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National Reporting Templates: Time-Fixed Targets

Contents

1. Governments
1.1. Meeting the Needs of Human Settlements
1.2. Economically Sustainable Development
1.3. Promoting Gender Equality
1.4. Enabling/Empowering Future Generations

2. Government with Support of All Stakeholders


2.1 Expanding/Building Capacities for Sustainable Development
2.2 Eradicating Poverty
2.3 Promoting Public Health
2.4 Meeting People’s Basic Needs
2.5 Planning and Developing Human Settlements
2.6 Planning and Managing Land Resources
2.7 National Strategies

3. Government/Local Authorities with Support of All Stakeholders


3.1 Increasing Cooperation

4. Government with Support of All Relevant Stakeholders


4.1 Gender Equality and Decision-making
4.2 Gender Equality and Economy
4.3 Gender Equality and Education
4.4 Gender Equality and the Environment
4.5 Eradicating Poverty
4.6 Gender Equality and Health
4.7 Gender Equality and Protection of the Girl-Child
4.8 Gender Equality and Human Rights
4.9 Gender Equality and Poverty
4.10 Institutional Mechanisms for Advancement of Women
4.10 Gender Equality and Media
4.11 Women and Violence/Conflict

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5. Government, with Support of Relevant International Governmental Organizations(IGOs), and, International Non-
Governmental Organizations(INGOs), and/or Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs)
5.1 Agriculture/Food
5.2 Education
5.3 Environment
5.4 Food
5.5 Forestry
5.6 Freshwater
5.7 Gender Equality
5.8 Habitat
5.9 Health
5.10 Mountain Environments
5.11 NGOs
5.12 Social Integration
5.13 Solid Waste/Sewage

6. Government, with Support of Relevant IGOs, INGOs, NGOs, and Business


6.1 Improving the General Quality of Life

7. Government, with Support of Business and Industry, Trade Unions, and Relevant IGOs, INGOs, and NGOs
7.1 Promoting the Rights of Workers

8. Government with Support of Academia, Education, Industry, Media, and relevant IGO’s, INGOs, and NGOs.
8.1 Promoting Sciences

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1. Government
1.1 Meeting the Needs of Human Settlements
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Does your country have plans to see to the provision of adequate environmental infrastructure facilities in all Human 2025
7.39
settlements by the future target date? Settlements
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
1.2 Economically Sustainable Development
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
World Summit Is your country implementing fully and as scheduled the Final Act of the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade Government,
for Social negotiations?
Development
Industry and ----
Pg. 35 Business
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
1.3 Promoting Gender Equality
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country established mechanisms at the national, regional, and international levels to assess the Women 1995
24.2.c
implementation and impact of development and environmental policies and programmes on women and to
ensure their contributions and benefits?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country developed and issued a strategy of changes necessary to eliminate constitutional, legal and Women 2000
24.2.c
administrative, cultural, behavioural, social and economic obstacles to women’s full participation in
sustainable development and public life?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 If your country is party to the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women 2000
24.5 Women, have it reviewed and suggested amendments to it, with a view to strengthening those elements of
the convention related to environment and development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
1.4 Enabling/Empowering Future Generations
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country established procedures allowing for consultation and possible participation of youth of Youth 1993
25.9.a
both genders in decision-making processes with regard to the environment, involving youth at the local,
national and regional levels?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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2. Government with Support of All Stakeholders


2.1 Expanding/Building Capacities for Sustainable Development
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country undertaken a review of its capacity—and capability requirements for devising national Government 1994
37.4.a
sustainable development strategies?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
2.2 Eradicating Poverty
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
World Summit for
Has your country set and met a target date to formulate or strengthen the national policies and strategies Local 1996
Social
Development
geared to substantially reducing overall poverty in the shortest possible time, reducing inequalities and Authorities
Pg. 15 eradicating absolute poverty?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
2.3 Promoting Public Health
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country been able to reduce measles deaths by 95% and reduce measles cases by 90% compared Entire 1995
6.12
with pre-immunization levels? Population

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 [where applicable] Has your country been able to eliminate Guinea Worm disease; eradicate polio, and/or Entire 2000
6.12
effectively control river blindness and leprosy? Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country reduced the number of deaths from childhood diarrhoea according to the set objective (for Children 2000
6.12
developing countries, by 50 to 75% of previous numbers)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country reduced the incidence of childhood diarrhoea by at least 25 to 50% (for developing Children 2000
6.12
countries)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country initiated comprehensive programmes to reduce mortality from acute respiratory infections Children 2000
6.12
in children under five by at least one third? Under 5

