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The Evaluation Team found that the programme was closely aligned with Government of Rwanda priorities in RH (including HIV), population and development (PD) and gender. The country has made considerable progress in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) with substantial improvements being made in achieving universal access to primary school education, gender equality and women‟s empowerment, and in combating HIV, malaria and other diseases. Maternal and child mortality have declined and the Rwanda has the potential to achieve the respective targets for these areas, as well as for water and sanitation. The targets to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger are however “off track” and not likely to be met.