Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   1	  	  The	  Mid-­‐Term	  Report	  by	  	  Dr.	  Precious	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   2	  1.  Introduction	  2.  The Conditional Grants Scheme and...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   3	  Introduction: The 8 Millennium Development Goals	  Eradi...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   4	  MDGs/DRGs Appropriations Profile 	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   5	  Total	  Dollar	  AppropriaEon	  Across	  Time	  $0	  $10...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   6	  MDGs/DRGs	  Capital	  SupplementaNon	  AppropriaNons	  	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   7	  MDGs/DRGs	  Sector	  AppropriaNons	  	  Across	  2006-­‐...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   8	  The	  MDGs	  CondiNonal	  Grants	  Scheme	  	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   9	  	  5,532	  projects	  completed	  across	  113	  LGAs.	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   10	  CGS	  targets	  those	  with	  the	  greatest	  need.	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   11	  EkiE	  South-­‐West	  Overview	  from	  Baseline	  	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   12	  LocaEon	  of	  FaciliEes	  in	  the	  LGA	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   13	  DistribuEon	  of	  Health	  FaciliEes	  in	  the	  LGA	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   14	  CGS	  2011	  Budget	  ImplementaEon	  Successes	  2011	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   15	  CGS	  2012	  Budget	  ImplementaEon	  Successes	  2012	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   16	  113	  LGAs	  à	  Scale	  up	  to	  261	  LGAs	  Abia I...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   17	  Social	  Safety	  Nets	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   18	  Structure	  24	  States	  –	  N10Bn	  (50%	  counterpar...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   19	  North	  West,	  Sokoto	  State.	  SSAP-­‐MDGs	  with	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   20	  North	  West,	  Sokoto	  State.	  The	  launching	  of	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   21	  North	  West,	  Sokoto	  State.	  The	  launching	  of	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   22	  MDGs	  Special	  Projects	  
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   23	  IntervenEons	  aimed	  at	  addressing	  development	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   24	  2012	  Summary:	  	  Ministries,	  Departments,	  and	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   25	  IntervenEons:	  	  1.  Village	  health	  worker	  sche...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   26	  IntervenEons:	  	  1.  Annual	  Capacity	  Development	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   27	  Youth	  Development:	  Key	  Points	  Successes:	  	  1...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   28	  Agriculture:	  Key	  Points	  Successes:	  	  1.  Feede...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   29	  Successes:	  	  1.  Training	  and	  empowerment	  of	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   30	  Lands,	  Housing	  &	  Urban	  Development:	  Key	  Poi...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   31	  Federal Ministry of Environment:	  Key	  Points	  Succe...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   32	  Current Status of the MDGs: A Comparison of the Results...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   33	  MDG	  1:	  Eradicate	  Poverty	  and	  Extreme	  Hunger...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   34	  MDG	  2:	  Universal	  Basic	  EducaEon	  64.30%	   65....
