The Federal Times (TFT)
- Date submitted: 31 Oct 2011
- Stakeholder type: Major Group
- Name: The Federal Times (TFT)
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Full SubmissionAn Input brief Compilation to RIO-20 An input brief Compilation document submitting to RIO+20 to build our common future pathways to a safer, more equitable, cleaner, greener and more prosperous world for all. I, suggest to RIO+20 give an opportunity to sustainable green economy to improve every corner of the world that makes a evolutionary, revolutionary and metamorphosis changes the health and environment protection of the grass-root level people who lives corner of world. Simultaneously keep on eyes of RIO-20 successfully to achieve the Millennium Development Goals to improve the income of the poorest of the poor who lives at least developed countries, developing countries and poor who are in slums in developed countries, make a strategy to secure decent work for women and men everywhere, decent work is widespread need, shared by people, families and communities in every society. Decent work is a global demand today, confronting political and business leadership worldwide. Much of our common future depends on how we meet this challenge. I request RIO-20 create a unity of purpose among the three constituents ? Governments, workers and employers, give the right pathway to fundamental principles and rights at work, Employment, social protection and social dialogue. I request RIO-20 provide clean water is an agent for change, most of the people in the least developed and developing countries are not getting clean water and most of the working poor are not getting clean water, hence, fallen in poverty line, at present it is need to provide clean water to eradicate poverty and reduce the poverty in the world. I suggest ?Clean, Accessible Water Makes a Big Difference?, and ?Clean Water and Proper Sanitation is a Basic Human Right?, but, satisfactorily providing clean water in least developed and developing countries governments? in the world. Most of the Governments? unable to provide clean accessible water, hence, increases poverty in the world. Many countries in the world are neglect clean water, more than a billion people lack access to clean drinking water, and over 2.4 billion lack access to proper sanitary facilities. The result is that there are more people in the world?s hospitals today suffering from water-borne diseases than any other ailment; at any time, more than half of the hospital beds in the world are filled with people suffering from water-borne diseases. I request the RIO+20 identify and make a strategic survey those are poorly managed water resources countries, regions and rural areas in each and every country, make a strategic report to bring awareness among governments?, employers and employees.