FROM THE FIELD
Achieving the Millennium Development Goals

MDG Summit Media Rundown #4

by |September 24, 2010

The Guardian – ‎Sep 23, 2010
Millennium development goals in an age of fear and loathing

Inter Press Service – Sep 23, 2010
Obama Lays Out Vision, Details Still Blurry

Associated Press – Sep 21, 2010
State of the World: Progress in a small Kenyan village

Financial Times – Sep 23, 2010
Rationalise aid to increase efficiency and meet MDGs

Financial Times (blog) – Sep 22, 2010
Jeffrey Sachs: Extraordinary China

Financial Times (blog) – Sep 22, 2010
Jeffrey Sachs: China has left the west on the sidelines in Africa

Financial Times – Sep 23, 2010
The link between lack of ethics and world poverty

Independent – Sep 22, 2010
Adrian Hamilton: Global poverty isn’t what it was

Post Chronicle – Sep 22, 2010
Obama Endorses Global Taxes on Eve of UN Summit

Globe and Mail – Sep 23, 2010
Assessing progress toward Millennium Development Goals

Xinhua – Sep 23, 2010
Interview: “Africa benefits from China’s rapid growth,” US economist says

Huffington Post (blog) – Sep 22, 2010
It’s All about Commitments at the Clinton Global Initiative

Huffington Post (blog) – ‎Sep 22, 2010
Why Global Fund Reform Paves the Way for Robust Pledges

WNYC (blog) – Sep 22, 2010
How Much Do New Yorkers Know About the Millennium Development Goals?

Inner City Press – Sep 22, 2010
On MDGs, UN’s Ban Won’t Comment on Debt, Tax Havens or Zapatero Dodging Kagame

Kaiser Family Foundation – Sep 22, 2010
Opinions: Genetically-Modified Crops Can Improve Vaccines; MDG Focus On Women …

The Hindu – Sep 22, 2010
Millennium Development Goals: challenges and the way ahead

TMCnet – Sep 22, 2010
Mobile Networks Influence Socio-Economic Development in Rural Area

Gulf Times – Sep 22, 2010
Education must be given top priority, says Mozah

Previous rundowns are here:

http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2010/09/20/media-rundown-on-mdgs/

http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2010/09/21/mdg-summit-media-rundown-2/

http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2010/09/21/mdg-summit-media-rundown-3/

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