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The approval of the Comprehensive Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy (CPRGS) in
2002 has set a platform for strengthening the monitoring and evaluation system in
Vietnam. The CPRGS has a comprehensive list of monitoring indicators covering a wide
range of social, poverty and governance indicators, in addition to indicators of
macroeconomic performance. In all, there are 11 goals (the Vietnam Development Goals
\u2013 the VDGs) with 32 targets and 136 indicators.
Some of the VDGs are directly based on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
endorsed by the international community, while others are specific to Vietnam. And in all
cases, the targets associated with each of the VDGs are tailored to the circumstances of
the country. A very brief summary of the VDGs can be found in the table below. This
table also reports the available indicators on each of the targets, thus allowing to measure
the progress accomplished over time. However, the blanks in the table highlight the
difficulty in transforming development goals into clearly spelled-out indicators. This is,
more generally, the difficulty when it comes to implementing and monitoring a reform
program as comprehensive and ambitious as the one embodied in CPRGS.
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