|Title||World Bank eAtlas of the Millennium Development Goals|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||World Bank -Washington, DC, US|
|Place Published||Washington, DC, USA|
|Keywords||access to sanitation, access to water, indicators, millennium development goals, sdiman|
The World Bank eAtlas includes relevant indicators to be used to assess progress over the period from 1990 to 2015 Declaration when targets are expected to be met. The indicators were selected by international and national statistical experts to help track progress on the commitment made in 2000 in the United Nations Millennium. Each year the Secretary-General presents a report to the UN General Assembly on progress achieved toward implementing the Declaration, based on data on the selected indicators, aggregated at global and regional levels. The MDG database is maintained by the United Nations Statistics Division. The eAtlas lets you visualize and map the indicators that measure progress toward the Goals, with clear explanations of each Goal and its related Targets as the context. When you select an indicator, the eAtlas creates a world map keyed to that indicator, with country rankings and data in your choice of tables or graphs. You can pan or zoom to view different countries or regions, view the dynamic change in that map with a time series, compare two maps and sets of data, and do much more.
|Original Publication||The millennium development goals and the road to 2015 : building on progress and responding to crisis|