The MDGs consist of eight goals, on reducing poverty and other related aspirations, such as achieving universal primary education (i.e. ensuring that every child, regardless of sex, goes to primary school and completes primary education).
This effort brought about concerted efforts by governments, the development community, and various stakeholders to meet the MDGs, and to accelerate progress in meeting them. Examinations by the development community, such as the Asian Development Bank’s Independent Evaluation Department, and the United Nations Children’s Fund, have indicated considerable progress particularly on education-MDGs, although progress has been very uneven not only across countries, but within countries. Read more >
Author Jose Ramon G. Albert and Clarissa David
News Site Rappler
Date Published March 11, 2015
Article Link Money in basic education, cash transfers: What works?
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