Zambia MDGs Progress Report 2008

17 Apr 2013
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The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Progress Report 2008 is the third, after the 2003 and 2005 publications, to be produced by the Government of the Republic of Zambia and the United Nations Country Team. The MDG Progress Reports are written in collaboration with all the stakeholders, including civil society organizations, private sector and cooperating partners involved in the development sphere in Zambia. The purpose of these reports is to assess progress towards the attainment of the MDGs in Zambia.
The MDGs are a set of eight mutually reinforcing development goals contained in the 2000 Millennium Declaration. The Declaration was signed by 147 Heads of State, including the Zambian Republican President, to initiate action to combat the human development deprivations to which majority of the world population is still exposed.

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