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   35	  MDG	  3:	  Promote	  Gender	  Equality	  and	  Empower	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   36	  MDG	  4:	  Reduce	  Child	  Mortality	  157	   158	  94...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   37	  MDG	  5:	  Maternal	  Mortality	  800#545#350#250#2004#...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   38	  MDG	  6:	  Combat	  HIV/AIDS,	  Malaria,	  &	  Other	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   39	  MDG	  7:	  Water	  &	  SanitaEon	  55.80%	   58.50%	   ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   40	  MDG	  8:	  Develop	  a	  Global	  Partnership	  for	  D...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   41	  North	  Central,	  Plateau	  State,	  Mikang	  LGA.	  S...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   42	  North	  Central,	  Plateau	  State,	  Mikang	  LGA.	  A...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   43	  North	  Cenral,	  Niger	  State,	  Bida	  LGA.	  The	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   44	  North	  Cenral,	  Niger	  State,	  Bida	  LGA.	  Girls	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   45	  North	  West,	  Zamfara	  State,	  Gusau	  LGA.	  A	  s...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   46	  North	  West,	  Zamfara	  State,	  Gusau	  LGA.	  Execu...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   47	  North	  West,	  Kano	  State,	  Garko	  LGA.	  The	  Ka...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   48	  North	  West,	  Kano	  State,	  Gwarzo	  LGA.	  A	  med...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   49	  North	  East,	  Gombe	  State,	  Balanga	  LGA.	  Insid...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   50	  North	  East,	  Gombe	  State,	  Akko	  LGA.	  Students...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   51	  North	  East,	  Adamawa	  State,	  Yola	  South.	  The	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   52	  North	  East,	  Adamawa	  State,	  Dakri	  LGA.	  A	  s...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   53	  South	  East,	  Abia	  Stat.	  Ambulances	  to	  be	  d...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   54	  South	  East,	  Abia	  State,	  Ikwuano	  LGA.	  Solar	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   55	  South	  East,	  Anambra	  State,	  Iyienu	  LGA.	  Stud...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   56	  South	  East,	  Anambra	  State,	  Ebenebe	  LGA.	  A	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   57	  South	  South,	  Akwa	  Ibom	  State,	  Esien	  Udim	  ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   58	  South	  South,	  Akwa	  Ibom	  State,	  Abak	  LGA.	  H...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   59	  South	  South,	  Delta	  State,	  Ugbolo.	  Maternity	 ...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   60	  South	  South,	  Delta	  State,	  Aniocha	  North.	  A	...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   61	  South	  West,	  EkiE	  State,	  Ido	  Ile.	  Water	  tr...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   62	  South	  West,	  EkiE	  State,	  Ise	  Okeh.	  Ambulance...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   63	  South	  West,	  Lagos	  State,	  Sakpo	  Badagry.	  Sta...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   64	  South	  West,	  Lagos	  State,	  Ikeja	  LGA.	  A	  chi...
Millennium	  Development	  Goals:	  Pu3ng	  People	  First	   65	  Far ahead of the 2015 deadline, Nigeria has achieved ke...
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#MP2013 Presentation of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on the MDGs

  1. 1. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   1    The  Mid-­‐Term  Report  by    Dr.  Precious  Kalamba  Gbeneol  B.  Med.  Sci.  (Pharmacology),  MBBS,  MPH,  FWACP,  FMCFM.  Senior  Special  Assistant  to  the  President  on  the  MDGs  June  21st  2013  The Millennium Development Goals  
  2. 2. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   2  1.  Introduction  2.  The Conditional Grants Scheme and SocialSafety Nets Programme""3.  Interventions by DRGs-funded MDAs  4.  Progress across the MDG indicators""5.  Conclusion"Outline  