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 [if malaria has been a significant problem for you] Has your country instituted an anti-malaria programme? Entire 2000
6.12
Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 [if major human parasitic infections are endemic to in your country] Has a control plan for major human Entire 2000
6.12
parasitic infections been implemented in your country, and have you realized a marked reduction (from the Population
1984 baseline) in the incidence, prevalence, and intensity of trematode and filarial infections? (6.12.a-i)
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country participated in efforts to mobilize and unify national and international efforts against the Entire 2000
6.12
spread of AIDS, to prevent infection and to reduce the personal and social impact of HIV infection? Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 [where applicable] Has your country contained the potential for a resurgence in tuberculosis? Children/ 2000
6.12
Entire
Population

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
2nd UN Has your country developed and implemented national, subnational and local health plans or strategies and Poor 2000
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Human
strengthen environmental health services to prevent, mitigate and respond to diseases and ill health resulting Populations
Settlements/ from poor conditions in living and working environments and the conditions of people living in poverty, and
143 achieved a 10 to 40 per cent improvement in health indicators by the target year?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Where there is a gap between contraceptive use and the proportion of individuals Men and 2005
IV.,B.,58 expressing a desire to space or limit their families, is your country attempting to close this gap Women
by at least 50 per cent by 2005?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Is your country taking measures to ensure, where the maternal mortality rate is very high, that at least Mothers 2005
IV., C., 64.
40 per cent of all births are assisted by skilled attendants by the target year?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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CAIRO +5/ Is your country, with assistance from UNAIDS and donors, taking measures to ensure that at least 95 Young Men 2010
IV.,D. 70
percent of young men and women aged 15 to 24 have access to the information, education and services and Women
necessary to develop the life skills required to reduce their vulnerability to HIV infection (services should
include access to preventive methods such as female and male condoms, voluntary testing, counselling
and follow-up)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Where there is a gap between contraceptive use and the proportion of individuals expressing a desire to space Men and 2010
IV., B., 58.
or limit their families, is your country attempting to close this gap by at least 75 per cent by 2010? Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Is your country taking measures to ensure, where the maternal mortality rate is very high, that at least Mothers 2010
IV., C., 64.
50 per cent of all births are assisted by skilled attendants by the target year?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International Has your country been able to make reproductive health accessible to all individuals of appropriate ages? If Men and 2015
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not, do you expect to meet the end-target year 2015 (“Reproductive health care” as defined in the context of Women
Population and
Development 7.16 of the International Conference on Population and Development declaration)?
7.16 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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International Is your country able to provide universal access to a full range of safe and reliable family-planning methods, Men and 2015
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Population and
and to related reproductive health services Women
Development which are not against the law? If not, do you expect to be able to provide these choices by the end-target year
7.16; 7.19 2015?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country taken, or does it plan to take appropriate measures to ensure, on the basis of equality of Men and 2015
Social
men and women, universal access to the widest range of health-care services, including those relating to Women
Development
Pg. 19 reproductive health care, consistent with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on
Population and Development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country taken, or does it plan to take appropriate measures to ensure, on the basis of equality of Men and 2015
Social
Development
men and women, universal access to the widest range of health-care services, including those relating to Women
Pg. 20 reproductiv e health care, consistent with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on
Population and Development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Is your country taking steps towards making accessible, through the primary health-care system, reproductive Men and 2015
Social
health to all individuals of appropriate ages as soon as possible and no later than the end-target year 2015, in Women
Development
Pg. 55 accordance with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development,
and taking into account the reservations and declarations made at that Conference, especially those
concerning the need for parental guidance and parental responsibility?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
The UN Is your country taking all possible steps to halt, and begin to reverse, the spread of HIV/AIDS, the Entire 2015
Millennium
Declaration
scourge of malaria and other major diseases that afflict humanity? Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
The UN Is your country taking all possible steps to have reduced maternal mortality by three quarters, and Mothers 2015
Millennium
under-five child mortality by two thirds, of their current rates by the target date?
Declaration
Pg. 5 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Is your country taking measures to ensure, where the maternal mortality rate is very high, that at least Mothers 2015
IV., C., 64.
60 per cent of all births are assisted by skilled attendants by the target year?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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2.4 Meeting People’s Basic Needs


Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
The UN Is your country taking steps to meet the target plan to halve the proportion of the world’s people whose Populations 2015
Millennium
Declaration
income is less than one dollar a day and the proportion of people who suffer from hunger and, by the same in Poverty
Pg. 5 date, to halve the proportion of people who are unable
to reach or to afford safe drinking water?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
2.5 Planning and Developing Human Settlements
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 [if you are a developing country] Has your country incorporated, in your national strategies, programmes to People in 2000
7.38
build the necessary technical, financial and human resource capacity aimed at ensuring better integration of Human
infrastructure and environmental planning? Settlements
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country invested energy into energies strengthening the development of human resources and of People in 2000
7.77.a capacities of public sector institutions through technical assistance and international cooperation so as to Human
achieve substantial improvement in the effic iency of governmental activities? Settlements
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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2.6 Planning and Managing Land Resources


Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country reviewed and developed policies to support the best possible use of land and sustainable Population 1996
10.5.a
management of land resources?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have mechanisms been initiated within your country to facilitate the active involvement and participation of Local 1996
10.5.d
all concerned, particularly communities and local people at the local level, in decision-making on land use Community
and management?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country reviewed and developed policies to support the best possible use of land and sustainable Government 1996
10.5.a
management of land resources? and
Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have mechanisms been initiated within your country to facilitate the active involvement and participation of Local 1996
10.5.d
all concerned, particularly communities and local people at the local level, in decision-making on land use Community
and management?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country strengthened institutions and coordinating mechanisms for land and land resources? Government 1998
10.5.c
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country strengthened institutions and coordinating mechanisms for land and land resources? Government 1998
10.5.c
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have there been improvement in, and strengthening of the planning, management and evaluation systems for Government 2000
10.5.b land and land resources?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
2.7 National Strategies
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Rio +5, Earth In time for the Earthsummit 2002, will the appropriate actors in your country have formulated, and All 2002
Summit II/
elaborated on national strategies for sustainable development-- that reflect the contributions and Stakeholders
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responsibilities of all interested parties?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

3. Government/Local Authorities with Support of All Stakeholders


3.1 Increasing Cooperation
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group Year
Agenda 21 Has your country participated with the international community to initiate a consultative process aimed at Local 1993
28.2.b
increasing cooperation between local authorities? Authorities

Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have your country’s representatives of associations of cities, and other local authorities, increased levels Local 1994
28.2.c
cooperation and coordination with the goal of enhancing the exchange of information and experience among Authorities
local authorities?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have most of the local authorities in your country undertaken a consultative process with their populations Local 1996
28.2.a
and achieved a consensus on a ‘local Agenda 21’ for their community? Authorities

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

4. Government with Support of All Relevant Stakeholders


4.1 Gender Equality and Decision-making
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to take measures to ensure women's equal access to and full participation in Women 2000
Conference on
Women
power structures and decision-making (in accordance with strategic objective G. 1.)?

Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to increase women's capacity to participate in decision-making and leadership Women 2000
Conference on
Women
(in accordance with strategic objective G. 2.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.2 Gender Equality and Economy
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote women's economic rights and independence, including access to Women 2000
Conference on
employment, appropriate working conditions and control over economic resources (in accordance with
Women
strategic objective F. 1.)?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to facilitate women's equal access to resources, employment, markets and Women 2000
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Women
trade (in accordance with strategic objective F. 2.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to provide business services, training and access to markets, information and Low-income 2000
Conference on
technology, particularly to low-income women (in accordance with strategic objective F. 3.)? Women
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to strengthen women's economic capacity and commercial networks (in Women 2000
Conference on
accordance with strategic objective F. 4.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate occupational segregation and all forms of employment Women and 2000
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Women
discrimination (in accordance with strategic objective F. 5.)? Men

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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote harmonization of work and family responsibilities for women and Women and 2000
Conference on
Women
men (in accordance with strategic objective F. 6.)? Men
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.3 Gender Equality and Education
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to ensure equal access to education (in accordance with strategic objective B. Entire 2000
Conference on
1.)? Population
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eradicate illiteracy among women (in accordance with strategic objective B. Women 2000
Conference on 2.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to improve women's access to vocational training, science and technology, and Women 2000
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Women
continuing education (in accordance with strategic objective B. 3.)?

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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to develop non-discriminatory education and training (in accordance with Entire 2000
Conference on
Women
strategic objective B. 4.)? Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to allocate sufficient resources for and monitor the implementation of 2000
Conference on
educational reforms (in accordance with strategic objective B. 5.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote lifelong education and training for girls and women (in accordance 2000
Conference on
with strategic objective B. 6.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.4 Gender Equality and the Environment
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to involve women actively in environmental decision-making at all levels (in Women 2000
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Women
accordance with strategic objective K. 1.)?

