Pandemic Preparedness and Response

Despite the pandemic subverting progress, we can still meet the Global Goals - Here's how

The first sustainable development goal is the eradication of poverty worldwide. Image: REUTERS/Lisa Marie David

Megan Rowling

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Reallocating 1% of assets held by banks from advanced economies to developing ones could fill the gap in SDG financing. Image: OECD
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