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  • 22.05.2017
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How to achieve the SDGs by 2030 – lessons from 50 case studies

ODI’s Development Progress initiative looked at more than 50 cases across Africa, Asia and Latin America where progress was faster than expected.
  • 22.05.2017
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TWAS Fellowships for Research and Advanced Training - Call 2017

TWAS offers fellowships to young scientists in developing countries to enable them to spend three to 12 months at centres of excellence in various developing countries (other than their own).
ICSU Report on the SDGs
  • 18.05.2017
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A Guide to SDG Interactions: from Science to Implementation

This ICSU-report explores the nature of interlinkages between the sdgs. It is based on the premise that a science-informed analysis of interactions across sdg domains – which is currently lacking – can support more coherent and effective decision- making, and better facilitate follow-up and monitoring of progress.
KFPE Newsletter
  • 11.05.2017
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KFPE Newsletter published

Please find the May 2017 Newsletter
Nachhaltigkeitsziele / Sustainable Development Goals
  • 11.05.2017
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Swiss Research Portal for Sustainable Development

The Swiss Research Portal for Sustainable Development is now online. Researchers are called upon to share their profile, projects and publications to make the work in this field more visible. The platform can be searched using the UN SDGs or other issues.
  • 08.05.2017
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ESTHER Switzerland New Call for Proposals 2017

ESTHER Switzerland is a network of institutions that engages Swiss hospitals and other institutions in effective and sustainable North-South partnerships. ESTHER partnerships strengthen the capacity of the health workforce and institutions to provide quality health services for people in low and middle-income countries, with a focus on universal health care coverage and strengthening health services.

KFPE Newsletter May 2017

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