  3. 3. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   3  Introduction: The 8 Millennium Development Goals  Eradicate Extreme Poverty and HungerAchieve Universal Primary EducationPromote Gender Equality and Empower WomenReduce Child MortalityImprove Maternal HealthCombat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other DiseasesEnsure Environmental SustainabilityDevelop a Global Partnership for Development
  4. 4. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   4  MDGs/DRGs Appropriations Profile  
  5. 5. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   5  Total  Dollar  AppropriaEon  Across  Time  $0  $100  $200  $300  $400  $500  $600  $700  $800  $900  $1,000  2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  Total,    (Dollars,    Millions)  Year  2006  -­‐  2012  DRG  AppropriaNon  Totals  in  Dollars  
  6. 6. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   6  MDGs/DRGs  Capital  SupplementaNon  AppropriaNons    Across  2006-­‐2012:  Line  Chart  0  5  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  Billions  CondiNonal  Grants  Scheme  Monitoring  &  EvaluaNon  Quick  win  CommunicaNons  Special  PresidenNal  IntervenNons  MDGs  Special  Projects  Consultancies  and  Short-­‐term  surveys  Support  to  UNDP  Millennium  Campaign  
  7. 7. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   7  MDGs/DRGs  Sector  AppropriaNons    Across  2006-­‐2012:  Line  Chart  0  5  10  15  20  25  30  2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  Billions   EducaNon  Health  Youth  Development  Women  Affairs  Agriculture  Water  Resources  Social  Safety  Nets  Lands,  Housing  &  Urban  Development  Environment  Power  Works  FCT  Defence  Police  Capacity  Building  Science  and  Technology    Petroleum  
  8. 8. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   8  The  MDGs  CondiNonal  Grants  Scheme    
  9. 9. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   9    5,532  projects  completed  across  113  LGAs.      2,690  projects  completed  across  36  states.    6,200  projects  ongoing  across  148  LGAs.    1,203  projects  ongoing  across  11  states.        CGS  Headline  Progress,  Last  2  Years:  
  10. 10. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   10  CGS  targets  those  with  the  greatest  need.  To  ensure  this  the  following  has  been  carried  out:      1.  Poverty  Mapping    2.  Baseline  Facility  Inventory    3.  Needs  Assessment  •  Example:   Needs   Assessment   Results:   $78   per   capita   per   year   -­‐   to   aeain   the  MDGs  by  2015  in  EducaEon,  Health,  Agriculture  and  Water  &  SanitaEon  sectors.    •  It  has  been  esEmated  that  for  Nigeria  to  a^ain  the  MDGs  by  2015,  there  is  an  annual  funding  gap  of  of  around  N1.3  trillion  across  the  country.    Planning  and  TargeEng  of  Investment  
  11. 11. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   11  EkiE  South-­‐West  Overview  from  Baseline    
  12. 12. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   12  LocaEon  of  FaciliEes  in  the  LGA  
  13. 13. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   13  DistribuEon  of  Health  FaciliEes  in  the  LGA  
  14. 14. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   14  CGS  2011  Budget  ImplementaEon  Successes  2011  CGS  ImplementaEon  Successes       State  Track   LGA  Track   Total  Health  FaciliEes  (Constructed,  Renovated,  Equipped)   1,081   565   1,646  Water  FaciliEes  (Boreholes,  Small  Town  Water  Schemes)   2,331   2,147   4,478  CCT  (Households)   20,000   19,567   39,567  Health  Workers  Trained   -­‐   35,700   35,700  Salary  for  New  Village  Health  Workers  -­‐  2,260   2,260  Classroom  Blocks  (Built  or  Renovated)    -­‐  742   742  ConstrucEon  /RehabilitaEon  of  Health  Training  FaciliEes   8  -­‐  8  School  exercise  books,  textbooks,  instrucEonal  materials,  etc.  -­‐  1,214,271   1,214,271  School  Desk,  Benches,  Chairs  for  pupils  and  teachers  -­‐  34,232   34,232  Referral  Vehicles  (Ambulances)   -­‐   120   120  Teachers  Quarters  and  Health  Workers  Quarters  Constructed   166   34   200  VIP  Latrines  in  Schools  and  Hospitals  -­‐  665   665  
