries. The projects are mostly funded with donations. ... German Doctors also support 66 partner projects in 23 countries. A board of trustees acts as a control instance with the ...
*  Developed country
A developed country, industrialized country, more developed country, or "more economically developed country" (MEDC), is a ... Terms similar to developed country include "advanced country", "industrialized country", "'more developed country" (MDC), "more ... economically developed country" (MEDC), "Global North country", "first world country", and "post-industrial country". The term ... "developing" countries or areas in the United Nations system. And it notes that: The designations "developed" and "developing" ...
*  Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries
BIO was formed in 2001 to fund investment projects in developing countries with a view to help those economies attain some of ... Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries (BIO), is a private company, based in Brussels, Belgium. BIO works to ... Website of Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries (BIO) Website of SBI-BMI. ... The company is present in over 70 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Africa, where most of the funding activities of ...
*  Women migrant workers from developing countries
... migration between developing countries) is generally more substantial than migration from developing to high-income countries, ... more prevalent in developing countries than developed countries. Many of these positions require that women remain with the ... Since the late 20th century, substantial labour migration from developing countries to high-income countries has occurred. This ... working as nannies in high-income countries in their home countries create a shift of gender roles in developing countries as ...
*  L.69 Group of Developing Countries
The L.69 Group of Developing Countries is a cross regional grouping of 42 developing countries from Africa, Latin America and ... The L.69 Group of Developing countries would also like to place on record our appreciation to the Chair of the IGN, H.E ... The L.69 Group is a group of developing countries from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific. They form ... President, I have the honour to take the floor today on behalf of a diverse group of 42 developing countries from Africa, Latin ...
*  Journal of Infection in Developing Countries
The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries is a monthly peer-reviewed open-access medical journal that covers the ... especially in developing countries. Topics covered include immunology, microbiology, infectious disease, virology, bacteriology ...
*  Civil service reform in developing countries
Important differences between developing countries and developed countries require that civil service and other reforms first ... rolled out in developed countries be carefully adapted to local conditions in developing countries. Rao, S. 2013. Civil service ... Changing Role of Government The Reform of Public Services in Developing Countries. Basingstoke Hampshire (UK): Palgrave ... Why most developing countries should not try New Zealand's reforms', The World Bank Research Observer, 13(1):123-31. http:// ...
*  Evidence-based pharmacy in developing countries
Free to developing countries. Developing Pharmacy Practice: a Focus on Patient Care - 2006, 97 pages, World Health Organization ... It covers most of the drug supply processes and is built up from research and experience in many developing countries. There a ... The plan was to develop essential drugs lists based on the local health needs of each country and to periodically update these ... In: Bennett S, McPake B, Mills A (eds) Private Health Providers in Developing Countries: serving the public interest? Zed Books ...
*  International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries
... is a peer-reviewed open-access journal published on behalf of the ...
*  Water supply and women in developing countries
... is a complex topic, as lack of accessible, sufficient, clean and affordable ... "Water and Sanitization in Developing Countries: Including Health in the Equation", Maggie A Montgomery and Menachem Elimelech, ... In most countries, women are the primary household members responsible for providing water for domestic consumption. The ... Water supply schemes in developing nations have shown higher success when planned and run with full participation of women in ...
*  Camelpox
The lesions begin as papules, but develop into pustules. These external symptoms usually begin on the head and neck, but ... while troops from non-Camel herding countries would be susceptible. It is not believed that the research process was successful ...
*  European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership
North/South networking and co-ordination Partnerships among EU and developing countries that focuses specifically on developing ... figure). Europe EU member states, plus Norway and Switzerland . Developing countries All sub-Saharan African countries. ... The European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership or EDCTP is a partnership between the European Union (EU), ... Taken together, clinical trials based in developing countries where the diseases are endemic, capacity building, and South- ...