Millennium Development Goals Report (2015)

Millennium Development Goals Report (2015)

Publication year: 2015

Type: Report

Keywords: MDG, Millennium Development Goals, Uzbekistan, Report

This report is a joint effort of the Government of Uzbekistan and the United Nations (UN) agencies in Uzbekistan, and it aims to provide an analysis and assessment of the country’s progress towards the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals during 2000-2013. It also identifies key factors that have contributed to the achievement of the goals as well as highlighting the challenges the country will have to address in the years to come.

The report provides a meaningful account of how Uzbekistan has progressed in achieving the following nationalized MDGs:


  • MDG 1 Improve living standards and reduce malnutrition
  • MDG 2 Improve the quality of education in primary and secondary schools
  • MDG 3 Promote gender equality and empower women
  • MDG 4 Reduce child mortality
  • MDG 5 Improve maternal health
  • MDG 6 Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria
  • MDG 7 Ensure environmental sustainability
  • MDG 8 Uzbekistan and global partnership for Development

The MDG report is the result of a highly participatory and consultative process: 8 working groups were formed with national experts from more than 15 Ministries and institutions and representatives of eight UN agencies; 4 rounds of working group meetings and round tables were organized to discuss the structure and core content of the document; several international experts were involved in its preparation.

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