Indicators related to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were developed by leaders from 189 nations, in September 2000, to track progress on the commitment made in the United Nations Millennium Declaration.
We contribute to monitoring progress in achieving the MDGs in South-East European (SEE) and East European, Caucasus and Central-Asian (EECCA) countries. We work together with UNICEF and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to provide a regional perspective through databases and reports on MDG progress, and to assist countries in developing or improving their statistical capacities to monitor their development progress
We also participate in the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on MDG Indicators, coordinated by the United Nations Statistics Division. This group is responsible for the preparation of data and analysis to monitor progress towards the MDGs.
Millenium Development Goals Indicators (United Nations Statistics Division)
Online data on MDG progress in South-East European (SEE) and East European, Caucasus and Central-Asian (EECCA) countries
Assessment of Capacity for Countries of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia to Produce MDG-Relevant Statistics (2008)
Print copies are available free of charge and can be requested by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the publication title, language version and postal address.
Meetings and events
To access Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) related events, please click Meeting and Events