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Esse artigo analisa o papel do Fundo IBAS para o Alívio da Fome e Pobreza na implementação dos Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável. A partir do projeto do Fundo IBAS em Santa Lúcia, intitulado “Redução da pobreza por meio do desenvolvimento pecuário”, enfatizamos as vantagens e os desafios em usar a cooperação Sul-Sul como um meio de implementação da Agenda 2030.
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