This is often the most difficult step because you now have to actually start carrying out the solution you chose.
But the MDGs provide an important reminder that change is possible when we act.
Here are 10 highlights from the report: While we have made significant progress under the MDGs, the report also highlights where we need to do much better.
Inequalities persist, with the poorest among us often left behind from the gains that we’ve made.
In areas including sanitation, gender equality, maternal and children’s health, and access to family planning, we have a lot more work ahead of us.
The United Nations released its annual report on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) today, and it delivers a powerful message: When the international community takes action around a shared agenda, progress happens.
Launched by world leaders and the UN in 2000, the MDGs provided eight concrete, measurable goals to alleviate poverty and improve lives around the world by the end of 2015.
The following are some guidelines that can help you find the best solution to your problem.
For example, if you picked the solution, “blame my coworkers for work that isn’t done”, this might solve your problem right now, but it will probably seriously affect your relationship with your coworkers, and in the long-run your boss will probably find out.
These types of problems cause a great deal of stress and anxiety and require new and different strategies.
As a first step, it is important to realize that there is a problem.