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Our new website was launched on the 16 October - we hope you like it! You may find that our school resources section might not look as you normally expect it to. While all our resources have been migrated to the new website, the huge number of resources means we have not had time to edit all to fit the look and feel of the new site.
Resilience and Vulnerability in Development
This animation explores India and the Sustainable Development Goals. How might this dynamic country change by 2030?
By 2050, it is projected that 70% of the world's population will live in cities. 5.2 billion urban residents are expected in Asia and Africa. How is internal migration shaping these cities?
Theories of development
People have had different ideas about how to best develop poor countries. This resource considers six of those approaches
ICTs: A technological fix?
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can help poor people improve their lives
Subject Knowledge Animation: El Nino and Development
An overview of the El Nino effect and its impacts upon development
Development processes and pathways
Find out about the development challenge for poorer people living in Pakistan, Malawi and South Africa
Disasters and development
Find out more about how natural disasters can have an impact on development
The two sides of ecotourism in Borneo
Asia’s largest island, Borneo, is fast becoming a destination of choice for tourists keen to experience unusual wildlife and natural landscapes
Resilience and vulnerability in climate change and farming with Oxfam
Oxfam helps people to understand and adapt to the changes they are facing, and to reduce risks from hazards
Inequality and its management
Global inequality is a growing problem with the divide between the world’s economic elite and the world’s poorest people getting ever larger
El Nino and Development in Peru
Peru is regularly affected by El Niño and La Niña currents
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