  15. 15. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   15  CGS  2012  Budget  ImplementaEon  Successes  2012  CGS  ImplementaEon  Successes       State  Track   LGA  Track   Total  Health  FaciliEes  (Constructed,  Renovated,  Equipped)   1,003   740   1,743  Water  FaciliEes  (Boreholes,  Small  Town  Water  Schemes)   1,695   2,812   4,507  CCT  (Households)   56,500   -­‐   56,500  Health  Workers  Trained   -­‐   32,730   32,730  Salary  for  New  Village  Health  Workers   -­‐   2,960   2,960  Classroom  Blocks  (Built  or  Renovated)     -­‐   972   972  ConstrucEon  /RehabilitaEon  of  Health  Training  FaciliEes   71  -­‐  71  School  exercise  books,  textbooks,  instrucEonal  materials,  etc.   -­‐   1,590,373   1,590,373  School  Desk,  Benches,  Chairs  for  pupils  and  teachers   -­‐   44,835   44,835  Referral  Vehicles  (Ambulances)   20   157   177  Teachers  Quarters  and  Health  Workers  Quarters  Constructed   189   45   234  VIP  Latrines  in  Schools  and  Hospitals  -­‐  871   871  Agricultural  Co-­‐operaEve  Funding   -­‐   148   148  
  16. 16. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   16  113  LGAs  à  Scale  up  to  261  LGAs  Abia Ikwuano Ohafia Obi  NgwaAdamawa Song Michika LamurdeAkwa  Ibom Nsit  Ubium Oruk  Anam MboAnambra Awka  North Anambra  West Orumba  SouthBauchi Ganjuwa Itas/Gadau KirfiBayelsa Southern  Ijaw Brass SagbamaBenue Logo Gwer  West AdoBorno Kala/Balge Guzamala ShaniCross  River Boki Yala OdukpaniDelta Ethiope  West Ukwuani Warri  South  WestEbonyi Ikwo Izzi Afikpo  SouthEdo Esan  South  East Etsako  West OrhionmwonEkiti Ijero Ikole Ekiti  EastEnugu Isi-­‐Uzo Igbo-­‐Etiti AninriFCT Kuje Abaji BwariGombe Akko Dukku BalangaImo Ngor  Okpala Onuimo NwangeleJigawa Guri Sule-­‐Tankarkar MigaKaduna Birnin-­‐Gwari Lere KachiaKano Garun  Mallam Gabasawa TakaiKatsina Kaita Mashi MusawaKebbi Bunza Augie SuruKogi Ajaokuta Omala Kabba/BunuKwara Asa Kaiama IfelodunLagos Eti-­‐Osa Ibeju/Lekki IkejaNasarawa Akwanga Obi TotoNiger Lavun Munya WushishiOgun Ikenne Egbado  North OdedaOndo Ile-­‐Oluji Ondo  East Akoko  North  EastOsun Ede  South Odo-­‐Otin Atakumosa  EastOyo Ibarapa  North Lagelu OriirePlateau Mikang Kanke RiyomRivers Akuku  Toru Omumma KhanaSokoto Tambuwal Illela BinjiTaraba Takum Bali Karim-­‐LamidoYobe Fune Yunusari KarasuwaZamfara Bukkuyum Maru ZurmiList  of  Selected  LGAs  for  participation  in  CGSAbia Ukwa East Isiala Ngwa South Arochukwu UmunneochiAdamawa Maiha Mubi North Fufore ShellengAkwa IbomIni Ibiono Ibom Esit Eket Udung UkoAnambra Ayamelun Anambra East Nnewi South DunukofiaBauchi Ningi Shira Giade ToroBayelsa Ekeremor Kolokuma/Opukumo Obalga NembeBenue Kwande Katsina Ala Guma OkpokwuBorno Chibok Danboa Gubio Mobbar DikwaCross River Biase Abi Oburu ObanlikuDelta Udu Ndokwa East Burutu BomadiEbonyi Abakaliki Ezza South Ishielu OhaozaraEdo Ovia South Esan West Etsako East Akoko-EdoEkiti Ekiti South West Oye Ekiti West EfonEnugu Nkanu East Uzo-Uwani Ezeagu Oji RiverFCT GwagwaladaGombe Yamaltu deba Shongom Kwami NafadaImo Ikeduru Obowo Isu NjabaJigawa Birniwa Ringim Maigatari KiyawaKaduna Kudan Giwa Kauru KagarkoKano Kunchi Minjibir Warawa BunkureKatsina Danmusa Dandume Zango IngawaKebbi Arewa Kalgo Ngaski SakabaKogi Igalamela/Odolu Bassa Okehi KogiKwara Ilorin East Patigi Ekiti Oke-EroLagos Apapa Epe Badagry Ajeromi-IfelodunNasarawa Awe Nasarawa Eggon Kokona NasarawaNiger Edati Katcha Rafi AgwaraOgun Ado Odo/Ota Ogun Waterside Abeokuta North Obafemi OwodeOndo Ese-Odo Akure North Ifedore OseOsun Ayedaade Ola-Oluwa Ifedayo Ife SouthOyo Ido Ogo-Oluwa Irepo IwajowaPlateau Langtang Bassa Barkin Ladi PankshinRivers Asari-Toru Ogu/Bolo Andoni DegemaSokoto Gudu Tangaza Gada TuretaTaraba Ibi Gassol Sardauna YorroYobe Nangere Geidam Tarimua JakuskoZamfara Bakura Anka Tsafe Birnin MagajiCGS$Scale$up$of$148$LGAsCGS Scale Up to 113 LGAs
  17. 17. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   17  Social  Safety  Nets  
  18. 18. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   18  Structure  24  States  –  N10Bn  (50%  counterpart  contribuEon  from  States)  will  go  to  extreme  poor  households  with  children  0-­‐15  years  &  pregnant  women.    •  56,500  households  receive  N5,000  per  month  for  12  months.  They  will  receive  N100,000  and  business  training  during  the  program  to  aid  in  enterprise  start  up.    Criteria  for  SelecNon    Human  Capacity  Development  Index  broken  down  to  state  level  and  Poverty  Mapping  were  used  –      •  Five  poorest  LGAs,  five  poorest  wards  in  the  LGAs    with  the  selecEons  of  the  poorest  households  within  the  wards.      CCT  through  Electronic  Payment  System  
  19. 19. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   19  North  West,  Sokoto  State.  SSAP-­‐MDGs  with  Governor  and  Deputy  Governor  launching  the  CCT  Scheme.  
