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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 1: No Poverty

Organizations relating to Deprivation

TransWorld Development Initiatives / Brentwood MD, USA
REMAR International / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1982
People in Need / Prague, Czech Rep / Est. 1992
Nordic Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect / Saudarkrókur, Iceland / Est. 1998
Convention Concerning the Reciprocal Grant of Assistance to Distressed Persons / Est. 1951
Aid to the Church in Need / Königstein, Germany / Est. 1947
International Children\'s Care / Vancouver WA, USA / Est. 1978
Global Advance / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1990
Kids in Deficient Situations / Cologne, Germany
International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect / Aurora CO, USA / Est. 1977
Institute for Human Sciences / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1982
African Network for Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse and Neglect / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1986
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous / New York NY, USA / Est. 1986
European Federation of the Community of Sant\'Egidio / Rome, Italy
Feed the Children / Oklahoma City OK, USA / Est. 1979
European Federation for Street Children / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1995
Kairos-Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1989
Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1958
Help for Children in Need / Duisburg, Germany / Est. 1959
Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative / Geneva, Switzerland
Oaks of Righteousness Movement International / Lomé, Togo
Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime and on the Financing of Terrorism / Strasbourg, France / Est. 2005
Ancelle dei Poveri di Jeanne Delanoue / Saumur, France / Est. 1709
Covenant House / New York NY, USA / Est. 1972

View all profiles (95 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Deprivation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Nutritional deficiencies
Social exclusion
Denial of rights of mental patients
Denial of right to sufficient shelter
Manipulative cults
Iodine deficiency disorders
Discrimination against women in employment
Lack of skilled manpower in rural areas
Discrimination against women in religion
Soil infertility
Imprisonment
Inadequate health services
Deficient business leadership
Exploitation of child labour
Protein-energy malnutrition
Slavery
Maternal malnutrition
Denial of the right to medical consent
Neglect of environmental consequences of government policies
Denial of human rights
Famine
Racism
Denial of right to a people to pursue development
Social hardships of economic reform
Human torture

Action Strategies relating to Deprivation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing dietary supplements
Assisting those in poverty
Financing housing for the poor
Giving priority to primary environmental care in deprived urban and rural areas
Assisting victimized children
Establishing immediate social help
Studying micronutrient deficiencies
Correcting vitamin deficiencies in diet
Studying disease due to hormone deficiency
Educating in nutrition
Empowering disenfranchised
Organizing community space
Improving education
Improving reliability of national statistics
Establishing exclusive fishing zones
Ministering to the needy
Mapping soil deficiency
Preventing monopolization of gene patents of organisms
Apply international provisions to fish populations on the high seas
Correcting nutritional deficiencies
Preventing denial of electronic service attacks
Developing industrial zone
Organizing the poor to protect common resources
Neglecting politics
Caring-Neglecting

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