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MY World – first survey results

Results for the first comprehensive offline MY World survey in Liberia, as well as preliminary results from the online survey are now available.

MY World is an innovative global survey for citizens led by the United Nations and partners. It aims to capture people’s voices, priorities and views; so that global leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the new development agenda for the world. These results will be presented at the High Level Panel meeting currently taking place in Monrovia.

Download the full report here. A 2-page summary version is also available here.

Visit www.myworld2015.org for more information or to cast your vote.

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One thought on “MY World – first survey results

  1. I thing this is a very good measure taken to address critical issues, that is directly effecting people comfortability on this cosmus, getting people view points are vital toward solving problems of these nature. I carried out the survey in the community i am serving as a corps member in 100 household, and 5 communities, i discovered that all these communities people they almost say the same thing, we need good Road, Good Governance, Betterheath care, access to capital, electricity, good water, shealther, creation of employment for the youth. Though the survey was very successful but i encounter some challenges during the cost of the survey, there was no means of transport i was tracking all tro

    Posted by Johnny, Victor Friday | March 25, 2013, 4:49 pm

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