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Progress on Millennium Development Goals

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Transcript of Progress on Millennium Development Goals

Bangladesh
Progress On Millennium Development Goals
Singapore
Mynamar
Myanmar is also named Burma. Burma was a British colony from 1824–1942 and again from 1945–1948. In 1948 a gang of soldiers that supported former prime minister U Saw broke into the Parliament building and killed the interim government months before independence form the british. Among the dead was General Aung San. Since that day Myanmar has been ruled by a oppressive, military, totalitarian government. Myanmar has received various sanctions for the horrible crimes it commits like marching political opposition on to mine fields, massacring students, locking people in dog cages and giving guns and drugs to children and prisoners and make the walk into china. The last 7 years Myanmar military has had some political reform and opened up to the rest of the world. This means the development of Myanmar is only has data on its development from the past 3 to 4 years.
Intro
Progress on Millennium
Development Goals

Progress on Millennium
Development Goals

Goal 3
Goal 6
Combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Diseases
Progress On Millennium Development Goals
Goal 5
Improving Maternal Health
Goal 4
Reducing Child Mortality Rates
Goal 8
Developing a Global Partnership for Development
Goal 2
Achieving Universal Primary Education
Goal 3
Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering women
Progress On Millennium Development Goals
Goal 6
Combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Diseases
Goal 5
Improving Maternal Health
Goal 7
Ensuring Environmental Sustainability
Goal 8
Developing a Global Partnership for Development
Goal 1
Eradicating Extreme Poverty and Hunger
Goal 4
Reducing Child Mortality Rates
Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. It is borded by the Republic of India to its north, west and east, by the Union of Myanmar to its south-east and by the Bay of Bengal to its south.
Goal 7
Ensuring Environmental Sustainability
Bangladesh has made commendable progress in respect of eradication of poverty and hunger. The growth has resulted in effective poverty decrease from 56.7 percent in 1991-92 to 31.5 percent in 2010. Bangladesh has already met target 1 by bringing down the poverty gap ratio to 6.5 against 2015 target of 8.0.


Eradicating Extreme Poverty and Hunger
Goal 1
Women who climbed her way out of poverty and providing her family with food
Important progress had been made in Bangladesh's primary education. Reduction of dropouts, improvement in completion of the cycle, and implementation of a number of quality enhancement measures in primary education. The government is on their way of implementing a comprehensive National Education Policy (2010) to achieve its goals. The Constitution of Bangladesh has supply for free and compulsory primary education.
Achieving Universal Primary Education
Goal 2
Bangladesh has already achieved this goal i.e. gender equality in primary and secondary education at the national level. Bangladesh has already achieved this goal i.e. gender equality in primary and secondary education at the national level.
Promoting Gender Equality and
Empowering Women
Bangladesh has already met their target of reducing under-five percent mortality rate: against the target of achieving 48 per 1,000 live births in 2015, it has already been achieved 44 per 1,000 live births in 2011. The successful programs are immunization, control of diarrhoeal diseases and Vitamin A.
The average rate of reduction from the base year has been about 3.3 percent per year, compared with the average annual rate of reduction of 3.0 percent required for achieving the Millennium Development Goals in 2015.
Bangladesh has performed well in slowing down communicable diseases under this goal. Bangladesh currently is less than 0.1 percent and thus is still below an epidemic level. Bangladesh has already achieved the Millennium Development Goal targets of tuberculosis case detection and cure rates.
Since 1991, there has been a steady increase in CO2 emission in Bangladesh. In 2007, the emission was 0.3 tonne per capita. Without the issue of arsenic contamination 98.2 percent of the population of Bangladesh is using improved drinking water source; 63.6 percent of population is using improved sanitation in 2011.
Bangladesh’s gross domestic product has reduced from 5.6 percent to 1.6 percent. ODA expense in Millennium Development Goals parts like education, health, social welfare, labour, public administration and social infrastructure have been receiving higher attention from 2000 .




Proportion of population below $1 (ppp) per day
For Singapore in 2000 was 1.61 and in 2010 it was 1.49
Because Singapore is a highly developed country
Goal 1 was achieved


In 2008, proportion of pupils starting grade 1 that finished till the last grade of primary for both sexes was 98.7%
It is on the track of achieving the Goal

For primary education in 2008 boys and girls finish the primary education is 98.5 and 98.8
In 2010 literacy rate of 15-24 year- olds, women and men is: 99.8 and 99.7
The gender disparity in primary and secondary education is very small
Children under- five mortality rate per 1,000 live births in 2008 and 2010 is: 2.7 and 2.6

Maternal mortality ratio per 100,000 live births is 15 in 2000 and 9 in 2005

15- 49 Percentage people living with HIV is 0.10 in 2000 and 0.10 in 2010

Land area covered by forest in percentage
In 1990 is 2.9 and 2009 is 2.9

Mobile cellular subscriptions per 100 inhabitants
In 1990 is 1.71 and in2012 153.40
They can use cellphone equally and convenient in any part of the country
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