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Millennium Development Goals: 2011 Progress Chart

The Millennium Declaration, adopted by all 189 United Nations Member States in 2000, promised a better world with less poverty, hunger and disease; a world in which mothers and children
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The Millennium Development Goals Report 2011

Since they were first adopted, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have raised awareness and shaped a broad vision that remains the overarching framework for the development activities of the
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The Millennium Development Goals at 2010

Malaysia has experienced three decades of impressive economic and social progress, enabling it to provide for the health and education of its people, to eradicate poverty in large measure, to build
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Randomised Trials In Child Health In Developing Countries

This booklet is compiled annually to summarize the evidence on child health derived from randomized trials in developing countries over the previous year. The aim is to make this information widely available to paediatricians, nurses, other health workers and administrators in resource poor settings where up-to-date information is hard to find.
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Malaysia CRC (Convention on the Rights of the Child) Report 2007

The Committee welcomes the submission of the State party’s initial report and notes that it follows the guidelines for reporting, although the report itself was focused on legal provisions rather than de facto implementation of the Convention. However, it regrets that the report was received more than 9 years after the date it should have been submitted.
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Malaysia CRC (Convention on the Rights of the Child) Report 2006

As a State Party to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Malaysia has undertaken efforts in ensuring the rights of its children are protected. The Government of Malaysia recognises that a child is the key to the country’s survival, development and prosperity. The advancement and participation of the present generation will usher a future generation that is confident, responsible and caring.
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