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Create sound policy frameworks at the national, regional, and international levels, based on pro-poor and gender-sensitive development strategies, to support accelerated investment in poverty eradication actions.

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-Based Organizations: These are local groups formed by community members to address their specific needs, often focusing on poverty alleviation and gender issues.

  2. Women's Self-Help Groups: These groups typically consist of women from the same community working together to improve their economic and social status, often through income-generating activities.

  3. Local Non-Governmental Organizations: Many local NGOs are dedicated to community development, poverty reduction, and gender equality, advocating for policies that benefit marginalized groups.

  4. Youth Groups: Engaging young people in community development efforts can contribute to creating policies that address the needs of both young individuals and the broader community.

  5. Farmers' Cooperatives: In rural areas, cooperatives formed by farmers often work towards sustainable agriculture, poverty reduction, and gender-sensitive practices within the agricultural sector.

  6. Community Development Associations: These organizations focus on holistic community development, including the formulation and implementation of policies that benefit the entire community.

  7. Health Committees: Community-level groups concerned with healthcare often advocate for policies that address the health needs of the poor and vulnerable, with attention to gender-specific issues.

  8. Human Rights Committees: Organizations focused on human rights at the community level can play a crucial role in advocating for policies that protect the rights of marginalized groups, including women and the poor.

  9. Environmental and Conservation Groups: These organizations may work at the community level to promote sustainable development and advocate for policies that balance environmental concerns with poverty reduction and gender equality.

  10. Community Education Initiatives: Organizations that focus on education at the community level often contribute to policy advocacy for inclusive and gender-sensitive education practices.

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