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Leaving no one behind: Internal displacement and the 2030 agenda for sustainable development

As UN member states adopt the new global Sustainable Development Goals, IDMC sets out why internal displacement is a development concern, and how particular attention to IDPs will do much to ensure highly vulnerable populations are not left behind. With tens of millions of people displaced each year by conflict, disasters and development projects, this includes the need to:
1. Support durable solutions to displacement 
2. Pay particular attention to people facing the debilitating impacts of long-term and/or repeated displacement 
3. Ensure that development projects minimise displacement and protect people who are displaced from impoverishment and marginalisation
4. Improve national data collection and develop indicators on internal displacement to ensure resources allocated where they are most needed.

Key Advocacy Messages: Mobility and Disaster Risk Reduction / Messages clés de plaidoyer: Mobilité et réduction des risques de catastrophe / Mensajes y recomendaciones clave: Movilidad y reducción del riesgo de desastres


GEF Fact Sheet: Haiti - Strengthening Adaptive Capacities to Address Climate Change Threats on Sustainable Development Strategies for Coastal Communities

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This fact sheet briefly presents an environmental project financed by the Least Developed Countries Fund to promote sustainable development in Haiti. The document features the project background, the activities implemented and the results obtained. Coordination and synergies with other initiatives are also included.

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