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Asia-Pacific MDG Study Series

The studies in this series have been published by ESCAP/ADB/UNDP in a joint project on MDGs in Asia and the Pacific. They look at key drivers which have propelled MDG achievements in the region, and which are likely to remain important in the region’s quest for reaching the Goals by 2015. They focus specifically on three areas where increased and sustained policy attention would be required: hunger and food security; health and basic services; and basic infrastructure. The series is a resource which policy makers, development practitioners and other stakeholders should find useful in achieving the MDGs.

ASIA PACIFIC REG MDG RPT 2011/12

Asia-Pacific Regional MDG Report 2011/12

Accelerating Equitable Achievement of the MDGs - Closing Gaps in Health and Nutrition Outcomes

Series:
Asia-Pacific MDG Study Series
19 Sep 2012
Chapter 1, Taking stock of updated MDG status and trends, present the MDG progress in the Asia-Pacific region using the “traffic lights” method demonstrating the slow progress, off-track, on-track and early achiever MDG targets, highlighting the progress and challenges among countries in the regi...
MILLENNIUM DEV GOALS PROGRESS 2007

Millennium Development Goals, The

Progress in Asia and the Pacific 2007

Series:
Asia-Pacific MDG Study Series
2 Jun 2008
This report is the latest update to the 2006 report on progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Asia and the Pacific region. It assesses whether countries are on or off track for the various indicators. It also looks at intra-country disparities, concentrating on so...
ACCESS BASIC SERVICES FOR POOR

Access to Basic Services for the Poor

The Importance of Good Governance

Series:
Asia-Pacific MDG Study Series
2 Jun 2008