Mdgs : Second Mdgs Or More Successful Essay

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SDGs: second MDGs or more successful
At the dawn of the 21st century, when new independent states with a poor developed economies appeared on the world map in addition to the existed one, the UN decided to develop a strategy for provision of more intensive aid to developing countries and, thus, to eliminate extreme poverty in these countries. The strategy consisted of 8 development goals which were framed as Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and gave an impulse to global action. However, fifteen years later, in 2015, it was decided to expand the MDGs and add some other goals, on which the global development community will work over the next fifteen years. After long and intense discussions, all parties came to an agreement on seventeen development goals that are known now as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and are aimed to be achieved within the next 15 years. This paper intends to redefine the structural organization of MDGs and SDGs, and proposes to reframe them and focus more on the real situation of each country, their national development strategies, i.e. what is possible to be done within a certain period of time, and, the most important, how they are working on each goal, since each country has different political and socio-economic situation and cannot be treated equally or similarly.
Millennium Development Goals, namely, eradicating hunger and poverty; achieving universal primary education; promoting gender and equality and empowering women; reducing child…

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