With America still reeling from a terrorist attack on the Capitol and a massive national debt, it’s easy to forget that there are other countries with more pressing issues to worry about.
One of those is India, where an anti-poverty initiative launched by President Narendra Modi last year has been lauded as a beacon of hope and opportunity.
With the country’s population growing by a staggering 17 percent a year and its economy growing at double digits, India’s development is no doubt a priority for the U.S. — and now it has been recognized for it by a top U.N. human rights official.
The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has endorsed India’s Anti-Poverty and Hunger Mission (APP), which aims to eliminate extreme poverty and hunger in India by 2030.
While the United States supports efforts to improve the lives of millions of Indians, the APHM Mission is more than just a tool to help those who have been left behind.
Its aim is to raise global awareness and improve the way people in India see their lives.
As part of its mission, the UNHRC recognized APHMs India and Bangladesh in a resolution that says APHs efforts “will contribute to a better standard of living for the vast majority of Indians.”
The APHm Mission, launched in 2014, aims to raise $20 billion over the next five years in India, Bangladesh and Nepal to build sanitation and nutrition facilities, clean water and schools.
The UNHrc says that, with a population of over seven billion, India has the capacity to reach almost two-thirds of all people in the world by 2030, with more than two billion Indians receiving the basic needs of a life without hunger.
While the APHM Mission is currently focused on India, the U,S.
and the United Nations have been working together on the APHRM Mission for several years.
The U.A.E., for example, has pledged $30 billion to the APHAm Mission.
The APHRm Mission is also focused on empowering women to empower themselves and their communities, while empowering indigenous people and indigenous communities of the country.
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