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 Copenhagen Consensus, April 2004
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ADVOCACY AND POLITICAL COMMITMENT

Cost/benefit analysis PROFILES

Anatoly Karpov

Damage Assessment Reports

International Meeting for the Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, Beijing, 2002

Copenhagen Consensus

 

The goal of the Copenhagen Consensus project was to set priorities among a series of proposals
for confronting ten great global challenges. These challenges, selected from a wider set of issues
identified by the United Nations, are: civil conflicts; climate change; communicable diseases;
education; financial stability; governance; hunger and malnutrition; migration; trade reform; and
water and sanitation.

Summary of Copenhagen Consensus Challenge Paper: Hunger and Malnutrition
Challenge paper by Jere R Behrman, Harold Alderman and John Hoddinott, 2004

Copenhagen Consensus: The Results

Linkages Between Poverty Reduction Strategies and Child Nutrition (POWER POINT)
Harold Alderman, Jere Behrman, John Hoddinott; 2004