Search: UN,World Bank (4 materials)

BRICS and food security

... the “have nots.” But is his post of global voluntarism really what “food security” is all about? It smarts of the fuzzy global governance logic inherent in the “Kickstarter” approach Moon and his allies at the World Bank, NGOs and other Western interests used in an effort to raise funds for the Ebola crisis. But that effort did not achieve Moon's ambitious funding goals. Most of the heavy lifting and educating has been done by the US Africa Command. Competing and uncoordinated sets of statistics regarding world hunger ...


Disease and Diplomacy. Tuberculosis as a political weapon.

... newspaper and online publication "The Miami Herald" noted that the American online zine has named the Ebola Scare as the 2014 "Lie of the Year." The Obama administration, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the World Bank led by an America, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and big name NGOs all supported the "Ebola Scare" saying that over $20 billion was needed immediately to contain the outbreak during the next 18 months." Their effort faltered. While tuberculosis has not ...


Diplomacy and hegemony in the “Horn of Africa”

... “Horn of Africa” to encompass 18 percent of the total continent. Their recent trip to Addis Ababa and Mogadishu to buzz up the project was reported with optimism by major western media and assets. Another iffy “start up” from the UN and the World Bank Like their $32 billion Ebola fund that continues undersubscribed, this plan abandons the historic guaranteed money aid approach in favor of the business-to-business “start up” model that operates on a pay-as-you-go basis. One ...


Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals and Russia’s Input in the Renewed Partnership Discussed in Moscow

On March 12, Moscow hosted international high-level expert workshop "Post-2015 Development Agenda: toward a Renewed Partnership for Development " sponsored by the World Bank, United Nations Development Program and Russia's G8 Sherpa Office and attended by top officials of international organizations, ministries and agencies, Russian and foreign experts, civil society leaders and businesspersons. The participants focused on ...


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