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POPLINE

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. Center for Communication Programs

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This bibliographic database on reproductive health provides more than 300,000 citations with abstracts to scientific articles, reports, books, and unpublished reports in the field of population, family planning, and related health issues. It has numerous special features including links to free, fulltext documents; the ability to limit your search to peer-reviewed journal articles; and many abstracts in French and Spanish. Comprehensive POPLINE searches are provided for any person affiliated with an academic, government, population, or other qualified organization in a developing country free of charge. Results are mailed or sent by e-mail. A current awareness service can email or post newly added records on specified topics each month, free of charge to users in developing countries

Planetwire

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Planetwire.org is a website where journalists can find the latest information about reproductive health, rights and services, mother and child health, equality in education, women's empowerment, youth participation and the environment. The site provides reporters with story ideas, facts and figures, expert spokespeople, information from organisations and government agencies to provide background on these issues

DisabledGo : local access to information across the country

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This website provides free detailed access information for disabled people across the UK and Ireland. It contains detailed access information guides for hotels, cinemas, restaurants, tourist attractions, pubs, train stations, leisure centres and universities. Additionally, links are provided to jobs, work experience placements and related organisations

World development indicators

WORLD BANK

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Updated three times a year, the World Development Indicators (WDI) are the World Bank's compilation of data about development, which started in 1960 and cover 209 countries. The indicators cover: agricultural and rural development; aid effectiveness; economic policy and external debt; education; energy and mining; environment; financial sector; health; infrastructure; labour and social protection; poverty; private sector; public sector; science and technology; social development; and urban development

Drum beat

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This regular free email newsletter summarises information included on the Communiation Intitaive's website. Issues are thematic

The FIA guide for the disabled traveler

FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE L’AUTOMOBILE (FIA)

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This website provides a global guide for the disabled traveller by providing practical information about disability parking tools. This resource would be useful to anyone practical interested in information for disabled travelers

Young power in social action

YOUNG POWER IN SOCIAL ACTION (YPSA)

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Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) is a social development organisation working in 12 districts in Bangladesh to fight poverty and increase the participation of vulnerable groups in sustainable development. Their projects and activities focus upon health, human rights, education, disaster management, environment and biodiversity, knowledge and capacity development, and economic development. The website provides links to related organisations, reports, publications and news link

SDG philanthropy platform : helping philanthropy engage in the global development agenda

SDG FUNDERS

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This website shows data on philanthropic investment, allowing people to find partners and identify and share experiences of effective collaboration. It contains many features, including a knowledge hub with reports, background papers, case studies and outcome documents, a dashboard of indicators displaying funding from philanthropy and the broader international development community by goal region, country and population group and much more

Young power in social action (YPSA)

YOUNG POWER IN SOCIAL ACTION (YPSA)

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YPSA is a voluntary, non-profit, social development organization registered with a number of different departments of Bangladesh Government, focusing on youth participation in development programmes. It envisions a society without poverty where everyone’s basic needs and rights are ensured. YPSA exists to participate with the poor and vulnerable population with all commitment to bring about their own and society’s sustainable development. The website contains a number of reports and publications, as well as details on the various YPSA projects, the focus of which range from health to human rights to economic development

International Forum on Globalisation (IFG)

INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON GLOBALISATION (IFG)

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The International Forum on Globalization (IFG) is an alliance of sixty leading activists, scholars, economists, researchers and writers formed to stimulate new thinking, joint activity, and public education in response to economic globalisation. Representing over 60 organisations in 25 countries, the International Forum on Globalization associates come together out of a shared concern that the world's corporate and political leadership is undertaking a restructuring of global politics and economics that may prove as historically significant as any event since the Industrial Revolution. This restructuring is happening at tremendous speed, with little public disclosure of the profound consequences affecting democracy, human welfare, local economies, and the natural world. The website provides access to IFG and other publications about globalisation and other websites. The resources are arranged into themes - globalisation and empire building; the World Trade Organization; the IMF and World Bank; and the United Nations

Human development report : statistics

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (UNDP)

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The UNDP holds a comprehensive database about different areas relevant to describing the development of a country. This database includes indicators such as literacy, average age of death, child mortality etc and is relevant for all researchers and NGOs

Development gateway

DEVELOPMENT GATEWAY FOUNDATION

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The Development Gateway portal provides a space for communities to share experiences on development efforts. The portal supports the Development Gateway Foundation's knowledge-sharing efforts through services such as an online directory for information on development projects (AiDA), an electronic procurement market (dgMarket), information on major development topics (Topic Pages), and links to a growing network of country-level initiatives (Country Gateways). By offering users virtual interactive communities centered on development issues, the portal's Topic Pages encourage knowledge-sharing and help improve collaboration among development practitioners. Expert guides and global topic advisors work with their communities to highlight the most relevant and useful resources available on the Internet. The topic pages enable you to share knowledge and locate resources on a variety of development topics; build a community of experience around development topics through individual member contributions; receive free email alerts and newsletters; and make connections with thousands of registered users

Environment and urbanization

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