Assessment of India’s progress towards the MDGs shows a notable but uneven achievement across goals, targets and states. India has achieved the target for halving poverty and is likely to attain gender parity in primary, secondary and tertiary school enrolment by the end of 2015. It has reversed the spread of communicable diseases such as AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and met the target on access to clean drinking water. Based on revised WHO estimates, India is on track to achieve the target on maternal mortality ratio by end-2015.
This is the conclusions and recommendations of the Regional Meeting on Harmonization of Legal Instruments and Documentation for Cross-border and Transit Transport by Road, Bangkok, 16-17 December 2015.