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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Eradicating Poverty & Approach To Sustainable Development With Special Emphasis To Millennium Development Goal 1: An Indian Perspective

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AUTHOR(S)

Taufiqu Ahamad, Ananta Narayana

 

KEYWORDS

India, MDG-1, Poverty, Hunger, Inclusive Growth, Sustainable Development

 

ABSTRACT

UN Millennium Deceleration before fourteen years specifically commenced a bold vision & concrete targets i.e. Millennium Development goals before introducing it into the world, which are probable at strengthening & saving the survival of each & single community approximately the world. India is in a race against time to achieve these goals. Member countries are facing challenges in their mission to achieve MDGs that are resource constraints, growth prospects, inadequate capacity development, lack of institutional reforms, global economic situation, uneven income distribution, lack of political commitment and will to the MDGs, lack of inclusive expansion, lack of enabling external environment to attract investment and persuade private sector development. This paper critically analyzed and identified the key contemporary challenges in eliminating poverty & approach to sustainable development with special emphasis to millennium development Goal 1, which eradicates poverty & extreme hunger. Further the paper empirically analyses the extent of benefit and prevailing concern in Allahabad district. This paper will also focus on the progress of the Allahabad district and to bring on the focal point to the major development concerns that India is probably going to tackle post 2015 in order to achieve sustainable development.

 

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