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Save the Children reports rising malnutrition in drought-hit Afghan regions
Is ‘trade’ the new diplomatic buzzword between US, Pakistan?
Malawi faces $121M budget gap due to aid freeze
In Pakistan, politics hamper polio eradication efforts
Anti-ACTA activists hacks Croatian foreign affairs website
EIB president weighs reducing bank’s 2012 lending portfolio
Joint ADB-UN study says Asia-Pacific should adopt development strategy to lead green growth
Hans-Jürgen Beerfeltz: Aid reform done, expect more efficient development cooperation from Germany
World Bank 2012-16 partnership strategy for Ukraine proposes $550M annual investment program
ADB lists 12 things to know about food security
AECID partners with Spanish Red Cross to provide aid to the Sahel
IFC launches website to help SMEs in Azerbaijan grow their operations
Up to 33M people in Africa, Asia to have solar energy access by 2016
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen calls on Egyptian government to return NGO assets, end prosecutions
AfDB has new COO, corporate services VP, auditor general
Togo receives $3.8M grant from AfDB to fund government reforms
UN humanitarian coordinator in Myanmar says international donor conference likely to be held this year
Development expert is new ADB country director for Bangladesh
HIV, AIDS advocates ‘largely happy’ with Obama’s 2013 budget request
Houthi resurgence exacerbating humanitarian needs in northern Yemen
World Bank to review Myanmar’s financial sectors, says country needs to settle arrears before new loans can be granted
Lay people help address mental health in India
Repression of civil society in Egypt post-Mubarak: ‘Far worse’
A call to an open, more transparent selection process at the World Bank
The next World Bank president: Clinton or Bono?
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