The “Monitoring and report on implementation of Millennium Development Goals (MDG) – An institutional framework for monitoring, advocacy and consultancy for social development policy and South-South cooperation” project is building on the success of the project “Support to Development of MDG Reports 2008-2010” supported by the UNDP. The main purpose of the report is to support the Vietnamese government in institutionalizing an MDG monitoring and reporting framework, which will contribute to improving the quality of social development policies as well as promote South-South cooperation in order to achieve MDG and social development goals in a timely manner.
2015 is the last year of the MDG program. The MDG reports of Viet Nam are used for publication and for promoting policies in Viet Nam, with the added aim of sharing experiences with other countries at the UN Summit. After the successful completion of the MDG report for 2013, MDRI is once again entrusted with preparing the report for 2015, which will highlight the achievements of Viet Nam in MDG implementation, as well as identify the weaknesses and uncompleted MDGs of Viet Nam. The report is also expected to provide recommendations and lessons learned for post 2015.