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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 1: No Poverty

Organizations relating to Services

Association of Nongovernmental Development and Service Bodies in Guatemala
Catholic Relief Services / Est. 1943
DIAKONIA - Protestant Refugee Service
Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Est. 1988
Internet Law and Policy Forum / Est. 1996
Arolsen Archives - International Center on Nazi Persecution / Est. 1943
Federazione Organismi Cristiani Servizio Internazionale Volontario / Est. 1972
Agricultural Services International / Est. 1993
E-Changer / Est. 1959
Protocol for the Amendment of the 1956 Agreement on the Joint Financing of Certain Air Navigation Services in Iceland / Est. 1982
German Development Service / Est. 1963
Federation of Astronomical and Geophysical Data Analysis Services / Est. 1956
Asociación de Bolsas de Comercio de Centroamérica, Panama y República Dominicana / Est. 1991
Population Services Overseas Programmes
Consortium for International Pacific Education and Communication Experiments by Satellite / Est. 1973
European Registry of Internet Domain Names / Est. 2003
Industry Council for Development Services / Est. 1979
Convention Respecting the Consular Service / Est. 1910
Educational Services, International / Est. 1972
Act for Peace / Est. 1948
Asia Pacific Marketing Services / Est. 1980
Service of the European Churches for International Students / Est. 1996
United Nations Emergency Technical Aid Service
Lentil Experimental News Service
Domain Name Rights Coalition

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World Problems relating to Services

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical practices in transportation
Inadequate bus services
Inadequate emergency medical services
Inadequate emergency services
Inadequate community policing
Debt slavery
Inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Counterfeiting
Irregular hospital transportation
Inaccessibility of health services
Underutilized medical services
Misrepresentation of information to consumers
Inadequate health services
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Inadequate transport infrastructure
Unethical practices in the service sector
Excessive consumption of goods and services
Unethical practices of engineering
Inadequate national law enforcement
Irregular transport services
Inadequate infrastructure
Inappropriate sanitation facilities
Inadequate taxi service
Misallocation of resources in health services
Decreasing consumer choice

Action Strategies relating to Services

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Improving food service
Protecting against health hazards of motherhood
Providing social security services
Providing public transportation
Improving sanitation for the poor
Improving public utilities in urban areas
Developing medical informatics
Reporting the environmental impact of products and services
Promoting open trade for sustainable development
Recruiting ethnic minorities into police and prison services
Punishing criminals with prison programme
Expanding use of information technology for law
Improving access to abortion
Delivering quality health services to ethnically diverse populations
Strengthening preventative and curative health services for indigenous people
Providing public health services
Identifying services of general economic interest
Designing economic goods and services
Ensuring economic services
Indicating need for resource planning
Developing economic goods and services
Strengthening education on urban energy and transportation services
Removing government barriers to international trade in services
Rehabilitating the handicapped
Providing health services

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