  20. 20. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   20  North  West,  Sokoto  State.  The  launching  of  the  CCT  Scheme.    
  21. 21. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   21  North  West,  Sokoto  State.  The  launching  of  the  CCT  Scheme.  
  22. 22. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   22  MDGs  Special  Projects  
  23. 23. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   23  IntervenEons  aimed  at  addressing  development  gaps.      Span  areas:  educaEon,  health,  water  supply,  small  scale  power  supply,  skills  acquisiEon  centers,  and  community  halls.      1,209  projects  have  been  completed  in  2012.      MDGs  Special  Projects  
  24. 24. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   24  2012  Summary:    Ministries,  Departments,  and  Agencies  
  25. 25. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   25  IntervenEons:    1.  Village  health  worker  scheme.  2.  Community  health  insurance  scheme.  3.  Saving  1  million  lives  iniEaEve.  4.  Community  health  extension  workers.  5.  Support  to  NPHCDA  with  immunizaEon  products.  6.  Life  saving  commodiEes  for  women  and  children.  7.  Midwife  Service  Scheme.  Health:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  35  Million  children  under  5  have  received  Oral  Polio  Vaccine.  2.  6  Million  Children  under  1  vaccinated  with  new  pentavalent  vaccine  3.  4,000  midwives  and  1,020  CHEWs  (Community  Health  Extension  Workers)  recruited  and  deployed  so  far.    4.  Over  15  million  people  vaccinated  with  Cerebro  Spinal  MeningiEs  vaccine.    
  26. 26. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   26  IntervenEons:    1.  Annual  Capacity  Development  of  serving  Public  Primary  School  Teachers  naEonwide.  2.  Training  of  Head  Teachers  of  Public  Primary  Schools  3.  Gender  EducaEon  Programme    4.  Federal  Teachers  Scheme    5.  Support  for  Mass  Literacy,  Adult  and  Non-­‐Formal  EducaEon  6.  Reform  and  Restructuring  of  Federal  Inspectorate  Services  (FIS)  into  a  Quality  Assurance  Model  7.  Support  for  Nomadic  EducaEon  Programmes    8.  Support  for  the  NaEonal  Almajiri  EducaEon  Programme  9.  Review,  harmonisaEon  and  development  of  the  New  Basic  EducaEon  Curriculum  10. Support  to  NaEonal  Training  Teachers  InsEtute  EducaEon:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  Reduce  the  perennial  shortage  of  qualified  teachers  in  public  school  -­‐  salaries  of  22,493  trained  teachers  paid  up  to  September  2012.  2.  11  model  schools  are  to  be  constructed  in  Benue  ,  FCT,  Kogi,  Gombe,  Kwara,  Nasarawa  and  Plateau  (contractors  have  begun  work).  3.  Teachers’  Guides,  prinEng  and  distribuEon  of  75,  000  sets  of  the  new  9-­‐Year  Basic  EducaEon  curriculum  to  the  public  schools.  4.  Classrooms  constructed  in  38  LGAs  -­‐  54%  CompleEon.      
