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from THE JAKARTA POST -- MONDAY, MAY 31, 2010 Indonesia has made great strides in meeting some of the UN's Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), but should focus its efforts on the remaining MDGs, says a senior United Nations official.
"Indonesia has made enormous progress," UN under-secretary-general Kiyotaka Akasaka told a press conference at Atma Jaya University on last week.
He said Indonesia had improved primary education, increased gender equality and decreased child mortality rates.
However, the Indonesian government should work harder to achieve the fifth MDG, on maternal health; the sixth MDG, on HIV/AIDS and other public health issues; and the …