The Millennium Development Goals represent a global effort contributed to by every country in the world. It is important that the goals are adapted to reflect what is plausible and attainable in each country around the world, and Uzbekistan has set concrete and realistic national MDG targets and time-bound indicators that apply to the national context.
The Millennium Development Goals Eight Goals for 2015
- 1 Eradicate extreme hunger and poverty
- 2 Achieve universal primary education
- 3 Promote gender equality and empower women
- 4 Reduce child mortality
UNDP’s Leadership on the MDGs in Uzbekistan
‘Targeting Millennium Development Goals’ is a reference book for high school and university students. It aims to provide detailed information regarding Millennium Development Goals, using interactive question and answer games. Like many other countries, Uzbekistan has developed a national program designed to help the nation achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
This is the first National Millennium Development Goals Report for Uzbekistan, prepared jointly by the Government of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Country Team. The aim of the report is to reflect on the current trends and prospects for Uzbekistan’s development, and to facilitate the monitoring of progress made towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) at the country level.
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The Millennium Declaration
In 2000, 189 nations made a promise to free people from extreme poverty and multiple deprivations. This pledge turned into the eight Millennium Development Goals.