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Today, on the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, the Global Freedom Network(GFN) has brought together leaders of the Christian Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox, as well as Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim faiths who have jointly declared one common humanitarian endeavour: To eradicate modern slavery by 2020 throughout our world and for all time as a crime against humanity.
Instead, the spokesman said, the prime minister ordered that during the NovemberApril, which is considered as a lean period for polio, concerted efforts should be made to control and eradicate the disease.
If we take appropriate measures in this regard we can easily eradicate poverty from the Muslim world.
The best defence against polio is to eradicate the virus and this is what Rotary and its partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) are working towards.
First meeting to eradicate illiteracy in Ninewa province held NINEWA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Ninewa province held it is first meeting to eradicate illiteracy.
SHEEP farming brothers Dafydd and John Jones from near Machynlleth, are pioneering a programme to eradicate sheep scab in their local area.
List horses BOTHY and ERADICATE run in the Totesport Trophy.
Islamabad, June 25 (ANI): South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) nations on Friday resolved to cooperate with each other as part of their endeavour to eradicate the menace of terrorism.
We will strive, by any means possible, to eradicate this stain.
Efforts to eradicate a tropical disease which can result in three-feet-long worms bursting out of people's flesh were boosted by a pounds 50 million UK cash injection yesterday.
It's considered to be very detrimental, very hard to eradicate,'' said Alan Laird, deputy for the Ventura County Agricultural Commission.