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Mobilize resources, including through enhanced development cooperation, to provide adequate and predictable means for least developed countries to implement programs and policies to end poverty .

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Community Development Corporations: CDCs work at the community level to implement policies and programs that address poverty, including affordable housing, economic development, and social services.

  2. Local Poverty Alleviation Committees: These committees are community-based organizations that mobilize resources and implement local policies to address poverty through initiatives such as job training and social assistance.

  3. Community Action Agencies: CAAs work to address poverty at the grassroots level by mobilizing resources for programs related to education, housing, employment, and healthcare.

  4. Neighborhood Revitalization Organizations: These organizations aim to revitalize neighborhoods by implementing policies that improve infrastructure, housing, and economic opportunities to combat poverty.

  5. Social Service Centers: Social service centers operate at the community level, providing resources and implementing policies to support individuals and families facing poverty through counseling, education, and assistance programs.

  6. Local Microfinance Institutions: Microfinance institutions at the community level provide financial resources to entrepreneurs and small businesses, helping to alleviate poverty through economic empowerment.

  7. Community-Based Health Clinics: These clinics work to address health-related aspects of poverty by providing medical services and implementing policies that improve healthcare accessibility at the local level.

  8. Community-Based Education Initiatives: Organizations dedicated to community-based education mobilize resources to implement policies that improve educational opportunities, literacy, and skills development, contributing to poverty reduction.

  9. Food Banks and Community Kitchens: These organizations address immediate needs related to poverty by providing food resources and implementing policies that support food security at the local level.

  10. Community Gardens and Agriculture Cooperatives: Organizations promoting community gardens and agricultural cooperatives mobilize resources to implement policies that enhance food production and economic opportunities at the community level.

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