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01. Child mortality rate, 2002  
02. Maternal mortality ratio, 2000  
03. Share of urban population living in slums  
04. Human vulnerability index, 1980  
05. Fertilizer consumption, 2001  
06. Physicians per 1,000 people  
07. Antiretroviral drug coverage  
08. Millennium Development Goals financing gap, 2015
01. Rising national incomes reduce the risk of civil war  
01. Major trends in the Goals, by region  
02. Population living below the poverty line  
03. Agriculture risk, location risk, and malaria risk, by region  
04. Recommendations for reforming development partnership  
05. Estimated official development assistance for direct MDG support and MDG capacity building, 2002  
06. Financing the Millennium Development Goals in Ghana  
07. Estimated cost of meeting the Millennium Development Goals in all countries  
08. Plausible official development assistance needs to meet the Millennium Development Goals
09. The benefits of meeting the Millennium Development Goals, by region  
10. Estimated official development assistance flows and gaps of Development Assistance Committee members based on existing commitments  
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