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.
What does MPHC stand for?
MPHC stands for Make Poverty History Campaign (UK)
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We have 22 other meanings of MPHC in our Acronym Attic
- Michigan Public Health Association
- Minneapolis Public Housing Authority
- Minnesota Public Health Association
- Missouri Public Health Association
- Mountain Pleasure Horse Association
- Metropolitan Police Housing Assistance Program (District of Columbia)
- Madhya Pradesh Housing Board (India)
- Multi-Purpose Holdings Berhad (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Multi-Purpose Household Budget Survey (Nepal Rastra Bank)
- Maintenance and Preventive Home Care
- Mallow Primary Healthcare Centre (Ireland)
- Master of Primary Health Care (degree)
- Media Player Home Cinema (Microsoft Windows audio/video)
- Metroid Prime Hunters Claw (gaming)
- Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections
- Michigan Public Health Code
- Mini Primary Health Centre (India)
- Mississippi Primary Health Care Association
- Matteus Primary Health Care Centre (Sweden)
- Madison Public Health Department (Madison, WI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But he said people from Tyneside who had travelled to the G8 summit as part of the Make Poverty History campaign "are not uncritical of the Government".
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.
Nelson Mandela joined the Make Poverty History campaign in February, calling for us to be the great generation who conquer extreme poverty.
And while the Make Poverty History campaign secured significant progress in July, the future for eradicating poverty is still very bleak.
Climbers from various groups wrapped the peak in a white band, the symbol of the Make Poverty History Campaign.
Canon Charles Taylor, precentor, said: 'Lichfield Cathedral is the mother church for nearly two million people in Staffordshire, north Shropshire and the Black Country, and it is wonderful that we can be the focus for this part of the Make Poverty History campaign
The Make Poverty History campaign, launched earlier this year, is made up of 500 charities, trade unions and campaign group supporting a call to tackle poverty and trade injustice.