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spirit can accomplish amazing things. We need to give everyone, wherever they The MillenniuM DevelopMent Goals AND The RoaD To 2015 live, that opportunity. Even one person imprisoned in poverty is one too many. Building on Progress and Responding to Crisis As the development community takes stock of its MDG progress, we need to look beyond and behind the numbers to see what we can learn from them and our efforts to date. We need to invest in what works and fix what doesn’t. We need to mobilize and create incentives for all those that can contribute: developing and developed countries; governments and businesses; NGOs and church groups. And as we do, we always need to keep in mind that this work is ultimately about empowering people, families, and communities. If given a chance, the human — Robert B. Zoellick President The World Bank Group Follow ConneCt Share The new World Bank eAtlas of the Millennium Development Goals lets you map the indicators that measure progress on the eight MDGs. Derived from the World Bank’s premier data source, World Development Indicators, the eAtlas contains data for more than 150 economies. Features include worldwide mapping, timeline graphing, ranking tables, easy navigation, comparative mode, and exporting and sharing of graphics. Visit @WorldBank @WorldBankVideos @WorldBankAfrica @WorldBankAsia @WBPubs #MDGs #MDGsummit ISBN 978-0-8213-8587-6

The Millennium Development Goals and the Road to 2015: Building on Progress and Responding to Crisis

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