This report examines the latest progress towards achieving the MDGs. It reaffirms that the MDGs have made a profound difference in people’s lives. Global poverty has been halved five years ahead of the 2015 timeframe.
The MDG Gap Task Force Report 2013, entitled, “The Global Partnership for Development: The Challenge We Face,” tracks delivery on commitments listed under Millennium Development Goal 8—the global partnership for development. To deepen the global partnership of UN Member States, international organizations, civil society, the private sector and others, the report makes many recommendations, including stopping tax evasion, strengthening manufacturing safety standards, dealing with unsustainable debt and improving financial regulation and the rules for global trade.
The present report is submitted pursuant to General Assembly resolution 65/1, in which the Assembly requested the Secretary-General to report annually on progress in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals until 2015 and to make recommendations for further steps to advance the United Nations development agenda beyond 2015.
This report focuses on the former transition economies of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, examines progress in all of the UNECE economies for several goals which still have not been achieved in the advanced economies of Western Europe and North America.
This report analyses the The Millennium Development Goals of UN. It focuses on targets and achievements that UN accomplished and gives detailed information about the countries that had developed with the help of UN.
This report tracks international cooperation efforts, measuring them against commitments, and offers recommendations on how, by placing development at centre stage, to strengthen the global partnership and thereby achieve a more balanced and sustainable growth of the world economy.
This report is the result of a broader effort to identify barriers to social inclusion and full integration of people living with HIV in society– focusing on healthcare, education and employment and other sectors of society and it involves linkages to broader developmental issues related to AIDS, such as human development.
This report contains valuable information about what works have been done against AIDS and why, as well as highlighting the key challenges we face in our quest to respond effectively to AIDS—now and in the decades to come.
The present report is to identify remaining obstacles to accelerating progress in the achievement of the targets contained in MDG 8 and highlight the degree of compliance to the commitments made by developed and developing countries with a view to strengthening the global partnership for development.
This report analyses The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), that are eight targeted development that aims to free humanity from extreme poverty, hunger and disease by 2015 and the report analyses what has been achieved so far.