Sustainable Development Goals
The lack of reliable data is a big challenge in judging SDG progress.
70 percent of countries view climate change as a threat to their security.
In Lao PDR, stunting amongst children from the poorest households are three times higher than those from the richest households.
The expanded use of financial technology could drive growth across developing countries by up to US$3.7 trillion by 2025.
Between January 2016 and June 2018, an estimated 83 million people were lifted out of extreme poverty.
We cannot eradicate poverty, protect people from pandemics, advance gender equality, or achieve any SDGs without universal health coverage.
The success and sustainability of a tourism operation relies heavily on how it is being operated.
The World Economic Forum estimated it would take 217 years for women to close the gender gap in employment and pay.
The agenda is built on the achievements of the MDGs for 2000-2015 and is monitored against a set of 17 SDGs.
A new form of inclusive multilateralism is required to achieve the SDGs which complement the Paris agreement’s commitments.
Only 30 percent of the world’s population has legally registered rights to their land and homes.
If this target is met, by 2030 no country will have a neonatal mortality rate above 12 deaths per 1,000 births.