A fair chance at life

The United Nations summit to mark the 10-year review of the Millennium Development Goals is less than a week away. It bookends a summer that began with a moderate victory for women and children at the G8 and, I suspect, will end with a moderate approach in New York as well.

UN Photo: Martine Perret
As with the G8 process, a strong accountability mechanism will help to ensure that the funds committed will help those that need them most and won’t be diverted to non-MDG related priorities.
David Morley
Published: Wednesday, 09/15/2010 12:00 am EDT

The United Nations summit to mark the 10-year review of the Millennium Development Goals is less than a week away. It bookends a summer that began with a moderate victory for women and children at the G8 and, I suspect, will end with a moderate approach in New York as well.

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