UN-managed fund fights poverty and hunger across Global South
| Updated Nov 29, 2017 at 5:17am
Director of UNOSSC, Jorge Chediek along with representatives from Brazil, India and South Africa during the IBSA fund report launch. UN News/Laura Quinones.
Three leaders in "South-South Cooperation", together with $33 million in contributions, are helping 15 of the least developed countries in the world move ahead with achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
India, Brazil, and South Africa – three nations from different economies and different continents – launched the latest IBSA Fund report on Monday, which helps developing countries advance their goals, in partnership with the UN.
From the Global South-South Development Expo in Antalya, Turkey,