Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Gap Task Force Report 2008

Delivering on the Global Partnership for Achieving the Millennium Development Goals

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The present report was prepared by the MDG Gap Task Force which was created to improve the monitoring of the MDG 8 by leveraging inter-agency coordination. The objective of the report is to identify remaining obstacles to accelerate progress in the achieving the targets contained in MDG 8. It highlights the degree of compliance to the commitments made by developed and developing countries with a view to strengthening the global partnership for development. The main message of the report is that while there has been progress on several counts, important gaps remain in delivering on the global commitments in the area of aid, trade, debt relief, and access to new technologies and affordable essential medicines.

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At the beginning of a new millennium, world leaders made commitments to consolidating a global partnership to improve the life of poor people around the world in the course of one generation, from 1990 to 2015. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are part of the international development agenda of the United Nations. The agenda includes quantitative targets to improve results in poverty reduction, health, education, gender equality and the protection of the environment through stronger partnerships between developed and developing countries, stronger partnerships among developing countries themselves, and partnerships with the active involvement of the private sector.

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