Millennium Development Goals: status 2004.

 
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Africa 840 million (Population 2002) Goals and Targets Northern sub-Saharan POVERTY Reduce extreme poverty on track high, by half no change Reduce extreme hunger low, minimal very high, by half improvement no change PRIMARY EDUCATION Universal primary met progress, but schooling lagging GENDER EQUALITY Equal girls' enrolment met progress, but in primary schools lagging Equal girls' enrolment met no significant in secondary schools change Literacy parity between lagging lagging young women and men Women's equal progress, but progress, but representation in lagging lagging national parliaments CHILD MORTALITY Reduce mortality of very high, under-five-year olds on track no change by two thirds Measles immunization low, (85% of the met no change population at risk) MATERNAL HEALTH Reduce maternal moderate very high mortality by three level level quarters HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES Halt and reverse spread threatened some of HIV/AIDS progress Halt and reverse spread continuing pandemic of malaria threat ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Reverse loss of forests ... decline Halve proportion without clean met no change drinking water in urban areas Halve proportion high access, progress, but without clean drinking but little change lagging water in rural area Halve proportion on track low, without sanitation in no change urban areas Halve proportion progress, but no significant without sanitation in lagging change rural areas Asia 3,738 million Goals and Targets Eastern Southeastern Southern POVERTY Reduce extreme poverty met on track on track by half Reduce extreme hunger on track on track progress, but by half lagging PRIMARY EDUCATION Universal primary met met progress, but schooling lagging GENDER EQUALITY Equal girls' enrolment met met on track in primary schools Equal girls' enrolment met no significant in secondary schools change Literacy parity between met met low young women and men Women's equal moderate, progress, but very low, representation in no change lagging no change national parliaments CHILD MORTALITY Reduce mortality of progress, but on track progress, but under-five-year olds lagging lagging by two thirds Measles immunization ... on track progress but (85% of the lagging population at risk) MATERNAL HEALTH Reduce maternal low level high level very high mortality by three level quarters HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES Halt and reverse spread some some significant of HIV/AIDS progress progress increase Halt and reverse...

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