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How Can The EU Play A Role in Making The Promises of The SDGs a Reality For Older Men and Women in Tanzania?

Photo credit: Clemence Eliah/HelpAge International It has been a year since EU Member States agreed to make bold and transformative steps towards changing the lives of all people across the world by adopting the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs). These 17 goals seek to realise the human rights of all and create a world in which all people, including older people, live free from fear and violence.
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