  27. 27. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   27  Youth  Development:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  15,618  MDGs  advocates  trained  at  the  orientaEon  camps  for  2012  Batches  A  &  B.  2.  411  corps  members  trained  under  2011  work-­‐plan  were  empowered.  600  corps  members  trained  under  2012  work-­‐plan.  3.  600  corps  members  trained  under  2012  work-­‐plan.  
  28. 28. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   28  Agriculture:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  Feeder  roads  constructed  to  aid  agricultural  produce  sale.    2.  2,732  women  trained  for  agricultural  enterprise.  3.  11,000  youth  trained  in  ten  different  value  chains.  4.  22,500  farmers  trained  and  linked  with  extension  support  services.  5.  5,000  portable  pesEcide  sprayers  procured.  
  29. 29. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   29  Successes:    1.  Training  and  empowerment  of  women,  elderly  and  persons  with  disabiliEes,  through  skills  acquisiEons  sessions.  2.  300  persons  with  disabiliEes  empowered  in  Ondo,  Benue  and  Rivers  States,  through  the  provision  of  sewing  machines,  hearing-­‐aids,  mobility  appliances,  etc.  3.  Advocacy  conducted  in  States  and  LGAs  for  female  poliEcal  parEcipaEon  and  inclusion.  4.  Training  of  relevant  officers  in  MDAs  on  gender-­‐responsive  budgeEng.  Women  Affairs:  Key  Points  
  30. 30. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   30  Lands,  Housing  &  Urban  Development:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  Provision  of  236  Boreholes  and  risers.  2.  ConstrucEon  of  45Km  of  urban  slum  roads  upgraded.  3.  ConstrucEon  of  114  buildings  (Classroom  Blocks,  Health  Centers,  Community  Halls,    ICT  Training  Centers,  etc.).  4.  Provision  of  2397  solar  street  lights.    
  31. 31. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   31  Federal Ministry of Environment:  Key  Points  Successes:    1.  CharacterizaEon  and  restoraEon  of  9  Legacy  Sites  in  the  Niger  Delta  using  Thermal  DesorpEon  Unit  Biological  Processes.  2.  Establishment  of  incident  command  and  control  center.  3.  Establishment  of  ICT  center  and  procurement  of  computers,  GPS,  internet  and  networking  tools.    
  32. 32. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   32  Current Status of the MDGs: A Comparison of the Results of the2012 MDGs Survey (conducted by National Bureau of Statistics)with Existing Data"
  33. 33. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   33  MDG  1:  Eradicate  Poverty  and  Extreme  Hunger  23.10%   24.20%  27.40%  17.85%  2008   2011   2012   2015  Prevalence  of  Underweight  Children  Under  Five  Years  of  Age  2008   2011   2012   2015  19.31%  8.26%  9.66%  0.00%  5.00%  10.00%  15.00%  20.00%  25.00%  1991   2012   2015  ProporNon  of  the  PopulaNon  Suffering  from  Hunger  
  34. 34. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   34  MDG  2:  Universal  Basic  EducaEon  64.30%   65.60%   66%  100%  0%  20%  40%  60%  80%  100%  120%  2008   2011   2012   2015  Literacy  Amongst  15-­‐  24  Year  Old  Women  62.10%  70.10%   71%  100%  0%  20%  40%  60%  80%  100%  120%  2008   2011   2012   2015  Net  Aeendance  RaNo  in  Primary  School  
  35. 35. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   35  MDG  3:  Promote  Gender  Equality  and  Empower  Women  76  85.4  100   100  1990   2008   2012   2015  RaNo  of  Girls  to  100  Boys  in  Primary  School    1990   2008   2012   2015  75  79.9  102   100  1990   2008   2012   2015  RaNo  of  Girls  to  100  Boys  in  Secondary  School    1990   2008   2012   2015  
