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Millennium Development Goals
Indonesia Progress Report on the Millenium Development Goals, 2004
Nowadays, MDGs have become an important reference in the development implementation in Indonesia, from the planning phase as it is stated in the Medium- term National Development Plan (RPJMN) to its implementation. In spite the constraints, the Government of Indonesia has committed to achieve its MDGs. Therefore, hard work and cooperation with all parties, including civil society, private sectors and donor community, are needed.
In order to face the upcoming UN General Assembly in September 2005, the agenda of which shall discuss the country's position in terms of its achievement of MDGs, the Government of Indonesia will present its first Progress Report in a brief, compact form. However, this report is accompanied with updated data that reflects the recent condition and a description on the Indonesian perspective regarding Goal 8 of MDGs is also attached. The purpose is that the society and all stakeholders will easily take MDGs as a baseline for the cooperation implementation in the future.
In the upcoming UN General Assembly, apart from presenting the brief report, the Government will also continuously support the effort of fulfilling the commitments of the developed countries and the developing countries regarding the quantity as well as the quality of Official Development Assistance (ODA), and will campaign on debt swap for developing countries and debt cancellation for the poor countries. This is in line with the spirit of the Jakarta Declaration regarding MDGs in Asia&the Pacific regions.
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