UN Millennium Declaration 2000

Sectors : General health and health funding, Water and Sanitation, Maternal health, reproductive health and infant mortality, Health systems, medicines and regulation, HIV/AIDS, Malaria
Organisation : UN
Date made: 
2000
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Commitments in: Health - General health and health funding

“19. We resolve further:

...• By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers as proposed in the “Cities Without Slums” initiative.”

Scope: 
International/Africa

Commitments in: Health - Maternal health, reproductive health and infant mortality

“19. We resolve further:

...by the year 2015...
...•to have reduced maternal mortality by three quarters, and under-five child mortality by two thirds, of their current rates.”

Scope: 
International/Africa

Commitments in: Health - Health systems, medicines and regulation

“20.

...• To encourage the pharmaceutical industry to make essential drugs more widely available and affordable by all who need them in developing countries.

• To develop strong partnerships with the private sector and with civil society organizations in pursuit of development and poverty eradication...”

Scope: 
International/Africa

Commitments in: Health - HIV/AIDS

“19. We resolve further:

...by the year 2015...
...• To have, by then, halted, and begun to reverse, the spread of HIV/AIDS, the scourge of malaria and other major diseases that afflict humanity.
• To provide special assistance to children orphaned by HIV/AIDS.”

Scope: 
International/Africa

“28. We resolve therefore:

...• To help Africa build up its capacity to tackle the spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and other infectious diseases...”

Scope: 
International/Africa