Measuring Progress On Global Development Goals World leaders gathering for the U.N. General Assembly meeting this week are also reviewing progress in an ambitious international drive to reduce poverty, improve health and mitigate environmental destruction, to name a few of the goals in the Millennium Development Goals initiative. The MDG is a 15-year project, and there are only five years to go. Much remains to be done.
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Measuring Progress On Global Development Goals

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Measuring Progress On Global Development Goals

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World leaders gathering for the U.N. General Assembly meeting this week are also reviewing progress in an ambitious international drive to reduce poverty, improve health and mitigate environmental destruction, to name a few of the goals in the Millennium Development Goals initiative. The MDG is a 15-year project, and there are only five years to go. Much remains to be done.