Developing Countries

A developing country is a country with a less developed industrial base and a low Human Development Index (HDI) relative to other countries. However, this definition is not universally agreed upon. There is also no clear agreement on which countries fit this category. The term low and middle-income country (LMIC) is often used interchangeably but refers only to the economy of the countries: The World Bank classifies the world's economies into four groups, based on Gross National Income per capita, re-set each year on July 1: high, upper-middle, lower-middle, and low income countries. Least developed countries, landlocked developing countries and …



IRENA: International Renewable Energy Agency · 24 November 2023 English

Renewable energy

indigenous communities across developed and developing countries ....................................... rural areas, especially in low-income and developing countries, experience a large disparity in access indigenous communities across developed and developing countries Australia Low-income large-family households at Isle of Eigg (Scotland): Lessons for developing countries”, Renewable Energy, vol. 81, pp. 578–88

OEKO: Öko-Institut e.V. · 23 November 2023 English

In the context of the Kyoto Protocol, basic principles regarding the use of ODA were agreed in the context of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM): Project developers had to confirm …

carbon credits are two financing streams for developing countries to deal with this challenge. The use of be classified as ODA they must a) go to developing countries or territories (or to citizens of those holds for many other assets traded with developing countries and is thus not sufficient for ODA eligibility other assets, and using carbon credits from developing countries to achieve these voluntary goals is more with the intent of supporting projects in developing countries and without claiming the associated emission

Southern Voice · 23 November 2023 English

The analysis considers variables such as the gender of the business owner, the industry in which the enterprise operates, and the scale of the business in terms of employees and …

economic power outages in Sri activities. In developing countries like Sri Lanka. Lanka, key economic sectors—tourism and other enterprises, in particular in developing countries, to financial services, including affordable Policy in the Time of COVID-19: A Primer for Developing Countries (World Bank Research and Policy Briefs No

UNDP: United Nations Development Programme · 23 November 2023 English

This energy governance policy paper serves as a strategic framework for UNDP teams and their partners to craft cohesive and impactful responses to foster a just energy transition. It intends …

quantitative framework to assist policymakers in developing countries to cost-effectively promote and scale-up Addressing the cost-of-living crisis in developing countries: Poverty and vulnerability projections and org/publications/addressing-cost-living-crisis-developing-countries-poverty-and- vulnerability-projections-

UNODC: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime · 22 November 2023 English

15 Due to improvements in data coverage and statistical modelling, the estimated 2022 global rate of 1.2 female intimate partner/family- related homicides per 100,000 women is not directly comparable to …

more support is required, especially for developing countries which lack the funding and capacities to

CIGS: Canon Institute for Global Studies · 22 November 2023 English

By looking into the changes in the Middle East, especially in the Persian Gulf region as a major oil and gas producing area that is expected to be significantly affected …

relations and relations between developed and developing countries. 2. Decarbonization and the Gulf region

WaterAid · 22 November 2023 English

Sanitation is a critical entry point in achieving outcomes This paper aims to consolidate data on the across all of the Sustainable Development status of climate change and sanitation in …

Ridge to Reef Project: results and lessons developing countries. Nature Communications, learned report,

World Bank Group · 21 November 2023

countries, as highlighted in the existing literature explaining the adverse effects of imports on developing countries. Despite being more open to trade, trade-intensive industries in Egypt have not experienced

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