Millenium Development Goals


Millennium Development Goals in Georgia. 2004

This national baseline report is the first effort in monitoring Georgia's commitment to the Millennium Declaration. The report adapts global Millennium Development Goals and targets to national priorities and local conditions. Launched in June 2004, this Report is the result of a strongmore


Millennium Development Goals in Georgia. 2005

The Report assesses the progress in implementing Millennium Development Goals in Georgia and follows the previous baseline report issued in June 2004. The Report represents a "stocktaking” exercise in preparation for the MDG+5 World Summit to be held in New York, September 2005. The reportmore


Tbilisi MDG Report 2007

This report is an attempt of the Tbilisi Municipality to adapt national Millennium Development Goals by specifically targeting the urban environment of Georgia's capital city - Tbilisi. The baseline report preceded the formulation of the annual socio-economic development programme for Tbilisi andmore

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As a signatory to the Millennium Declaration of September 2000, Georgia is committed to fulfilling the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that address specific Georgian needs. For each of the eight MDGs there are a number of national targets adjusted for Georgia. First MDG Report produced in 2004 was followed by the Progress Report in 2005. No other official reports were produced since then except 2007 Tbilisi MDG Report by the Mayor’s Office with the support from UNDP. However, many of the state strategies were positively affecting the achievement of the Goals. In 2010, the MDG Coordination Group was launched at the Parliament of Georgia to coordinate the achievement of the national Millennium Development Goals. With assistance from UNDP, UN agencies in Georgia and in cooperation with the European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development, the Parliament of Georgia published a practical guide to establish the mechanisms of parliamentary engagement with the MDGs.