International Women’s Day: A Domestic Violence Survivor Turns Into A Succesful Plastic Recycling Entrepreneur.
Two months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Palu and surrounding areas, our cash-for-work programme is now in a full swing. The Cash-for-Work programme involves quake survivors – 40 percent of them are women - to clear the debris from quake-stricken buildings. The initiative seeks to employ 3,500 quake survivors by the end of January 2019. UNDP, in partnership with local government and BNPB, helps restore communities through debris management. #SULTENGBANGKIT
The Marrakesh Treaty aims to facilitate access to published works for people with print disabilities by creating a legal framework to allow the creation, distribution, and cross-border exchange of accessible formats.
Now available in downloadable audiobook
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