Millennium Development Goals: Approach and Evaluation of Compliance in El Salvador 2009-2014

Lisandro Pérez (lisandro.perezh@gmail.com)
Faculty of Law and Economics Sciences, University Jaume I of Castellon
October, 2014
 
Coordinator of Juvenile Justice Program in El Salvador at National Center for State Courts (NCSC), as well as professor of International Relations in University of El Salvador (UES). Experience is related to the formulation of development projects, management of international cooperation, strategic planning and implementation of monitoring instruments and design of social interventions with emphasis on human security and prevention of social violence. He holds a Master's degree in Management of International Cooperation and NGOs from University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and a specialization in Development Education, Immigration and Citizenship at the University of Valencia.
 

Abstract

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) constitute a commitment that the Salvadoran state signed in 2000 and, until 2014, has published three reports on progress in its implementation; However, despite progress, the population has limitations on national ownership of these commitments in their knowledge and dissemination. For purposes of this investigation, will be released the perception of Salvadoran civil society on the implementation of the MDGs in accordance with government policies and programs implemented by the presidential term 2009-2014, in contrast to the information contained in the reports programs progress, published by the Government of El Salvador and the United Nations.


ISSN: 2254-2035