The objective of the report is to find and propose ways and means of increasing the impact of programmes and projects by exploring possible avenues including finding synergies, linkages and integration opportunities in order to reach out to a larger number of rural communities with a high level of poverty incidence.
Millennium Development Goals
- 1 Eradicate extreme hunger and poverty
- 2 Achieve universal primary education
- 3 Promote gender equality and empower women
- 4 Reduce child mortality
UNDP Leadership on MDGs
So far, Bhutan has had significant progress on achieving the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets especially in enhancing sustainable access to sanitation and safe drinking water and halving the under-weight children under five children years of age. Bhutan has also been able to successfully control malaria and tuberculosis.
UNDP's work in Bhutan has largely been focussed on poverty reduction, envinronment and disaster management, governance, education and health. It has been achieved through facilitation of policy advice and capacity building for pro-poor growth, integrated poverty reduction and mainstreaming environment and disaster risk reduction into national and local development planning.
The MDGs were instrumental in Bhutan's graduation from being a Least Developed Country and has helped prioritize time-bound targets to address extreme poverty by mobilizing global committment to improve human lives.
Latest MDG Reports
- 07 Oct 2015:Ensuring national-local coordination for effective disaster management
- 07 Oct 2015:UNDP marks 25 years of Human Development
- 05 Oct 2015:Uttaray villagers reduce smoke to ashes