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Monday, August 28, 2006 

The Millennium Development Goals: A Latin America and Caribbean Perspective

This publication by the UNDP assembles the latest results and trackings toward the MDG goals for Latin-America and the Caribbean.

The document provides readers with an analysis about the trends and futures for the MDGs in the region by highlighting a methodological approach that combines the use of cross-national analyses, country classification based on per capita income levels to complement other indicators about regional living standards. This is a significant analytical work paving the ways for harmonized research techniques and data gatherings where some variables as children under-nutrition, primary schooling are also taken into consideration in order to reflect and broaden the scope of monitoring & evaluation exercises along with the specificities of Latin-American and Caribbean countries.

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