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Millenium Goals 2015
Transcript of Millenium Goals 2015
Case study prepared by:
Following the steps....
2000 - Millenium Summit, 189 UN Member States and 23 International Organizations.
June 2005 - Ministers of Finance of G8 provide enough funds to World Bank, IMF and AfDB to redirect resources to improve health and education.
September 2010 - UN Summit, new commitment to achieve the goals globally in a even way.
July 2012 - Post- 2015 Development Agenda
...the most successful global anti-poverty push in the history ( Ban Ki- Moon)
Goal's development World- Wide
Progress - Report 2013
Albania Case - Goal 1
Implementation of poverty reduction as a strategic priority in National Strategy for Development and Integration 2007 -2013
The economic growth with a stable macroeconomic framework has been the main driver to address the issues of the disadvantaged social groups.
- Maintain regionally balanced economic growth;
- System and procedures for better targeting of social and employment assistance and reduction of abuse;
- Increase local gov. capacities as well as coordination between local and central governance.
Albania Case -Goal 2
The potential for greater progress in education performance is related to the considerable investments in schools and schools equipment infrastructure, as well as teacher's salary increase.
- School concentration;
- Setting up of School boards;
- Free busing;
- Special task force;
- Means of economic support to poor families and marginalized groups.
Albania Case -Goal 3
The greatest success has been in setting up much of the needed policy, legal and regulatory framework, combined with an awareness campaign.
Government inst. and mechanism for planning and reporting on gender equality and fight against violence of women have been put in place over the past several years.
- Jobless because of financial crises;
- Insufficient budget allocated to gender and domestic violence
- Monitoring of legal framework;
- Strengthening key coordination mechanism;
-Improving the targeting of women and men's needs for social protection.
Albania Case - Goal 4 & 5
The success is somehow mixed between stronger health policy framework, expanded services and higher overall budget, more skillful personal in hospitals and higher immunization rate.
Health delivery challenges are not so much a matter of inadequate resources, but rather a matter how this resources are utilized
- Quality of service
- Access to free of charge service
( mainly due to the complex procedure and lack of access to required information)
Albania Case - Goal 6
Government has prepared an action plan aimed at meeting HIV/AIDS targets.
However, implementation of this action plan is crucial for reversing current HIV/AIDS trends. Eliminating mortality from TB requires much more—and tailored—efforts.
Albania Case - Goal 7
Success has been achieved in terms of setting up the necessary policy and legal frameworks and supporting institutions. However, much remains to be done in terms of full implementation of many of the laws, and this will take considerable time
Although there has been an increased environmental awareness among Albanian institutions, general government expenditures on environmental protection per se over the period 2008–2010 have been very low.
Government will continue to depend on external assistance in the form of grants and loans to finance major environmental initiatives associated with sewage treatment plants, including supplementary funding from the World Bank.
Albania Case - Goal 8
Considerable progress has been made in setting up the policy, legal and institutional frameworks associated with the partnerships goal.
However,it is only moderately likely that Albania will achieve its directly related global partnerships target 8.1 by 2015
As a middle income country Albania is witnessing the exit of several key bi-lateral donors even though the development agenda is not finished, especially with respect to regional disparities and social inclusion. This is, however, offset by increasing levels of assistance from the EU, which so far exceeds the level of assistance provided by bilateral donors.
-Low absorption capacities for external assistance continue to be a main issue, as reported six years ago, in the 2004 MDG progress report;
- The unfinished business of developing and implementing the supporting IPS and External Assistance Information Systems;
- In light of continuing external financial and economic risks, government will make better use of external assistance to help eliminate trade and other economic barriers, and attract foreign investments in support of sustainable economic and social development;
- The issue of consistency between the MDG 8 and Paris Declaration indicators will be given further attention.
Is there more??
This nation-wide consensus building process led to the:
- 2004 first Albania MDG Progress Report and
- 2005 National Human Development Report on Pro-Poor and Pro-Women Policies and Development in Albania
and while adapting the global goals to the Albanian context, revealed the need for a ninth national MDG....
Albania Case Goal 9
Albania has achieved its e-governance target 9.2 ahead of schedule.
The ‘Digital Albania Program’ was launched in line with the i2010 EU initiative and is likely to
lead to further over-achievement by 2015.
On the other hand, achievement of good governance remains a major challenge, especially, as noted, in those areas dealing with rule of law, anti-corruption and governance effectiveness.
Post 2015 Development Agenda
The consultations highlighted a wide array of developmental challenges and identified key priorities in terms of sustainability, opportunities, and social inclusion, outlining a vision of the future Albanians want that calls for:
-Stronger role of public institutions for social protection and delivery of basic social services;
-Coordinated action between government and business to create synergies between labor supply and demand for job creation through innovation and partnerships;
-Regulation and related enforcement for natural resources management to foster a transformation of consumption patterns.
Thank you for your attention :)
P.S For furthermore information please visit:
- UN Website: http://www.un.org
- UN Albania Website: http://www.un.org.al/
- Progress Report 2013 : http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/pdf/report-2013/mdg-report-2013-english.pdf