A leaflet has been published to faciltate the understanding of these Guiding Principles: Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and to help everyone find out how they are a useful tool in the struggle against extreme poverty.
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Education in Burkina Faso – the importance of conciliating modern and traditional education
Burkina Faso, known as the “Land of Upright People”, is often depicted by unfavourable statistics that do not demonstrate its strengths. It is nevertheless true that it is the second country world-wide, after Niger, with the highest...
The Kamenge Youth Centre is a place of peace on the outskirts of Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi, which is one of the three poorest countries in the world. During the last fifty years the country has had three dictatorships, five massacres and thirteen years of war. The Centre has 39,650 registered members and also reaches out to the surrounding...
Since the end of 2009, Mati and Stiftung Brücke* have cooperated on implementing parts of the Millennium Development Goals in a participatory approach, together with the villagers of Harguzirpar, 5 km out of Mymensingh town, District Mymensingh in Bangladesh.
The organisation Mati was founded in 1998 through the personal...
The MDGs, evaluated by people living in poverty
An ATD Fourth World participative project to ensure those most concerned can contribute to a post-2015 development agenda
The most vulnerable remain unreached
In 2011 UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned that the most...