Business and Management
Submitted By shadaz
The Millennium Development Goals
The Millennium Development Goal has eight reports, which was agreed during the UN Millennium Summit in September 2000. The 8 Millennium Development Goals are:
1) Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
2) Achieve universal primary education
3) Promote gender equality and empower women
4) Reduce child mortality
5) Improve maternal health
6) Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
7) Ensure environmental sustainability
8) Develop a global partnership for development
These are the 8 MDGs, which arose from the UN Millennium declaration and are to be met within a period of 25 years (1990-2015). These are broke down into 18 quantifiable targets and have 48 indicators that measures the development gained by countries towards meeting each target.
The Millennium Development Goal Reports are followed on the basis of the major principles, which call for giving the follow-up process a national characteristic quality. This is attained by constructing national capacities that are able to prepare follow-up reports, estimating their outcomes and deciding the suitable steps to meet the goals in accordingly with the available capacities and institutional capabilities. It is also attained by following some specific development strategies, that help to develop the national capabilities by confronting the political leadership and decision makers with the certainty and challenges that are faced in attaining the goals.
Also the process of examining growths related to many indicators requires the facility of a broad database.
This needs a scientifically advanced statistical system, maintained with a good national statistical system. The availability of exact database system based on field research and surveys can also progress global database of UAE.
Here we can say that United Arab Emirates understands the development of human and…...