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What Will You Find Inside?This eBook contains 50 Vegan Paleo Recipes. It will help you cook Vegan-Paleo dishes for your everyday meal. The people who are looking for a healthy solution to their diet plans will find this eBook very beneficial. So what if you are vegan? You can still follow a Paleo diet because it involves vegetables that are full of rich in nutrients that will keep you healthy as ever. All the recipes are strictly Vegan mixed with a Paleo diet routine.
You will find the following things in this eBook:
1. Introduction to Vegan-Paleo Diet
2. Variety of food that can be enjoyed in a Vegan-Paleo Diet
3. The benefits of following this diet
4. Strictly Vegan-Paleo recipes
5. Breakfast Recipes
6. Lunch Recipes
7. Dinner Recipes
8. Dessert RecipesThis report will help you learn about Vegan-Paleo recipes. By the end of this eBook, I promise you will be able to make Vegan-Paleo Recipes in every meal of the day. These recipes will be nutrient and protein rich that will surely provide you with proper nourishment.
Population growth, reproductive health and reproductive rights are amongst the most pressing issues facing governments and the international community. Since the world's governments agreed for the first time on far-reaching and enlightened population policies at the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo, a good deal of progress has been made on these issues, but major challenges remain. This fully updated edition of Creating a New Consensus on Population charts international progress on efforts to address population and development, reproductive health, reproductive rights, religion, contraception and the empowerment of women. Historical coverage includes the lead up process to the ICPD, the conference itself and the global consensus and the ICPD Programme of Action that resulted. The book then turns to how population issues have developed over the past decade and a half including follow-up and implementation at the international level by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and other UN agencies and organizations. Key international events are covered including the 1999 ICPD+5, Millennium Summit 2000, ICPD+10 and the 2005 MDG+5 as well as relevant regional events. The book also examines the reorientation of policies and programmes and implementation at national levels across the world. Crucially, it looks at emerging issues and partnerships including the increasing role of NGOs, women's groups, youth groups, foundations, public-private partnerships and other non-state stakeholders. Written by Jyoti Shankar Singh, former ICPD Executive Coordinator, this is the definitive account of how the international community has engaged with population issues and policies and it offers insight into both the ongoing challenges as well as how an international consensus can be forged on crucial global issues. It is essential reading for all those involved in population, health and development issues and policies world-wide.
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