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HHD Unit 4 Millenium Development Goals CH9

Jacaranda Key Concepts in Health and Human Development Units 3 & 4
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Rachel Weiss

on 29 July 2015

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Transcript of HHD Unit 4 Millenium Development Goals CH9

WEEKLY FOCUS
DESCRIBE The
8 UNITED NATIONS MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
, including their
PURPOSE
and the
REASONS
why they are important;

EVALUATE PROGRESS
towards the Millennium Development Goals

reasons and purpose
ACHIEVING THE MDG'S
UNIT 4 AOS 1: (PART 2)
INTRODUCING GLOBAL HEALTH & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

MDG GOALS
KEY WORDS
Millennium Development Goals ----- Poverty ----- United Nations HDI ----- Sustainability ----- Sustainable Human Development ----- Malnutrition ----- Gender parity ----- U5MR ----- Maternal Mortality ----- Hypertension ----- Prenatal Care ----- Obstetric care ----- Antenatal Care ----- Anti-retroviral Drugs ----- Biodiversity ----- Global Warming ----- Official Development Assistance (ODA)


MDG's OVERVIEW
Aim to
REDUCE EXTREME POVERTY
and
IMPROVE
the
STANDARD OF LIVING
for those in developing countries by
2015
.

Formed in
2000
as part of the United Nations Millennium Declaration.

189 COUNTRIES
endorse and are assisting in achieving the 8 MDG’s.
Each goal has set a number of TARGETS which are monitored and a number of INDICATORS to measure ACHIEVEMENT of the goals set

There are over
20 TARGETS
and
60 INDICATORS
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS as of 2013
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
REASONS AND PURPOSE
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
PURPOSE AND REASONS
PROGRESS AS OF 2013
ROLE OF THE UN
Not solely responsible but assists with monitoring the progress.

ROLE OF WHO
Works with individual countries to assist with progression (especially disadvantaged groups). Specific focus to ensure developed countries are addressing goal 8.

ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENTS
To keep their promise to achieve the MDG’s

ROLE OF THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Primary responsibility for goal 1-7 via improving policies, government structures, economic and social conditions

ROLE OF DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Specifically required provide resources and achieve goal 8. To achieve this MDG they must increase debt relief, aid effectiveness, provide access to essential medications, change the rules of trade and enable technology transfer.

INTERRELATIONSHIPS
Task!
Complete 9.2 (Q1-9)
Task!
Complete 9.3 (Q1-4)
Task!
Complete 9.1 (Q1-5)
“If you could make a list of things to focus on to improve human development in developing countries, what would you choose? Why?”
Write down a brief response
Task!
Complete 9.4 Q1-6
Task!
Complete 9.5 Q1-4
CASE STUDY
"Save the Children’s annual State of the World’s Mothers report lists Norway as the best place to be a mother; Niger the worst"



Complete Case Study Review (7.5)
For question 5, please visit http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs348/en/
Task!
Complete 7.5 (5-9)
What is HIV/AIDS?
What is malaria?
Select one disease out of HIV/AIDS, malaria or tuberculosis and develop a fact sheet outlining the following:

statistical data that shows the impact of the disease (for example, morbidity and mortality rates
symptoms of the disease
social and economic impact of the disease
possible preventative measures
progress that has been made towards combating the disease.
Task!
Complete 9.6 Q1-9
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