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©UNICEF/INDA2014-00687/Singh
29 June 2015

India, 2014: A girl at school, in India. Over the past 15 years, collective efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals – ambitious objectives to be achieved by 2015 that would realize a brighter future for all – have yielded significant gains worldwide. But the achievements made on a large scale conceal inequities that continue to threaten the most vulnerable children. The next 15 years provide an opportunity to ensure that the progress we make for children reaches every child.

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