MPHC

(redirected from Make Poverty History campaign)
AcronymDefinition
MPHCMallow Primary Healthcare Centre (Ireland)
MPHCMichigan Public Health Code
MPHCMini Primary Health Centre (India)
MPHCMake Poverty History Campaign (UK)
MPHCMaster of Primary Health Care (degree)
MPHCMedia Player Home Cinema (Microsoft Windows audio/video)
MPHCMichigan Pioneer and Historical Collections
MPHCMetroid Prime Hunters Claw (gaming)
MPHCMaintenance and Preventive Home Care
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The Chancellor was among five people honoured by Newcastle University yesterday in a ceremony to mark the Make Poverty History Campaign.
The Make Poverty History campaign was launched as Britain took on the presidency of the G8 in 2005, with the hope of catapulting debt relief to the top of the political agenda.
Almost a year on from Live8 concerts around the globe as part of the Make Poverty History campaign, Geldof said that while pledges on debt have been honoured, agreements on aid were flagging and trade agreements were unfulfilled.
Chancellor Gordon Brown turned minds back to last summer's Make Poverty History campaign as he made an impassioned plea for help for the world's most disadvantaged.
The final plank of the Make Poverty History campaign was more and better aid.
Oxfam said research among more than 2,000 people showed last year's Make Poverty History campaign and the tsunami had triggered a groundswell of interest in charitable behaviour.
THE world is a better place in 2006 - because of what you made happen in 2005This time last year, the Sunday Mail invited me to write about the the Make Poverty History campaign.
The singer - who along with Bob Geldof fronted this year's Make Poverty History campaign - said his work had "raised eyebrows" among fellow band-members.
Bono, who was one of the figureheads alongside Bob Geldof of this year's Make Poverty History campaign and Live 8 concert, yesterday admitted his campaigning had 'raised eyebrows' among his fellow band-members.
Along with Bono, Geldof worked closely with the Prime Minister and Gordon Brown on the Make Poverty History campaign.
Nelson Mandela joined the Make Poverty History campaign in February, calling for us to be the great generation who conquer extreme poverty.
The day of action, organised by the Make Poverty History campaign and supported by groups such as Oxfam, is aimed a drawing attention to the role of trade in alleviating world poverty.