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May 30th, 2006

IPS Latin America is fully implementing the MDG project supported by UNDP. The project envisages the production of MDG related stories, translation to Portuguese, English and other languages produced by IPS to be later distributed globally through its wire.

Furthermore, a radio weekly program on MDG’s is available online and distributed to a series of radios in the region. The ortuguese radio program will be available by before June 15.

A weekly newsletter on MDGs is circulated to a wide list of receptors in the region. The first training for journalists workshop is being organized for the Andean region. It is scheduled on 14 – 15 June. The second is foreseen in the month of July in Panama for Central American countries.

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