Strategic Documents

23 Mar 2016 United Nations Partnership for Sustainable Development (Framework Document). 2016-2020

United Nations Partnership for Sustainable Development (Framework Document). 2016-2020

2016-2020 United Nations Partnership for Sustainable Development (UNPSD) summarizes a collective strategic response of the UN system to the national development priorities in Georgia for a five-year period.

The framework is structured around five focus areas and eight outcomes prioritized through extensive multi-sectoral consultations between the Government, UN, civil society and other partners.

The 2016-2020 UN Partnership for Sustainable Development is based on a thorough analysis of progress made by the country and remaining challenges in political, social and economic development as reflected in the Government 2014 MDG Progress Report, annual reports of government ministries, recommendations of UN Human Rights mechanisms and Country Assessment Report prepared with participation of the UN, Government, civil society and other partners.

 


 

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01 Oct 2014 Millennium Development Goals in Georgia - National Report. 2014

Millennium Development Goals in Georgia - National Report. 2014

As a signatory of the Millennium Declaration, Georgia periodically reports on the status of the Millennium Development Goals attainment.

In 2004 Georgia launched its baseline MDG Report that customized the globally set goals and targets to its national context followed by the progress report in 2005.

The following Progress Report was developed in 2014 with the aim to hevaluate Georgia’s performance in MDG-related areas. The report is built on the latest available data which mostly covers the period from 2000 to 2013. 

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16 Dec 2013 MY World Georgia

MY World Georgia

By the end of 2015 – the Millennium Development Goals will expire. Much has been accomplished, but where do we go from here?

With the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) approaching their target date, the United Nations Development Group (UNDG) devised an innovative methodology for identifying global development challenges beyond 2015, through the involvement of peoples from all over the world.

Initiated in August 2013, post-2015 national consultations in Georgia have engaged more than 10,000 people. Voices of diverse groups were recorded, among them of women, teachers, poor, elderly, youth, unemployed, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), ethnic, religious and sexual minorities, recovering drug addicts, ex-prisoners, persons with disabilities, urbanites, and rural and mountain dwellers.

 

 

 

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