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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth Has your country been able to integrate gender concerns and perspectives in policies and programmes for Government 2000
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Women
sustainable development (in accordance with strategic objective K. 2.)? and
Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to strengthen or establish mechanisms at the national, regional, and Government 2000
Conference on international levels to assess the impact of development and environmental policies on women (in and Women
Women
accordance with strategic objective K. 3.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.5 Eradicating Poverty
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
SOCIAL SUMMIT Has your country taken measures to place poverty eradication at the centre of economic and social People in 2015
+5
2.25
development and build consensus with all relevant actors at all levels on policies and strategies to reduce Poverty
the proportion of people living in extreme poverty by one half by the target year, with a view to
eradicating poverty.

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.6 Gender Equality and Health
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to increase women's access throughout the life cycle to appropriate, affordable Women 2000
Conference on Women
and quality health care, information and related services (in accordance with strategic objective C. 1.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to strengthen preventive programmes that promote women's health (in Women 2000
Conference on Women
accordance with strategic objective C. 2.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to undertake gender-sensitive initiatives that address sexually transmitted Entire 2000
Conference on Women
diseases, HIV/AIDS, and sexual and reproductive health issues (in accordance with strategic objective C. Population
3.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote research and disseminate information on women's health. Actions Women 2000
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to be taken (in accordance with strategic objective C. 4.)?
Women

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National Reporting Templates: Time-Fixed Targets

Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to increase resources and monitor follow-up for women's health (in Women 2000
Conference on
Women
accordance with strategic objective C. 5.)
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.7 Gender Equality and Protection of the Girl-Child
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate all forms of discrimination against the girl-child (in accordance Girl-children 2000
Conference on
with strategic objective L. 1.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate negative cultural attitudes and practices against girls (in Girl-children 2000
Conference on accordance with strategic objective L. 2.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote and protect the rights of the girl-child and increase awareness of Girl-children 2000
Conference on
Women
her needs and potential (in accordance with strategic objective L. 3.)?

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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate discrimination against girls in education, skills development and Girl-children 2000
Conference on
Women
training (in accordance with strategic objective L. 4.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate discrimination against girls in health and nutrition (in accordance Girl-children 2000
Conference on
with strategic objective L. 5.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate the economic exploitation of child labour and protect young girls Girl-children 2000
Conference on
at work (in accordance with strategic objective L. 6.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eradicate violence against the girl-child (in accordance with strategic Girl-children 2000
Conference on
Women
objective L. 7.)?

23
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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote the girl-child's awareness of and participation in social, economic Girl-children 2000
Conference on
Women
and political life (in accordance with strategic objective L. 8.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to strengthen the role of the family in improving the status of the girl-child (in Girl-children 2000
Conference on
accordance with strategic objective L. 9.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.8 Gender Equality and Human Rights
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote and protect the human rights of women, through the full Women 2000
Conference on implementation of all human rights instruments, especially the Convention on the Elimination of All
Women
Forms of Discrimination against Women (in accordance with strategic objective I. 1.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to ensure equality and non-discrimination under the law and in practice (in Entire 2000
Conference on
accordance with strategic objective I. 2.)? Population
Women

24
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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to achieve legal literacy (in accordance with strategic objective I. 3.)? Women 2000
Conference on
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.9 Gender Equality and Poverty
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to review, adopt and maintain macroeconomic policies and Women in 2000
Conference on
development strategies that address the needs and efforts of women in poverty (in accordance with Poverty
Women
strategic objective A. 1.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to revise laws and administrative practices to Women 2000
Conference on ensure women's equal rights and access to economic resources (in accordance with strategic objective A.
Women
2.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to provide women with access to savings and credit mechanisms and Women 2000
Conference on
institutions (in accordance with strategic objective A. 3.)?
Women

25
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Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to develop gender-based methodologies and conduct research to address the Women and 2000
Conference on
Women
feminization of poverty relief (in accordance with strategic objective A. 4.)? Men
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.10 Institutional Mechanisms for Advancement of Women
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to create or strengthen national machineries and other governmental bodies (in Women 2000
Conference on
accordance with strategic objective H. 1.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to integrate gender perspectives in legislation, public policies, programmes Women and 2000
Conference on
Women
and projects (in accordance with strategic objective H. 2.)? Men
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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Fourth World Has your country been able to generate and disseminate gender-disaggregated data and information for Men and 2000
Conference on
Women
planning and evaluation (in accordance with strategic objective H. 3.)? Women

Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.11 Gender Equality and Media
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to increase the participation and access of women to expression and decision- Women 2000
Conference on
Women
making in and through the media and new technologies of communication (in accordance with strategic
objective J. 1.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote a balanced and non-stereotyped portrayal of women in the Women 2000
Conference on
media(in accordance with strategic objective J. 2.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
4.12 Women and Violence/Conflict
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Fourth World Has your country been able to take integrated measures to prevent and eliminate violence against women Women 2000
Conference on
(in accordance with strategic objective D. 1.)
Women

27
National Reporting Templates: Time-Fixed Targets

Women Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to study the causes and consequences of violence against women and the Women 2000
Conference on
Women
effectiveness of preventive measures (in accordance with strategic objective D. 2.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to eliminate trafficking in women and assist victims of violence due to Women 2000
Conference on
prostitution and trafficking (in accordance with strategic objective D. 3.)?
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to increase the participation of women in conflict resolution at decision- Women and 2000
Conference on
making levels and protect women living in situations of armed and other conflicts or under foreign Population
Women
occupation (in accordance with strategic objective E. 1.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to reduce excessive military expenditures and control the availability of Government 2000
Conference on
armaments (in accordance with strategic objective E. 2.)? and
Women
Population

28
National Reporting Templates: Time-Fixed Targets

Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote non-violent forms of conflict resolution and reduce the incidence Government 2000
Conference on
Women
of human rights abuse in conflict situations (in accordance with strategic objective E. 3.)? and
Populations
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to promote women's contribution to fostering a culture of peace (in accordance Women and 2000
Conference on with strategic objective E. 4.)? Populations
Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Fourth World Has your country been able to provide protection, assistance and training to refugee women, other Women 2000
Conference on
displaced women in need of international protection and internally displaced women (in accordance with
Women
strategic objective E. 5.)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

29
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Fourth World Has your country been able to provide assistance to the women of the colonies and non-self-governing Women of 2000
Conference on
Women
territories (in accordance with strategic objective E. 6.)? former-
Colonies and
non-Self-
Governing
Territories
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

5. Government, with Support of Relevant IGO’s, and, INGOs, and/or NGO’s


5.1 Agriculture/Food
Source Issue Objective Target Target Reference
Area Group/Area Date
Agenda 21 Has your country reviewed, and where appropriate established, programmes to integrate environmental and Government 1995
14.8.a
sustainable development with policy analysis for the food and agricultural sector and relevant
macroeconomic policy analysis, formulation, and implementation?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country sought to maintain and develop (as appropriate) operational multis ectoral plans, Government 1998
14.8.b
programmes and policy measures to enhance sustainable food production and food security, within the
framework of sustainable development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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Agenda 21 Has your country established operational and interactive networks among farmers, researchers and extension Farmers/ 1998
14.75.c
services to promote and develop integrated pest management? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country reviewed, and initiated as appropriate, national land-resource surveys, including Local 2000
14.45.a
indigenous knowledge, and detailing the location, extent and severity of land degradation? Populations/
Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country adopted policies, and strengthened or established programmes for in-situ on farm and ex- Environment 2000
14.57.c situ conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture, integrated into
programmes for sustainable agriculture?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country realized improvements in and/or implemented plant protection and animal health services, Animals/ 2000
14.75.a
including mechanisms to control the distribution and use of pesticides, and to implement the international Population/
Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

31
National Reporting Templates: Time-Fixed Targets

Agenda 21 Has your country sought to develop and maintain the integrated plant nutrition approach, and optimised the Environment 2000
14.85.a
availability of fertilizer and other plant nutrients? Farmers/
Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country been able to establish and maintain institutional and human infrastructure to enhance Environment 2000
14.85.b
effective decision-making on soil productivity? Farmers/
Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has a process of environmentally sound energy transition in rural communities been initiated and Community 2000
14.94 encouraged in your country, from unsustainable energy sources, to structured and diversified energy sources
by making available new and renewable sources of energy?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Does your country have plans to involve itself to help maintain and enhance the ability of developing Developing 2005
14.8.c
countries, particularly the least developed ones, to themselves manage [sustainable agriculture] policy, Countries
programming, and planning activities by 2005?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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5.2 Education
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country striven to update or prepare strategies aimed at integrating environment and development Government/ 1992-
36.5.a
as a cross-cutting issue into education at all levels? Environment 95
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country sought to develop broad-based education programmes that promote and strengthen respect Entire 1995-
Social
Development
for all human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the right to development, promote the values of Populations 2005
Pg. 22 tolerance, responsibility and respect for the diversity and rights of others, and provide training in peaceful
conflict resolution, in recognition of the United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education (1995-2005)?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country sought to strengthen its information exchange…to promote environment and development Population/ 1996
36.5.a education and public awareness? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country ensured that more than 50% of your youth (gender balanced) are enrolled in or have access Youth 2000
25.5
to appropriate secondary education or equivalent educational or vocational training programmes, by
increasing participation and access rates on an annual basis?

