The Millennium Development Goals Essay

Submitted By Alice-Shang
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After reading about one of the Millennium Development Goals (see this week's Reading section), write a 350­word summary about the Goal and current progress. Be sure to include: 1. What the goal is specifically trying to accomplish
2.How progress toward the goal is going
3. What kinds of interventions are helping progress?
4. What kinds of things are hurting progress?
5. Are there specific countries that are doing well? Doing poorly?After reading about one of the Millennium Development Goals (see this week's Reading section), write a
350­word summary about the Goal and current progress. Be sure to include The goal is trying to accomplish lower poverty and hunger rates. Progress towards this goal is going quite well. In Ghana they have reduced hunger rates by half and do not plan to stop there. “Various child malnutrition indicators show that, Ghana is on track to achieving two out of three child malnutrition indicators ahead of 2015.” One of the Millennium Development Goals is eradicating extreme poverty and hunger.The target for this goal is to halve the people born from 1990 to 2015() who are living on less than $1.25 a day and suffering from hunger. Besides, to achieve decent employment for women, men and young people is another solution to eradicate poverty. Progress towards reaching the goal has been operated in many countries. The poverty population in China declined from 452 million to 278 million(). The target that halve the proportion of people living on less than $1 a day has been achieved according to the
World Bank.India is another one of the developing countries which achieved the most of the goals. According to Post­2015 development agenda, many organizations will be initiated a process of consultations. The need for a goal for women’s empowerment and gender equality get confirmed in post­2015 goals, which will play a significant role in the process of eradicating poverty and hunger among developing…