Paraguayans

Paraguay (; Spanish pronunciation: [paɾaˈɣwaj] (listen)), officially the Republic of Paraguay (Spanish: República del Paraguay; Guarani: Tetã Paraguái), is a country in South America. It is bordered by Argentina to the south and southwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Bolivia to the northwest. Although one of only two landlocked countries in South America (the other being Bolivia), the country has coasts, beaches and ports on the Paraguay and Paraná rivers that give exit to the Atlantic Ocean through the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway.Spanish conquistadores arrived in 1524, and in 1537 established the city of Asunción, the first capital of the …

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World Bank Group · 26 June 2024 English

Paraguay has been a beacon of macroeconomic stability, but like the rest of the region, its average growth has moderated since 2013, which has affected the pace of poverty reduction. …

leading to a significant fall in the proportion of Paraguayans living below the international poverty line since 2013. At the end of 2022, the share of Paraguayans living below the international poverty line of the trust of Paraguayans in government. At the beginning of 2023, 82.7 percent of Paraguayans surveyed it is estimated that at least 63 percent of Paraguayans working in non-agricultural sectors have informal17 and age effects, real income has stagnated for Paraguayans born after 1993 (Rojas and Yoong 2022). Three


UN: The United Nations · 18 June 2024 English

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registration as nationals of the children of Paraguayans born abroad that are stateless by legal provisions


UN: The United Nations · 29 May 2024 English

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Government, which worked for the well-being of all Paraguayans in keeping with the principles of equality and


World Bank Group · 23 April 2024 English

in minimum levels of learning in 15-year-old Paraguayans, but many still do not reach this level: 85


IOM: International Organization for Migration · 29 January 2024 English

The role of local governments, not only in the management of migration at the local level, but also in realizing the urban dimensions of the 2030 Agenda, has been recognized …

nationals, for the most part Venezuelans (40.6%), Paraguayans (18.1%) and Bolivians (15.1%).10 According to


UN: The United Nations · 18 December 2023 English

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and Guaraní, approximately 65 per cent of all Paraguayans speak Spanish.2 Guaraní and Spanish are official minority group in Paraguay. Moreover, many Paraguayans apparently continue to be unaware that Afrodescendent situation of such communities along with all Paraguayans. Moreover, undertaking a census exclusively for


UN: The United Nations · 18 December 2023 English

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and Guaraní, approximately 65 per cent of all Paraguayans speak Spanish.2 Guaraní and Spanish are official minority group in Paraguay. Moreover, many Paraguayans apparently continue to be unaware that Afrodescendent situation of such communities along with all Paraguayans. Moreover, undertaking a census exclusively for


UN: The United Nations · 18 December 2023 English

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and Guaraní, approximately 65 per cent of all Paraguayans speak Spanish.2 Guaraní and Spanish are official minority group in Paraguay. Moreover, many Paraguayans apparently continue to be unaware that Afrodescendent situation of such communities along with all Paraguayans. Moreover, undertaking a census exclusively for


UN: The United Nations · 18 December 2023 Japanese

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and Guaraní, approximately 65 per cent of all Paraguayans speak Spanish.2 Guaraní and Spanish are official minority group in Paraguay. Moreover, many Paraguayans apparently continue to be unaware that Afrodescendent situation of such communities along with all Paraguayans. Moreover, undertaking a census exclusively for


UN: The United Nations · 18 December 2023 Sindhi

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and Guaraní, approximately 65 per cent of all Paraguayans speak Spanish.2 Guaraní and Spanish are official minority group in Paraguay. Moreover, many Paraguayans apparently continue to be unaware that Afrodescendent situation of such communities along with all Paraguayans. Moreover, undertaking a census exclusively for


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