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by MAHMOUD MOHIELDIN

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by MAHMOUD MOHIELDIN

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The number of people lacking access to safe drinking water has been halved, improving the lives of over 100 million slum dwellers; gender equality in education has been strengthened; and health care has become more accessible for millions of people. But there is still much to be done; many countries are lagging behind, and there is a great deal of discrepancy within countries.

Available at: http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/mahmoud-mohieldin-describes-the-four-pillars-of-financing-that-should-underpin-the-post-2015-development-agenda 

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