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MDG Reports
Malaysia: Millennium Development Goals Report 2015Malaysia: Millennium Development Goals Report 2015
 Full Report

Post-2015Post-2015 Development Agenda
Continuing Inclusive Dialogues on Implementation of the Post-2015 Development Agenda - Malaysia
 Full Report

Malaysia - Achieving the Millennium Development Goals Successes and Challenges Malaysia - Achieving the Millennium Development Goals Successes and Challenges

Cover (292kb)
Introduction (1.3MB)
MDG 1 - Eradicate Poverty and Hunger (350KB)
MDG 2 - Achive Universal Primary Education (317KB)
MDG 3 - Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women (294KB)
MDG 4 - Reduce Child Mortality (301KB)
MDG 5 - Improve Maternal Health (273KB)
MDG 6 - Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases (290KB)
MDG 7 - Ensure Environmental Sustainability (262KB)
MDG 8 - Develop a Global Partnership for Development (240KB)
Conclusion (137KB)
References/Index (158KB)
Full report (3.2MB)


Malaysia: Achieving the Millennium Development GoalsThe Millennium Development Goals at 2010
The MDG 2010 report, in addition to assessing national progress at the aggregate level, adopts a disaggregated view of MDG progress and achievement wherever feasible.
It looks at performance at sub-national levels by state, rural-urban location, gender, ethnicity, age group, income group and other relevant disaggregated categories.
 English language version
 Bahasa Malaysia version

Malaysia: Achieving the Millennium Development GoalsMalaysia: Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
This advocacy report provides an overview of the country's progress in meeting the MDGs in an easy to read format.
 English language version


Malaysia: Achieving the Millennium Development GoalsMalaysia: Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
This advocacy report provides an overview of the country's progress in meeting the MDGs in an easy to read format in Bahasa Malaysia.
 Bahasa Malaysia version



Human Rights Perspective on MDGs and BeyondHuman Rights Perspective on MDGs and Beyond
The UN approach to poverty eradication emphasizes a rights-based approach to development, including civil and political rights. Human development and human rights are essentially two sides of the same coin, mutually supportive of a common agenda to eradicate poverty in its many manifestations. Human rights provide the agreed normative standards for the achievements of the MDGs, and the MDGs support the progressive realisation of human rights. This report documents the proceedings of the high level dialogue held in September 2005 between various government ministries, UN agencies, civil society and the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) which raised awareness of the relations between human rights and the MDGs.   Full Report

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