Strong and unambiguous commitment by all governments, in donor and developing nations alike, to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015.
Additional $50 billion a year by 2010 for fighting poverty.
Commitment by all developing countries to adopt national plans for achieving the Millennium Development Goals by 2006.
Agreement to provide immediate support for quick impact initiatives to support anti-malaria efforts, education, and healthcare.
Commitment to innovative sources of financing for development, including efforts by groups of countries to implement an International Finance Facility and other initiatives to finance development projects, in particular in the health sector.
Agreement to consider additional measures to ensure long-term debt sustainability through increased grantbased financing, cancellation of 100 per cent of the official multilateral and bilateral debt of heavily indebted poor countries (HIPCs). Where appropriate, to consider significant debt relief or restructuring for low and middle income developing countries with unsustainable debt burdens that are not part of the HIPC initiative.
Commitment to trade liberalization and expeditious work towards implementing the development dimensions of the Doha work programme.