Millennium Development Goals - Turkey (MDG-F Turkey)

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In 2006 a contract was signed by the UNDP and the Government of Spain in the interest of Millennium Development Goals in selected countries.  Within the guidelines of the goals a variety of projects in Turkey were agreed to.  One of the joint programs was the project called “Enhancing the Capacity of Turkey to Adapt to Climate Change”.
The Millennium Development Goals for the purpose of human development include: eradication of poverty and hunger, achieving universal primary education, promotion of social equality and empowerment of women’s status, reduction of child mortality, improvement of maternal health, combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other disease outbreaks, environmental sustainability and establishment of global partnerships for the sake of development.
The fund’s budget is made up of 528 million Euros.  It was determined that 57 countries would benefit from this fund and Turkey was among them.  As a result, Turkey was granted 7 million dollars for approved projects.

In 2006 a contract was signed by the UNDP and the Government of Spain in the interest of Millennium Development Goals in selected countries.  Within the guidelines of the goals a variety of projects in Turkey were agreed to.  One of the joint programs was the project called “Enhancing the Capacity of Turkey to Adapt to Climate Change”.

The Millennium Development Goals for the purpose of human development include: eradication of poverty and hunger, achieving universal primary education, promotion of social equality and empowerment of women’s status, reduction of child mortality, improvement of maternal health, combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other disease outbreaks, environmental sustainability and establishment of global partnerships for the sake of development.

The fund’s budget is made up of 528 million Euros.  It was determined that 57 countries would benefit from this fund and Turkey was among them.  As a result, Turkey was granted 7 million dollars for approved projects.