Where is Greenwich Millennium village located?
Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV) is a mixed-tenure modern development on an urban village model located on the Greenwich Peninsula in Greenwich, in south-east London, and part of the Millennium Communities Programme under English Partnerships (now renamed Homes and Communities Agency).
Is Greenwich Millennium Village Safe?
Greenwich millennium village feels safe and the school is excellent. There are lots of beautiful open spaces to enjoy with the children and the links to public transport are excellent.
Was the Millennium Villages project successful?
The project achieved significant gains in MDG-related outcomes, and significant impacts compared with matched sites on 30 of the 40 MDG-related targets. When grouped by major MDG-related category (poverty, nutrition, education, health, and infrastructure), significant impacts were found for every major category.
What happened to Millennium Villages?
Even though the website of the Millennium Village Project is still active, the project ended with final evaluation in 2015 because it was initially scaled to progress for a decade from 2005. The project was divided into two phases, from 2004-2010 for the first phase and 2011-2015 for the second phase.
What is the goal of the Millennium Project?
The Millennium Project was commissioned by the United Nations Secretary-General in 2002 to develop a concrete action plan for the world to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and to reverse the grinding poverty, hunger and disease affecting billions of people.
What is the goal of the Millennium Villages project?
The Millennium Villages Project plans to provide early successes on how to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) — clear targets for reducing poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy, environmental degradation and discrimination against women — by 2015.