  36. 36. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   36  MDG  4:  Reduce  Child  Mortality  157   158  94  64  0  20  40  60  80  100  120  140  160  180  2008   2011   2012   2015  Under  5  Mortality  RaNo  (per  1,000  Live  Births)  75  97  61  30  0  20  40  60  80  100  120  2008   2011   2012   2015  Infant  Mortality  Rate  (per  1,000  Live  Births)  
  37. 37. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   37  MDG  5:  Maternal  Mortality  800#545#350#250#2004# 2008# 2012# 2015#Per#100,000#live#births#Maternal#mortality#rate#(per#100,000#live#birth)#38.90%  48.70%  53.60%  78.75%  0%  10%  20%  30%  40%  50%  60%  70%  80%  90%  2008   2011   2012   2015  Percentage  of  Births  Aeended  by  Skilled  Health  Personnel  
  38. 38. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   38  MDG  6:  Combat  HIV/AIDS,  Malaria,  &  Other  Diseases  5.50%  34.60%  100%  0%  20%  40%  60%  80%  100%  120%  2008   2012   2015  Percentage  of  Children  Under  Five  Sleeping  Under  ITN  5.40%  4.20%   4.10%   4.10%  0.00%  1.00%  2.00%  3.00%  4.00%  5.00%  6.00%  2000   2008   2012   2015  HIV  Prevalence  Among  Pregnant  Young  Women  Aged  15-­‐24  (%)    
  39. 39. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   39  MDG  7:  Water  &  SanitaEon  55.80%   58.50%   57%  77%  0%  10%  20%  30%  40%  50%  60%  70%  80%  90%  2008   2011   2012   2015  Percentage  of  populaNon  using  improved  drinking  water  source,  urban  and  rural  (de  jure  populaNon)    31.20%   33.70%  69.50%  0%  10%  20%  30%  40%  50%  60%  70%  80%  2008   2012   2015  Percentage  of  PopulaNon  Using  Improved  SanitaNon  Facility,  Urban  and  Rural  (de  jure  PopulaNon)    
  40. 40. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   40  MDG  8:  Develop  a  Global  Partnership  for  Development  0.0  2.0  4.0  6.0  8.0  10.0  12.0  14.0  16.0  18.0  2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011  Debt  service  as  a  percentage  export  of  goods  and  services  (2000  –  2011)  0  10  20  30  40  50  60  1990  2000  2001  2002  2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011  Fixed  Telephone  lines  per  100  populaEon    Cellular  phone  subscribers  per  100  populaEon    Telephone  lines  per  100  populaNons    0.0  5.0  10.0  15.0  20.0  25.0  30.0  1990   2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011  Internet  users  per  100  populaNon    
  41. 41. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   41  North  Central,  Plateau  State,  Mikang  LGA.  Students  sit  in  their  renovated  classroom  at  the  Zomo  Science  Primary  School,  Zomo,  Mikang  LGA.  In  addiEon  to  renovaEon,  MDGs  also  provided  desks  for  the  classrooms  under  the  CGS  to  LGA  Track.  
  42. 42. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   42  North  Central,  Plateau  State,  Mikang  LGA.  A  social  studies  teacher  instructs  her  students  inside  one  of  the  renovated  classrooms  at  the  Zomo  Science  Primary  School,  Zomo,  Mikang  LGA.  Before  the  renovaEon  the  roof  of  the  classrooms  has  been  blown  away  by  the  wind,  making  it  difficult  for  teachers  and  students  alike  to  concentrate  in  class.    
  43. 43. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   43  North  Cenral,  Niger  State,  Bida  LGA.  The  20,000-­‐litre  solar-­‐powered  borehole  constructed  in  the  Masaga  B  community  in  Bida  LGA  is  a  popular  place  in  the  evenings  for  children  and  adults  alike,  who  all  come  to  fetch  the  clean,  MDGs-­‐provided  water.  The  borehole  was  funded  under  the  CGS  2009  State  Track  Projects.  
  44. 44. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   44  North  Cenral,  Niger  State,  Bida  LGA.  Girls  carry  water  basins  on  their  heads  while  a  smiling  boy  waits  for  his  bucket  to  be  filled  at  the  Masaga  B  solar-­‐powered  borehole,  funded  through  collaboraEon  between  MDGs  and  the  Niger  State  Government.  
