The 2010 report provides a definition of major issues hindering the achievement of some goals and targets and contains conclusions, including forecasts as to whether these targets can be achieved by 2015, along with practical recommendations and steps to be made by the Government to achieve MDGs by 2015.
The Millennium Development Goals Eight Goals for 2015
- 1 Eradicate extreme hunger and poverty
- 2 Achieve universal primary education
- 3 Promote gender equality and empower women
- 4 Reduce child mortality
Millennium Development Goals in Kazakhstan
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) stem from the Millennium Declaration, which was signed by 191 states, including Kazakhstan, and captures the common aspiration of all nations to build a better and safer place for the twenty-first century. The MDGs are set of clear, numerical targets with assigned indicators to which the international community has subscribed - by 2015 to halve poverty, reduce child and maternal mortality, expand educational opportunities for all, promote gender equality, halt the spread of HIV/AIDS and other major diseases, and improve the environment.
Kazakhstan has achieved the first three Millennium Development Goals and has set more ambitious ‘MDG+’ goals and targets: halve poverty among the rural population; achieve universal secondary education; ensure gender mainstreaming in national planning and budgeting; prevent violence against women; and increase women’s representation in legislative and executive bodies.
Latest MDG Reports
The initial MDG Report was published in 2002 and was the first of its kind in Eastern Europe and the CIS, signifying the country's openness to a frank assessment of national progress towards the MDGs and eagerness to work for their attainment.This report is not about bureaucratic details, voluminous analyses or policy recommendations.
The year 2007 is exactly half way toward MDG achievements since they were adopted in 2000 and their coordinated date of implementation is 2015. Given that a number of objectives related to MDGs have already been achieved, the given report includes MDG+ agenda.
The Future We Want
This report is based on the results of the Post-215 Agenda national consultations in Kazakhstan, which engaged more than 2,000 people from October 2012 to March 2013.
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The Millenium Declaration
In 2000, 189 nations made a promise to free people from extreme poverty and multiple deprivations. This pledge turned into the eight Millennium Development Goals.