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JOIN US: Ebola - What Wales is doing. Nov 12, 5-6:30pm

Want to know more about how Wales is tackling Ebola in west Africa? Join us November 12 in the Temple of Peace for an informal reception with updates from Oxfam Cymru, The SAFE Foundation, ELRHA, Size of Wales and others to be confirmed.

You're also invited to the WCIA's Anniversary Lecture with the Under-Secretary-General and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Baronness Valerie Amos, who will be speaking in the Marble Hall on humanitarian assistance in times of conflict.

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What next? Looking beyond the MDGs


In December 2015 the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will end. Since 2000, extreme poverty has fallen by 50%, another 2.3 billion have access to safe drinking water and more girls are in education. So what should we do next?

The end of the MDGs are an opportunity for new and ambitious targets. After the Rio+20 Conference in 2012, world leaders agreed to create a set of sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Discussions about the goals are ongoing and will end in September 2015.

Click here for more information about the forthcoming SDGs >>>

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Wales International Development Sector is a vibrant mix of civil society and volunteer groups as well as national and international development agencies.

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Updated October 29, 2014

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