33
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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Is your country taking measures towards closing the gender gap in primary and secondary school education Primary and 2005
Social
Development
by the target date? Secondary
Pg. 54 School-age
Children
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5 Is your country taking measures to reduce the rate of illiteracy of women and men, at least halving it for Entire 2005
II.,E.,c. women and girls by the target year, compared with the rate in 1990? Population
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5/ Is your country taking measures to eliminate the gender gap in primary and secondary education by the Boys and 2005
II.,E.,c.;
SOCIAL SUMMIT
target year? Girls
+5 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5 Is your country taking measures to ensure that the net primary school enrollment ratio for children of both Boys and 2010
II.,E.,c.
sexes will be at least 90 per cent by the target year (compared with an estimated 85 per cent in 2000)? Girls

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
The UN Is your country taking all of possible steps to help ensure that, by the target date, children everywhere, boys All Children 2015
Millennium
Declaration
and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling and that girls and boys will have
Pg. 5 equal access to all levels of education?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country achieved universal access to basic education and completion of primary education by at Primary 2015
Social least 80 per cent of primary school-age children? School-age
Development
Pg. 54 Children
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International In accordance with the World Conference on Education for All (Jomtien, Thailand, 1990) does your country Youth 2015
Conference on
Population and
expect to ensure complete access to primary school or an equivalent level of education, by both girls and
Development boys?
11.6 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Is your country participating with other countries to achieve universal primary education in all countries by All Children 2015
Social
the target date? (pg. 54)
Development

35
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Development Target Met?


Pg. 54
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country made progress in reducing the adult illiteracy rate - the appropriate age group to be Adults 2015
Social
Development
determined in each country - to at least half its 1990 level, with an emphasis on female literacy; achieving
Pg. 55; universal access to quality education, with particular priority being given to primary and technical education
SOCIAL SUMMIT and job training, combating illiteracy, and eliminating gender disparities in access to, retention in and
+5 support for education?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.3 Environment
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country incorporated appropriate environmental health safeguards as part of national development Population/ 2000
6.40 programmes? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country established, as appropriate, adequate national infrastructure programmes for providing Population/ 2000
6.40
environmental injury, hazard, surveillance? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

36
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Agenda 21 Has your country established, as appropriate, Population/ 2000


6.40
integrated programmes for tackling pollution at the source and at the disposal site? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country identified and compiled as appropriate, the necessary statistical information on health Population/ 2000
6.40
effects to support cost/benefit analysis? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.4 Food
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Rome Has your country undertaken an ongoing effort towards the adequacy and effectiveness of the Entire 1997
7., 59., 7.2
allocation and use of financial and human resources for action required to ensure food for all as a Populations,
follow-up to the World Food Summit, and reallocated available resources accordingly, with special esp. Those
references to the needs of countries facing deteriorating food security, nutrition, health and resource Facing Food
degradation? (7., 59., 7.2). Shortages
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

37
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Rome Is your country participating to help realize the international pledge, of our political will and our Populations
common and national commitment, to achieve food security for all and reduce the number of Facing Food 2015
undernourished people to half their present level no later than the target year.? Shortages
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.5 Forestry
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country made any moves to strengthen the capacities and capabilities of national institutions to Forests/ 2000
11.3.a
enable them to acquire the necessary knowledge for the protection and conservation of forests…enhance the Government
effectiveness of programmes and activities related to the management and development of forests?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.6 Freshwater
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country designed and initiated costed and targeted national [freshwater] action programmes, and Populations/ 2000
18.11.a.i
put in place appropriate institutional structures and legal instruments? Environment
Government
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

38
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Agenda 21 Has your country established efficient water-use programmes to attain sustainable resource utilization Populations/ 2000
18.11.a.11
patterns? Environment
Government
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country studied in detail the feasibility of installing water resources assessment services? (18.26.a) Populations/ 2000
18.26.a
Environment
Government
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country ensured that all urban residents have access to at least 40 litres per capita per day of safe Urban 2000
18.58.a water and that 75% of the urban population are provided with on-site or community facilities for sanitation? Populations
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country established and applied quantitative and qualitative discharge standards for municipal and Municipal 2000
18.58.b
industrial effluents? and
Industrial
Effluents
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

