Millennium Development Goals, MDG’S; Case of Kosovo

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  • Jona Hoxhaj
  • Dren Bllaci
  • Mergleda Hodo
  • Elena Pici
  • Eglantina Hysa

Abstract

The Millennium Development Goals, present in the UN Millennium Declaration 2000, are a set of goals to reduce poverty, disease, and deprivation of the world’s poorest people This paper examines the Development and increscent that Millennium Development goals have lived in a transition country like Kosovo, which is one of the less developed countries in Europe. Furthermore, Kosovo is one of the ancient lands in Balkan passing through many wars and difficulties in achieving growth and prosperity, international presence and effect in all the institutions and government have helped Kosovo to increase the overall economical, political and social life. MDG’s are becoming a very important part of changing the standard of living in many of the countries in the world, where living conditions are not in an acceptable position. Also, it critically evaluates each of 8 MDG’s and the improvement that they have achieved during these post war years, even though Kosovo is not officially part of MDG’s Agreement that all the states have signed.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n14p123

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2014-07-02

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Hoxhaj, J., Bllaci, D., Hodo, M., Pici, E., & Hysa, E. (2014). Millennium Development Goals, MDG’S; Case of Kosovo. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(14), 123. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/3137

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