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• #SheBuilds innovations: Changing the story
• Australian aid should not be a 'political football' - Senate inquiry
• Does USAID need an ambassador for 'trade facilitation'?
• Don’t blame the child, says UNFPA on teen pregnancy
• EuropeAid Framework Contracts: What you need to know
• Event preview: This week in development cooperation
• HIV drug could treat cervical cancer, new study shows
• ICPD 2014 report findings on SRHR will contribute to defining Post-2015
agenda
• IFC proposes $1.5 billion annual investment in Nigeria
• Kwibuka20 marks 20 years since the Rwandan Genocide
• Nordic development fund eyes new climate project
• Simple averages belie agriculture gender gap in sub-Saharan Africa
• To break barriers, give women more access to climate finance
• Unexploded bombs in Laos hinder achievement of MDGs
• UNFPA and UN Women team-up against gender-based violence via new
global program
• UNHCR to Kenya: Don't overcrowd refugee camps, improve registration
• United Nations officially kicks off Year of Small Island Developing States
• Violence, rains stoke food supply fears in Nigeria
• 'We are certainly not ready for the rainy season' - MSF in South Sudan
• When aid workers ask for help - still a sign of weakness?

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News Feed 
• #SheBuilds innovations:
Changing the story
• Australian aid should not
be a 'political football' -
Senate inquiry
• Does USAID need an
ambassador for 'trade
facilitation'?
• Don’t blame the child,
says UNFPA on teen
pregnancy
• EuropeAid Framework
Contracts: What you need
to know
• Event preview: This week
in development
cooperation
• HIV drug could treat
cervical cancer, new study
shows
• ICPD 2014 report findings
on SRHR will contribute to
defining Post-2015 agenda
• IFC proposes $1.5 billion
annual investment in
Nigeria
• Kwibuka20 marks 20
years since the Rwandan
Genocide
• Nordic development fund
eyes new climate project
• Simple averages belie
agriculture gender gap in
sub-Saharan Africa
• To break barriers, give
women more access to
climate finance
• Unexploded bombs in
Laos hinder achievement
of MDGs
• UNFPA and UN Women
team-up against gender-
based violence via new
global program
• UNHCR to Kenya: Don't
overcrowd refugee camps,
improve registration
• United Nations officially
kicks off Year of Small
Island Developing States
• Violence, rains stoke food
supply fears in Nigeria
• 'We are certainly not ready
for the rainy season' - MSF
in South Sudan
• When aid workers ask for
help - still a sign of
weakness?
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