BALTIC NEWS SERVICE ABOUT THE PRESENTATION OF NATIONAL REPORT ON MDGS IN UZBEKISTAN
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Baltic portal Baltic News Service (BNS) continues to inform its readers about events in Uzbekistan. In particular, the official website of the publication posted an article about the fact that Uzbekistan has submitted a second national report on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
It notes that the document is an analysis and assessment of the country’s progress towards the Millennium Development Goals for the period 2000-2013". The report identifies the key factors that contributed to the achievement of the MDGs, and formulated the tasks facing Uzbekistan in the coming years", according to information material.
Further it informed that the report consists of 8 points of the MDGs. In particular, such as Uzbekistan and global partnership, to improve the quality of education in primary and secondary schools, the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women, improving maternal health, combating HIV / AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, ensuring environmental sustainability.
"Accelerating the transformation process requires a constant search of new points of balance and appropriate adaptation strategies for sustainable human development. Thus, the report could become the basis for the beginning of consultations on the development and adaptation of the global development agenda after 2015, and the goals of sustainable development for Uzbekistan" - the publication noted.
"With the presentation of the report and the progress towards the MDGs in Uzbekistan by the Center for Economic Studies of the Republic, is the coordinating institution for the preparation of the report. United Nations Office in Uzbekistan presented the main principles and directions of sustainable development at the global level" - the article reports.
IA "Jahon", Riga