39
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Agenda 21 Has your country ensured that 75% of solid waste generated in urban areas are collected and recycled or Urban 2000
18.58.c
disposed of in an environmentally safe way? Populations/
Urban
Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.7 Gender Equality
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
World Summit for Has your country ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women Women 2000
Social
(with as few reservations as possible) and other relevant instruments, and implemented the Nairobi Forward-
Development
Pg. 20 looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women, the Geneva Declaration for Rural Women, and the
Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Did your country give specific attention to the preparations for the Fourth World Women 2000
Social
Development
Conference on Women, held at Fourth World Conference on Women in September 1995, and has attention
Pg. 20 been given to the implementation and follow-up of the conclusions of that Conference?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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5.8 Habitat
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
The UN Is your country taking all possible steps to help achieve a significant global improvement in the lives of at Slum- 2020
Millennium
Declaration
least 100 million slum dwellers as proposed in the “Cities Without Slums” initiative? dwellers
Pg. 5; Target Met?
ISTANBUL +5 1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.9 Health
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
International Did your country reduce their infant and under-5 mortality rates by one third, or to 50 and 70 per 1,000 live Children 2000
Conference on
Population and
births, respectively, whichever was less? under-5
Development Target Met?
8.16 1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International Did your country achieve a reduction in maternal Mothers 2000
Conference on
Population and
mortality by one half of the 1990 levels by the target year?
Development Target Met?
8.21 1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country achieved an average life expectancy of not less than 60 years? Entire 2000
Social
Population
Development

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Development Target Met?


Pg. 54
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country achieved a reduction of mortality rates of infants and children under five years of age by Children 2000
Social
one third of the 1990 level, or 50 to 70 per 1,000? under-5
Development
Pg. 54 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country achieved a reduction in maternal mortality by one half of the 1990 level (by the year 2015 Mothers 2000
Social do you also expect a further reduction by one half?
Development
Pg. 54 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country achieved a reduction of severe and moderate malnutritionin children under five years of Children 2000
Social
Development
age by half of the 1990 level? under-5
Pg. 55 Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
World Summit for Has your country reduced malaria mortality and morbidity by at least 20 per cent compared to 1995 levels? Entire 2000
Social
Development
Population

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Development Target Met?


Pg. 55
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International If your country has intermediate mortality levels, do you expect to achieve an infant mortality rate below 50 Children 2005
Conference on
Population and
deaths per 1,000 and an under-5 mortality rate below 60 deaths per 1,000 births by the target date? under-5
Development Target Met?
8.16 1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International If it has not already, does your country expect to achieve, by 2005, a life expectancy at birth greater than 70 Entire 2005-
Conference on
years and by 2015 a life expectancy at birth greater than 75 years? (Countries with the highest levels of Population 2015
Population and
Development mortality should aim to achieve by 2005 a life expectancy at birth greater than 65 years and by 2015 a life
8.5 expectancy at birth greater than 70 years. **
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International Does your country expect to achieve (at least) an infant mortality rate below 35 per 1,000 live births and an Children 2015
Conference on
Population and
under-5 mortality rate below 45 per 1,000? under-5
Development Target Met?
8.16 1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
International Does your country expect to cut maternal mortality by a further one half by 2015? Mothers 2015
Conference on

**
The realization of these figures should be as ethnically/ economically/demographically stratified and equal as possible.

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Conference on Target Met?


Population and
Development
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
8.21 b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
CAIRO +5 Where there is a gap between contraceptive use and the proportion of individuals expressing a desire to space Individuals 2050
IV.,B.,58
or limit their families, is your country attempting to close this gap by at least 100 per cent by 2050?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.10 Mountain Environments
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country developed appropriate land-use planning and management for both arable and non-arable Populations/ 2000
13.15.a
land in mountain-fed watershed areas to prevent soil erosion, increase biomass production and maintain Environment
ecological balance?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.11 NGOs
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has a mutually productive dialogue been established within your country, between all governments and non- NGO’s, 1995
27.7 governmental organizations, and their self-organized networks to recognize and strengthen their respective Government,
roles in implementing environmentally sound and sustainable development? Civil Society

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.12 Social Integration
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
World Summit for
Has your country undertaken, within the context of the United Nations Principles for Older Older 2001
Social
Development
Persons, and the global targets on ageing for the year 2001, reviewing or developing strategies for Persons
Pg. 80 implementing the International Plan of Action on Ageing so that older persons can maximize their
contribution to society and play their full part in the community?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
5.13 Solid Waste/Sewage
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 If you are an industrialized country (by the year 2005 if you are a developing country) have you ensured that Population/ 1995
21.29.c
at least 50% of all sewage, waste waters and solid wastes are treated or disposed of in conformity with Environment
national or international environmental and health guidelines?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have efforts been made to ensure sufficient national, regional and international capacity to access, process, Population/ 2000
21.9.a
and monitor waste trend information and implement waste minimisation programmes? Environment

