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MDGs represent a fundamental shift in perception of development. Eight Goals, 18 targets, 48 Indicators A birds eye view of global and regional achievements.

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2 MDGs represent a fundamental shift in perception of development. Eight Goals, 18 targets, 48 Indicators A birds eye view of global and regional achievements in terms of some key goals, targets or indicators MDGs represent a fundamental shift in perception of development. Eight Goals, 18 targets, 48 Indicators A birds eye view of global and regional achievements in terms of some key goals, targets or indicators

3 Progress over time: Progress over time: Mainstreaming MDGs into development agenda Mainstreaming MDGs into development agenda Progress in 8 Goals Progress in 8 Goals Likelihood of MDGs to be reached Likelihood of MDGs to be reached Relative to performance in comparator Relative to performance in comparator countries (Problem of Choice) countries (Problem of Choice)

4 GOAL 1 ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE MET Target - % people below poverty line -Poverty gap ratio - Prevalence of underweight children <5 yrs Bangladesh 40.0[1] [1] [2] [2] Sub-Saharan Africa 41.1[3] 41.1[3][3] GOAL 2 ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE MET Target -Net enrolment ratio in primary schools - Primary school completion rate Bangladesh87.277LDCs77- Sub-Saharan Africa -58 [1][1] Based on higher national poverty line which is higher than $1 a day [2][2] Marks considerable improvement over 1990 figure of 67.0 [3][3] Based on $ 1 a day

5 GOAL 3 PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE MET GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE METTarget Ratio of girls to boys – Primary level Ratio of girls to boys - Secondary level Ratio of girls to boys - Tertiary level Bangladesh111484LDCs90283 GOAL 4 REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE MET GOAL WILL PROBABLY BE MET Target Under – 5 mortality rate Infant Mortality rate Proportion of 1-yr old immunized against measles Bangladesh LDCs

6 GOAL 5 IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH GOAL LIKELY TO BE MET Target Maternal mortality (per 100,000 live births ) % Births attended by skilled personnel Bangladesh Sub-Saharan Africa 921[4] [4] GAOL 6 COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA, OTHER DISEASES GOAL LIKELY TO BE MET HIV incidence (% of population ages 15-49) Incidence of tuberculosis (per 100, 0000 pop.) < GOAL 7 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINBILITY: GOAL LIKELY TO BE MET ( except in forest cover) ( except in forest cover) Access to improved water (% of population) Access to improved sanitations (% of population) Carbon dioxide emission (per capita metric ton) [4][4] Data for 2000

7 Duty free/quota free access: Doha meeting, 2001, Hong Kong, Doha round failure (?) Aid going to trade-related technical assistance fell from 4.4% to 3.5% between 2001 and 2005 Level and effectiveness of ODA MDGs Call to Action

8 Prospects Mainstreaming MDGs (PRSPs, MTBF, Perspective planning) MIC status by 2020 Economic structure diversified Growth accelerating Robust external sector driven by exports and remittances Extensive social protection network : Stipend programmes, public health services etc.

9 Faster and more diversified industrialisation Improving agricultural productivity- food security Improving economic governance Continued macro economic stability Skill shortages Export competitiveness and diversification Improved regulatory environment Climate Change

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