Millennium Development Goal and Bangladesh

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Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and Bangladesh
The Progress of Bangladesh on MDG

A report submitted to the Department of Economics, AIUB, as a course requirement of Economic Geography, Fall semester 2012| |
Prepared & Submitted byTeam : HISTORYNazmun,MdIstiakAlam, NusratKhan,Jahirul Islam Akhter, Sheikh TurashaShuvo,Shariar Al AminAshraf, Taskia| |
Course teacherRAFIQ, FARHANAFaculty Department of Economics| |
Date of submission|
28 November 2012|
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American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)|

28 November 2012
RAFIQ, FARHANA
Faculty
Economics Department
American International University – Bangladesh.
Subject: Submission of Report
Dear Madam,
We have the pleasure to submit this report entitled “Mdg and progress of bangladesh” which has been prepared in part-fulfillment of the requirements of the Final Examination Economic Geography. We have discussed on our report about MDG’s and its progress in Bangladesh. We also have shown the worldwide progress of MDG. Finally, we are truly grateful to you for giving us this pleasant opportunity to work on this report. The entire group contribution has led to the successful completion of this report. Despite our all possible attempts, certain deficiencies may reside and we sincerely regret this.

Best Regards,

1. Nazmun,MdIstiak ID:11-19119-22.Alam, Nusrat ID: 11-19192-23.Khan,Jahirul Islam ID: 11-18219-14.Akhter, Sheikh Turasha ID: 11-19261-25.Shuvo,Shariar Al Amin ID: 11-18231-15.Ashraf, Taskia ID:11-19115-2 |

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First and foremost, we would like to thank to our course instructor of this Economic Geography course RAFIQ, FARHANA for the valuable guidance and advice. She inspired us greatly to work in this report. Her willingness to motivate us contributed tremendously to our work. We also would like to thank her for her valuable time by helping us for this report. This research report would not have been possible without the support of many people. Our thanks and appreciations go to our classmates for making the semester period truly enjoyable. And we would also like to thank our almighty for helping me carry through this massive task.

Summary
The main objective of this report is to discuss about Millennium Development Goals and its Progress in Bangladesh.For making this report we have collected data from internet, books, teacher’s references. Our finding shows Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals lies at the core of UNDP’s mandate, and is the focus of much of our work. Accordingly, UNDP and our partners' results in the areas of governance, poverty reduction, environment, energy and climate change, disaster management, all contribute in different ways to the acceleration of MDG achievement. In particular, the "Support to Monitoring PRS and MDGs in Bangladesh" project supported MDG acceleration in Bangladesh between 2006 and 2011. This project will shortly be renewed. It is expected that the report will help to know about the MDGs as well as the situation of our country of achievement.

Contents

SectionPage Number
* Introduction........................................................................... 06 * Discussion
(a) MDG …………………………………………………………………………… 07 (b) Goals and Targets ………………………………………………………. 07 (c) MDG and Bangladesh …………………………………………………. 14 (d) Progress of Bangladesh ……………………………………………… 15 * Conclusions.......................................................................... 29 * Bibliography ........................................................................ 30

List of Figures
* Bar Chart (1) ………………………………… 11 * Bar Chart(2) ………………………………… 12 * Bar Chart (3) ……………………………….. 13

Introduction

The MDGs reflect a set of actions and targets contained in the Millennium Declaration that was adopted by 193 nations in 2002 based on the Millennium Declaration agreed in September 2000. Bangladesh has recorded...
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