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Haïti Priorise: Choléra, Whittington

Le problème Le choléra est apparu comme une menace pour la santé publique en Haïti pour la première fois en 2010, après avoir été introduit par les forces de maintien de la paix des Nations Unies et...

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Haïti Priorise: WASH, Whittington - FR

Le problème Haïti a les taux de couverture pour l’amélioration de l’eau et de l’assainissement les plus bas de la région Amérique latine et Caraïbes (ALC), au même niveau que certains des pays les...

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Haïti Priorise: Cholera, Whittington

The Problem Cholera first emerged as a public health threat in Haiti in 2010, when it was introduced by United Nations peacekeepers, and spread quickly throughout the country. Since that time,...

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Haïti Priorise: WASH, Whittington

The Problem Haiti has the lowest coverage rates for improved water and sanitation in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region, on par with some of the lowest coverage countries in the world. Not...

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Perspective Paper

Post-2015 Consensus: Air Pollution Perspective, Jeuland

The assessment paper provides an accessible entry into a problem of major global importance for both health and environmental sustainability.

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Assessment Paper

A Scorecard for Humanity: Water and Sanitation, Jeuland et al

Water and sanitation are emotive headline topics that still cause 6–7% of deaths in developing countries -- yet progress has been and will be extraordinary: the death rate related to water and sanitation per 1,000 in developing countries was 1.5 in 1950, slashed to 0.4 today and again to 0.2 by mid-century. Although the rate is falling the numbers are still high: deaths by 2050 will likely still be around 1.7 million, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa...

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Assessment Paper

Second Copenhagen Consensus: Water and Sanitation Assessment, Whittington Hanemann Sadoff Jeuland

An Assessment Paper on Water and Sanitation was prepared for the second Copenhagen Consensus by Dale Whittington, W. Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff, and Marc Jeuland. The working paper used by the...

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A Scorecard for Humanity

A Scorecard for Humanity fits into the ongoing conversation between optimists and pessimists for the last half century. The central question has been: what is the state of the world? The results of our study have been published by Cambridge University Press under the book title How Much Have Global Problems Cost the World? A Scorecard from 1900 to 2050

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Post-2015 Consensus

In 2015, the UN's Millennium Development Goals are expiring and the international community will set new goals. The Post-2015 Consensus brings together the world’s top economists, NGOs, international agencies and businesses to identify the goals with the greatest benefit-to-cost ratio for the next development agenda.

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Copenhagen Consensus II

The second Copenhagen Consensus took place 25-30 May in Copenhagen. Once again, our Expert Panel tackled the question, Imagine you had $75 billion to donate to worthwhile causes. What would you do, and where should we start? The Panel released a prioritized list recommending how best to tackle ten of the world's most pressing issues.

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Haïti Priorise

Haiti faces some of the most acute social and economic development challenges in the world. Despite an influx of aid in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, growth and progress continue to be minimal, at best. With so many actors and the wide breadth of challenges, what should the top priorities be for policy makers, international donors, NGOs and businesses?

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