Millennium Development Goals

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WUSME World Union of small and medium enterprises active for reaching the Millennium Development Goals by 2015 many of the impacts unavoidably to come over US in the next decades until stabilized, will fall most heavily on the poorest and most vulnerable communities in developing countries with the least ability to adapt. Technical and financial assistance will be needed by particularly vulnerable, low-income developing countries to meet their mounting adaptation needs. WUSME’s motto to introduce a new architecture for development, especially for micro-small and medium enterprises doing agribusiness in less privileged economies is: “ACTIONS INSTEAD OF DECLARATIONS”. Kyoto protocol, the declarations as contained in the Millennium promise (Millennium development goals) of the United Nations, the G-8, G-20, and so on have admittedly increased the awareness of politicians that our planet change is in danger by climate, global economic crises and political instability. However the practical results were up to date more than poor. We are today from the Millennium promises more miles away than five or six years ago, and the economic crisis of 2008 is no excuse.

A renewed focus on agribusiness is on important complementary strategy to the existing approaches being followed for the structural transformation, technological upgrading and economic diversification of African economies. Agribusiness is the key determinators of overall economic growth and poverty reduction in most countries of sub-Saharan Africa, as it harnesses the critical linkages between agriculture, industry and services. The accelerated development of agribusiness will benefit a large majority of the African population it will be “people-oriented” because it wants to enhance the well being of both producers and consumers, and generate employment, income and food security. African states, through the African Union, have pledged to invest a minimum of 10 percent of budgetary resources in the agriculturalsector, and the G-8, meeting in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009 renewed the commitment of the donor community to the comprehensive Africa agricultural development programs.

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