  45. 45. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   45  North  West,  Zamfara  State,  Gusau  LGA.  A  staff  member  feeds  the  fishes  at  the  Damba  Farm  Centre,  Gusau.  The  farm  was  funded  under  the  CGS  to  State  Track.  
  46. 46. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   46  North  West,  Zamfara  State,  Gusau  LGA.  ExecuEve  Director  of  the  School  of  Nursing  and  Midwifery,  Alhaji  Garba  Bello  Zurmi,  stands  inside  the  newly  constructed  auditorium  hall  with  his  students  behind  him.    
  47. 47. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   47  North  West,  Kano  State,  Garko  LGA.  The  Kafin  Chiri  water  treatment  plant  has  benefi^ed  from  CGS  state  track.  
  48. 48. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   48  North  West,  Kano  State,  Gwarzo  LGA.  A  medical  staff  a^ending  to  paEents  at  the  newly  expanded  Gwarzo  Comprehensive  Hospital.  
  49. 49. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   49  North  East,  Gombe  State,  Balanga  LGA.  Inside  view  of  the  female  ward  at  the  Bambam  PHC.  The  facility  is  constructed  by  the  through  CGS.  
  50. 50. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   50  North  East,  Gombe  State,  Akko  LGA.  Students  showing  appreciaEon  by  singing.  
  51. 51. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   51  North  East,  Adamawa  State,  Yola  South.  The  commercial  water  seller  pushes  the  clean  water  he  got  from  the  solar  powered  borehole  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  52. 52. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   52  North  East,  Adamawa  State,  Dakri  LGA.  A  side  view  of  the  Clinic  Staff  quarters  block  with  the  MDGs  Logo.  
  53. 53. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   53  South  East,  Abia  Stat.  Ambulances  to  be  distributed  across  the  state,  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  54. 54. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   54  South  East,  Abia  State,  Ikwuano  LGA.  Solar  panels  at  a  solar  powered  borehole  sight  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  55. 55. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   55  South  East,  Anambra  State,  Iyienu  LGA.  Student  quarters  at  the  school  of  midwifery  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  56. 56. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   56  South  East,  Anambra  State,  Ebenebe  LGA.  A  view  through  a  secondary  school  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  57. 57. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   57  South  South,  Akwa  Ibom  State,  Esien  Udim  LGA.  Clean  water  provided  from  the  solar  powered  borehole  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  58. 58. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   58  South  South,  Akwa  Ibom  State,  Abak  LGA.  Hospital  beds  in  a  primary  healthcare  centre  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  59. 59. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   59  South  South,  Delta  State,  Ugbolo.  Maternity  ward  in  Ugbolo  Senatorial  District,  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  60. 60. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   60  South  South,  Delta  State,  Aniocha  North.  A  water  project  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  61. 61. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   61  South  West,  EkiE  State,  Ido  Ile.  Water  treatment  plant  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  62. 62. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   62  South  West,  EkiE  State,  Ise  Okeh.  Ambulances  at  a  health  centre  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  63. 63. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   63  South  West,  Lagos  State,  Sakpo  Badagry.  Staff  in  front  of  a  health  centre  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  64. 64. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   64  South  West,  Lagos  State,  Ikeja  LGA.  A  child  working  in  a  central  primary  school  provided  by  OSSAP-­‐MDGs.  
  65. 65. Millennium  Development  Goals:  Pu3ng  People  First   65  Far ahead of the 2015 deadline, Nigeria has achieved key targets of MDGs 1, 3, and 6. We are ontrack to attain Goals 2, 4, 5, and 8. Efforts have been stepped up to address the challengeshampering progress on Goal 7.""With less than 1,000 days to the deadline of the MDGs framework, efforts are being made tosustain the progress that has been achieved across all of the MDGs.""There is the need for partnerships and synergies throughout society to ensure we continue todeliver high impact interventions to the poor and vulnerable in society.""I wish to thank His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces for his unwavering commitment to the poor and for insisting that theDRGs be devoted entirely to interventions that affect the most disadvantaged in society."Conclusion  
  66. 66. Thank you for your attention!
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