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No 9: MDGs with Equity, 2010

It is ten years since the Millennium Development Goals were adopted by 189 countries. This edition of Progress for Children reports on what has been accomplished so far, but it also reveals the glaring disparities that must be eliminated in order to achieve a more equitable world for children. Read

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No 8: Child Protection, 2009

This edition of Progress for Children reports some improvements in protecting children around the world from all forms of violence, exploitation and abuse, but many challenges remain. The report calls on society to build a ‘protective environment’ for children. Read

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No 7: Maternal Mortality, 2008

Millennium Development Goal 5 is to improve maternal health, and its bold target is to reduce the maternal mortality ratio by three quarters between 1990 and 2015. This report details progress in maternal health and highlights areas where improvements are needed. Read

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No 6: A World Fit for Children Statistical Review, 2007

This Report is a comprehensive statistical assessment todate of advances towards creating ‘A World Fit for Children’. It targets four strategic areas: promoting healthy lives; providing a quality education; protecting children against abuse, exploitation and violence; and combating HIV and AIDS. Read

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No 5: Water and Sanitation, 2006

Unsafe water and lack of sanitation and adequate hygiene contribute to the leading killers of children under five, have implications for whether children attend school. This Progress for Children reports on whether the world is on course to reach MDG 7, and where efforts are falling short. Read

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No 4: Nutrition, 2006

This Report highlights the world's performance in improving nutrition in young children, a crucial step towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals. Undernutrition can lead to poor school performance and dropout, perpetuate a generational cycle of poverty and worse, kill children. Read

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No 3: Immunisation, 2005

Immunisation guarantees that children with resist disease. Yet millions remain unimmunised. Each year, 1.4 million children under five die from preventable diseases. This volume of Progress for Children reports on immunisation, a key to the Millennium Development Goal of reducing child mortality. Read

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No 2: Gender Parity and Primary Education, 2005

Girls’ education has been expanding all over the world, but not fast enough to ensure a basic education for millions of children still out of school or to ensure the progress of countries that lag behind. This report highlights the progress of countries in realising Millennium Development Goal 2. Read

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No 1: Child Survival, 2004

The Report addresses the child survival Millennium Development Goal, graphically depicting the world's advances in the lead up to 2015. It states that despite global gains in child survival since 1990, significant discrepancies remain within and across countries and regions. Read

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