A new global Copenhagen Consensus took place 25-30 May 2008. Once again it took stock of the world’s biggest problems and their solutions. The basic idea was the same as used in our first Copenhagen Consensus: Imagine you had $75bn to donate to worthwhile causes. What would you do, and where should we start?
Copenhagen Consensus III. In 2004 and 2008, the Copenhagen Consensus hosted two major conferences that helped to shape overseas development spending and philanthropic decisions for years to come, directing significantly more money to HIV/AIDS spending in 2004, and micronutrients in 2008. The projects provided a clear list of priorities ranked according to their costs and benefits and potential …
Copenhagen Consensus 2008 – Results The goal of Copenhagen Consensus 2008 was to set priorities among a series of proposals for confronting ten great global challenges. These challenges are: Air pollution, Conflicts, Diseases, Education, Global Warming, Malnutrition
copenhagen consensus 2008 malnutrition and hunger Challenge Paper 3 South Asia alone accounts for almost half of the world’s population of stunted children less than five (73.8 of the 177.7 million), and 10.3 of the 19.3 million severely wasted children. Africa accounts for another 56.9 million of the stunted and 5.6 million of the
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