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Progress for children : achieving the MDGs with equity

The past decade has seen considerable progress towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the fulfillment of children’s rights to survival, development and protection. But with the MDG deadline only five years away, it is becoming ever clearer that reaching the poorest and most marginalized children is pivotal to the full realization of the goals. Progress for Children: Achieving the MDGs with Equity reports what has been accomplished so far, but it also reveals the glaring disparities that must be eliminated in order to achieve a more equitable world for children. [authors abstract]

TitleProgress for children : achieving the MDGs with equity
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsUNICEF -New York, NY, US
Secondary TitleAchieving the MDGs with Equity
Volume9
Pagination88 p.; tab.; fig.
Date Published2010-09-01
PublisherUNICEF
Place PublishedNew York, NY, USA
Keywordschild health, children, diseases, hiv/aids, maternal health, millennium development goals, mortality
Abstract

The past decade has seen considerable progress towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the fulfillment of children’s rights to survival, development and protection. But with the MDG deadline only five years away, it is becoming ever clearer that reaching the poorest and most marginalized children is pivotal to the full realization of the goals. Progress for Children: Achieving the MDGs with Equity reports what has been accomplished so far, but it also reveals the glaring disparities that must be eliminated in order to achieve a more equitable world for children. [authors abstract]

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