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Accelerating equitable achievement of the MDGs : closing gaps in health and nutrition outcomes ; Asia-Pacific Regional MDG Report 2011/12 / edited by Peter Stalker for the Asian Development Bank in cooperation with UNESCAP, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and the World Health Organization.

المساهم (المساهمين):Stalker, Peter [editor.] | Asian Development Bank [issuing body.] | United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific | United Nations Development Programme | United Nations Population Fund | UNICEF | World Health Organization.
نوع المادة : نصنصالناشر:Manila : Asian Development Bank, [2012]الوصف:ix, 104 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.نوع المحتوى:text نوع الوسائط: unmediated نوع الناقل:volumeردمك:9789211206302; 9211206308.عنوان آخر: Accelerating equitable achievement of the millennium development goals | Asia-Pacific Regional MDG Report 2011-2012.الموضوع(موضوعات):Sustainable development -- Asia -- Statistics | Sustainable development -- Pacific Area -- Statistics | Asia -- Economic conditions -- Statistics | Pacific Area -- Economic conditions -- Statistics | Medical care -- Asia -- Statistics | Medical care -- Pacific Area -- Statistics
المحتويات:
Overview -- MDGs in Asia and the Pacific: where we stand -- Diagnosing disparities -- Closing the health gaps -- Way forward -- Bibliography -- Statistical appendix -- Boxes -- Tables -- Figures.
مستخلص:With less than five years to go before 2015, work has begun on a post-2015 development agenda. This report - sixth in the series published by ADB, ESCAP and UNDP on MDG achievement in Asia and the Pacific region - is part of that effort. The report, Accelerating Equitable Achievement of the MDGs: Closing Gaps in Health and Nutrition Outcomes, focuses on disparities in MDG achievement within and between countries, to address major bottlenecks holding back MDG progress in Asia and the Pacific region. Even countries making rapid economic progress continue to lose shocking numbers of children before their fifth birthdays as well as thousands of mothers who die unnecessarily during childbirth. Given the lagging performance on health outcomes in the region, the report delves into the causes and shows the many opportunities that exist to achieve good health for all. It discusses options, both within and outside of the health sector that could help bring about a turnaround in performance on health in the region, thus accelerating progress in achievement of all the MDGs. The report is a result of wide consultations, not just amongst ADB, ESCAP and UNDP, but also with many UN agencies participating in the Regional Coordination Mechanism. The report is a resource which policy makers, development practitioners and other stakeholders should find useful in addressing the remaining challenges in achieving the MDGs.
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"February 2012"--Page 4 of cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

Overview -- MDGs in Asia and the Pacific: where we stand -- Diagnosing disparities -- Closing the health gaps -- Way forward -- Bibliography -- Statistical appendix -- Boxes -- Tables -- Figures.

With less than five years to go before 2015, work has begun on a post-2015 development agenda. This report - sixth in the series published by ADB, ESCAP and UNDP on MDG achievement in Asia and the Pacific region - is part of that effort. The report, Accelerating Equitable Achievement of the MDGs: Closing Gaps in Health and Nutrition Outcomes, focuses on disparities in MDG achievement within and between countries, to address major bottlenecks holding back MDG progress in Asia and the Pacific region. Even countries making rapid economic progress continue to lose shocking numbers of children before their fifth birthdays as well as thousands of mothers who die unnecessarily during childbirth. Given the lagging performance on health outcomes in the region, the report delves into the causes and shows the many opportunities that exist to achieve good health for all. It discusses options, both within and outside of the health sector that could help bring about a turnaround in performance on health in the region, thus accelerating progress in achievement of all the MDGs. The report is a result of wide consultations, not just amongst ADB, ESCAP and UNDP, but also with many UN agencies participating in the Regional Coordination Mechanism. The report is a resource which policy makers, development practitioners and other stakeholders should find useful in addressing the remaining challenges in achieving the MDGs.

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