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developing country

a nonindustrialized poor country that is seeking to develop its resources by industrialization
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According to the etiological classification, the main causes are corneal diseases and cataract in undeveloped countries, ROP in developing countries, neurological diseases in developed countries.
"Commercial agreements and free trade treaties between developed countries and undeveloped countries are deficient in the protection of human and labor rights," writes Evangelina Argueta, a project coordinator with General Workers Central in Honduras, for Pacific Standard.
As an attempt to bypass corrupt officials in resource-rich undeveloped countries, the oil-to-cash approach would have the government transfer some or all of the revenue from natural resource extraction to citizens in universal, transparent, and regular dividends based on clear rules.
World Health Organization (WHO) invests billions of dollars annually to prevent the transmission of microbial diseases in the developing and undeveloped countries.
Among the most important lessons learned from the current epidemic is the need to ensure that strong public health systems are in place in undeveloped countries such as Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
"Turkey will bridge the gap between developed economies and undeveloped countries to fight global inequality," he added, vowing to include poor countries in decision-making.
What separates many developed countries from undeveloped countries is the quality and safety of their air, food, and water and the infrastructure that supports vital environmental health services.
During its existence, it spread its nasty ideology among undeveloped countries and would have swallowed up the free world given half the chance.
In most developed countries, it has become very easy to ignore the severe lack of food and potable water supplies that occur in most undeveloped countries. Perhaps as global warming changes affect the supply of these vital resources closer to home, there will be an increased effort to develop new technologies that alleviate these shortages that could then be used in the undeveloped countries in more cost-effective manners than what they now have available.
WE SAY IT IS true that we do not witness in this area the grinding, heartbreaking poverty that is endured in the world's most undeveloped countries.
to promote its children's music education program; the Kiwanis Eliminate Campaign to help eradicate maternal and neonatal tetanus, which kills 60,000 infants each year in undeveloped countries; and the Cape Coral Municipal Charter School Foundation in Lee County for the betterment of the music program in its middle school.