Angola Millennium Goals Report 2010

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CONTENT

1. Abstract………………………………………………………………………………...…3
2. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….4
3. 2.a. United Nations - Millennium Development Goals Project.......................................4
4. 2.b. Angola …………………………………….……………………….………………4
5. The first goal ……………………………………………………………………………..5
6. 3.a What is the goal ? ……………...…………………………………….…………….5
7. 3.b. Angola`s targets ……………………………………………………….………….5
8. 3.c.Angola`s challenges ………………………………………...…………….……….5
9. 3.d. Will Angola complete the goal …………………………………………….……..6
10. 4.The sixth goal ……………………………………………………..……........................6
11. 4.a.What is the goal ? …………………………………………..………………….…..6
12. 4.b.1. Angola`s target …………………………………………..…...............................6
13. 4.b.2.Angola`s progress……………………………………….…….............................6
14. 4.c. Angola`s challenges ………………………………………...….............................7
15. 4.d.WillAngolacompletethegoal ……………………………….……...........................7
16. 5.Conclusion ……………………………………………………….……….....................7
17. References list ……………………………………………………..……………………..8

1. Abstract

There are many regions of Africa involved in war, from the Ivory Coast in the west to sub Saharan Africa. Many of the issues are occur in Africa such as violence, AIDS/HIV diseases, poverty, famine, ethnic or religious conflict, corruption, and economic stagnation .This report analyses two goals from the Millennium Development Goals Project through Angola`s efforts to reach them(United Nation 2010 ). The aim of this paper is to explain the Millennium Development Goals in Angola as an underdeveloped country with a focus on two goals. The first one is reduction of extreme poverty and hunger by half in this country (The Millennium Development Goals Report 2008, p.6). The second one is to combat HIV-AIDS and other diseases (Angola Millennium Goals Report Summary 2005, p. 20). What these goals are , the progress ,challenges and will Angola achieve these goals by 2015 (United Nation 2010 ).

2. Introduction
2.a. United Nations - Millennium Development Goals Project
World leaders came together in 2000 and made a commitment to assessable progress (The Millennium Development Goals report 2008, p.3). They committed to reduce poverty in under developed counties by 2015 (The Millennium Development Goals report 2008, p.3).The Millennium Declaration was a statement of commitment in humanity (United Nation 2010). These are eight goals, which are measurable and have a timetable. The goals address the reduction of poverty, education, gender equality, reduction of child mortality, maternal health, combat HIV-AIDS and other diseases, sustainability of the environment, and development of a global partnership (United Nation 2010). Along with the eight goals, 20 specific targets are set out for achieving the MDGs (The Millennium Development Goals report 2008, p.4). Monitoring is...

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