Algeria - National Millennium Development Goals Report

Algeria presented a report about the Millennuim development Goals in 2010 and it covers the period between 2005 and 2010. It describes the situation in Algeria and the steps that will be taken in order to achieve the eight Millennium Development Gaols. Moreover, it discusses the ways that should bemore


Arab Human Development Report 2009

Arab Human Development Reports (AHDRs) engage institutions and citizens in the Arab countries in global concerns so as to build understanding and consensus around regional and national development priorities. They also identify disadvantaged groups of population and regions and suggest policies,more


Bahrain - National Millennium Development Goals Report

This report includes a national review of the progress in achieving the Millennium Development Goals in the Kingdom of Bahrain during the past ten years. It has been prepared as part of the participation, by the Kingdom, in the upcoming meeting of the UN General Assembly, which will be held inmore


Egypt - National Millennuim Development Report

The 2010 report marks an important benchmark since it is only five-years prior to the specified date. It aims to provide up-to-date follow-up of Egypt’s progress toward achieving each of the Millennium Development Goals. Evidence- based indicators, mainly dependent on reliable National statistics,more


Jordan - National Millennium Development Goals Report

Jordan’s second Millennium Development Goals Report 2010 shows the extent to which progress has been made towards achieving those targets and highlights the challenges that still confront the country to achieve these goals. The report seeks to identify the policies required for meeting the MDGmore

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OUR WORK - Millennium Development Goals

According to the Third Arab Human Development Report (AMDGR) for 2010, the Arab region continues to be characterized by sharp disparities between the different sub-regions While the high income countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council  are on-track to achieving most of the MDG targets, the poorer countries, most of which suffer from conflict, together with Iraq and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, lag significantly behind, making it unlikely that they will be able to meet the majority of the targets by 2015.

Within this context, the Millennium Development Goals can only be achieved by 2015 through following suitable economic and social policies.

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