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 If you are an industrialized country, have you put in place programmes to stabilize or reduce, if practicable, Population/ 2000
21.9.b
production of wastes destined for final disposal, including per capita wastes (where this concept applies), at Environment
the level prevailing at that date (if you are a developing countries you should still work towards that goal but
without jeopardizing your development prospects? Have you?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country applied programmes to reduce the production of agrochemical wastes, containers and Population/ 2000
21.9.c packaging materials, which do not meet the hazardous characteristics? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country promoted sufficient financial and technological capacities at the regional, national, and Population/ 2000
21.18.a
local levels as appropriate, to implement waste reuse and recycling policies and actions? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 If you are an industrialized country (the target year is 2010 for all developing countries) do you have a Population/ 2000
21.18.b
national programme, including to the extent possible, targets for efficient waste reuse and recycling? If your Environment
country is ‘developing’, do you have plans to meet your target date?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country established waste treatment and disposal quality criteria, objectives and standards based on Population/ 2000
21.29.a
the nature and assimilative capacity of the receiving environment.? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country established sufficient capacity to under-take waste-related pollution impact monitoring and Population/ 2000
21.29.b
conduct regular surveillance, including epidemiological surveillance where appropriate? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country promoted the necessary technical, financial and human resource capacity to provide waste Population/ 2000
21.29.c
collection services commensurate with needs? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country sought to involve itself in strengthening risk assessment of the several hundred priority Population/ 2000
19.13.a
chemicals or groups of chemicals, including major pollutants and contaminants of global significance, which Environment
were recommended for assessment (using current existing selection and assessment criteria) by 2000?

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Is your country participating in the implementation of the PIC procedure, including possible mandatory Population/ 2000
19.38.b
applications through legally binding instruments contained in the Amended London Guidelines and in the Environment
FAO International Code of Conduct?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Does your country have national systems for environmentally sound management of chemicals, including Population/ 2000
legislation and provisions for implementation and enforcement in place, to the greatest extent possible? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country planned to ensured that at least 50% of all sewage waste waters and solid wastes will be Population/ 2005
21.30.c
treated or disposed of in conformity with national or international guidelines by the target date? (21.30.c) Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Does your country plan to have a national programme including targets for efficient waste reuse and Population/ 2010
21.18.b
recycling by the target date? Environment

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Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Does your country expect to dispose of all sewage, waste waters and solid wastes in conformity with national Population/ 2025
21.29.d
or international environmental quality guidelines by the target date? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Will your country be able to provide all urban populations with adequate waste services by the target date? Population/ 2025
21.39.b
Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Is your country planning to ensure that full urban waste service coverage is maintained and sanitation Population/ 2025
21.39.c
coverage achieved in rural areas by the target date? Environment
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

6. Government, with Support of Relevant IGOs, NGOs, and Business


6.1 Improving the General Quality of Life

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Source Target Objective Target Target Reference


Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country undertaken, with the active participation of the business sector as appropriate, pilot Human 1993-
7.17
projects in selected cities for the collection, analysis and subsequent dissemination of urban data, including Settlements 2000
environmental impact analysis at the local, state/provincial, national and international levels? (7.17)
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

7. Government, with Support of Business and Industry, Trade Unions, and Relevant IGOs, INGOs, and NGOs
7.1 Promoting the Rights of Workers
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country promoted the ratification of relevant conventions of ILO and the enactment of legislation Workers 2000
29.3
in support of those conventions?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country established bipartite and tripartite mechanisms on safety, health and sustainable Workers 2000
29.3
development?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Have efforts been made to reduce occupational accidents, injuries, and diseases within your country? Workers 2000

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29.3 Target Met?


1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?
Agenda 21 Has your country moved to increase the provisions or workers’ education, training and retraining, Workers 2000
29.3
particularly in the area of occupational health and safety environment?
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

8. Government with Support of Academia, Education, Industry, Media, and relevant IGO’s, INGOs, and NGOs.
8.1 Promoting Sciences
Source Target Objective Target Target Reference
Group/Area Year
Agenda 21 Has your country promoted or recorded a substantial increase in the number of scientists (particularly Population/ 2000
35.21.b
women scientists… where their number is at present insufficient)? Women
Target Met?
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?
b.) What was the impact?
c.) How was it measured?
2.) If not: Why not?

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