On International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, we look at how a post-2015 development agenda should set to transform the Asia and Pacific in a poverty-free region with opportunities for all.
- is it feasible to end poverty by 2030?
- should a post-2015 development agenda focus on more than poverty, hunger and malnutrition?
- what should replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?
ADB's Anuradha Rajivan, co-author of Asia-Pacific Aspirations: Perspectives for a Post-2015 Development Agenda", will be available online to address these and more issues
The report Perspectives for a Post-2015 Development Agenda, which was published on 20 September 2013, tries to define a post-MDGs development agenda for Asia and the Pacific region as well as the entire world.