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21 November, 2006
Eighty20, 21 November 2006. UNDP's latest Human Development Report highlights how South Africa's Human Development Index-based rating has dropped significantly. The country's index is at 0.653.
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The Star, 20 November 2006.
20 November, 2006
Literally News, November 2006.  Project Literacy, in partnership with a number of other role players including UNISA and the KZN Family Literacy Project, has been running the ‘Run Home to Read’ Project for nearly a year now.
20 November, 2006
SANGONeT, 20 November 2006. Africa celebrated the 2006 Africa Statistics Day on 18th November. This day – an initiative of UNECA - became official in the 1990s.
20 November, 2006
IPS News, 16 November 2006.  According to the 2006 Human Development Report, released last week by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), diarrhoea accounts for one-third of childhood deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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EARTHtimes, 16 November 2006.
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IPSNews, 13 November 2006.
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Common Dreams, 15 November 2006.
16 November, 2006
VOA News, 15 November 2006. One Laptop per Child has revealed a low-cost, high-durability laptop computer to be sold, at cost, at roughly $150 (US), for developing country governments to issue to schools in early 2007.
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Center for Global Development, October 2006.
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SANGONeT, 16 November 2006.
15 November, 2006
Eldis Reporter, 14 November 2006. The global water crisis demands immediate attention as the issue which is holding back human progress like no other, argues the UN’s Human Development Report 2006.
15 November, 2006
PlusNews, 10 November 2006.  The future of Namibian and Zimbabwean NGOs and beneficiaries of various anti-AIDS interventions hang in the balance following the countries’ latest grant proposals being rejected by the Global Fund.
15 November, 2006
Business Day, 14 November 2006. Black Sash has welcomed the comments made by Social Development Minister Zola Skweyiya regarding the basic income grant in South Africa.

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