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Data on the proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel show that progress was made in 2003 but only in Northern Africa. Goal 6 – Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease The goal of halting HIV/AIDS and other major diseases (malaria, tuberculosis) by 2015 appears daunting in Africa as these three diseases are highly concentrated in the poorest countries. 4 million people living with HIV worldwide are from African countries. 3 per cent in 2004 and the epidemic shows no sign of slowing.

AfDB/OECD 2006 African Economic Outlook 35 Overview and has reduced hunger by 66 per cent between 1990/92 and 2000/02. Goal 2 - Achieving universal primary education Primary school enrolment 36 Sub-Saharan Africa has made slow progress towards universal primary education. 4 per cent of African countries are likely to meet the target. Millions of children are still out of school and more than half of them are girls. All North African countries have already reached at least 90 per cent of primary school enrolment as well as Seychelles, Cape Verde, Mauritius, South Africa, São Tomé and Principe and Togo.

In Côte d’Ivoire (since April 2004), ONUB in Burundi (since June 2004), and UNMIS in the Sudan (since March 2005). UNAMSIL in Sierra Leone was completed on 31 December 2005. 20 Current missions include MINURSO, United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (since April 1991), MONUC, United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (since November 1999), UNMEE in Ethiopia and Eritrea (since July 2000), UNMIL in Liberia (since September 2003), UNOCI The strengthening of democracy across the continent has contributed to a lessening of political repressions (as defined by “hardening” in the statistical annexes to this volume) in the last decade, as more governments have adhered to the rule of law and respect for human rights.

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