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Country processes


Country-level processes to achieve the Goals
Designing a national strategy to achieve the Goals
Working back from the 2015 targets and timelines
Priority public investments to empower poor people
The key elements for rapid scale-up
Good governance to achieve the Goals

Country-level processes to achieve the Goals

 

To enable all countries to achieve the MDGs, the world must treat them not as abstract ambitions but as practical policy objectives. The practical steps to achieve the Goals in each country can and should be diagnosed, planned, and implemented with the proper focus and actions, combined with suitable support from the international community. Many well governed developing -countries are poised to make dramatic progress beginning in 2005—if their development partners deliver on long-standing promises to increase assistance.
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Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals
"Investing in Development brings together the core recommendations of the UN Millennium Project. By outlining practical investment strategies and approaches to financing them, the report presents an operational framework that will allow even the poorest countries to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015."
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