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The changing intersection of society and development goals: An examination aimed at improving policy-making

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  • Shuvechha Khadka
  • Ajaya Dixit

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The paper explores the links between the MDGs and Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, it examines the interconnection between climate vulnerability, water, sanitation and health in Nepal. The study seeks to interrogate these issues within a framework of sustainable livelihood conditions.

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  • Shuvechha Khadka & Ajaya Dixit, 2014. "The changing intersection of society and development goals: An examination aimed at improving policy-making," Southern Voice Occasional Paper 10, Southern Voice.
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