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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by 193 nations in September 2015 at the UN summit, are a set of quantifiable objectives across social, economic, and environmental dimensions, all to be achieved by 2030. This 2030 Agenda on sustainable development encompasses 17 goals and 169 targets across a range of pressing global challenges from poverty and hunger, improved quality of health and education, to climate change. The SDGs resolves to “take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path”

WHY SDGS?

The SDGs provide a framework for Governments to have a common language and shared purpose for effective communication and policy action promote long term agenda for development at the national and sub-national level despite changing political requirement and electoral processes set priorities and commence goal-based planning facilitate the streamlining of existing and new government schemes for measuring quantitative results put in place policies, institutions, and systems necessary to generate sustained investment and growth bring together relevant stakeholders, including public-private partnerships, to address the world’s most urgent social challenges.

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