SDG 101: #KnowYourGoals

In a few words, we shall look into the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which was signed at the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. On the 25th day of September 2015, countries adopted these new goals as part of a new sustainable development agenda.

The #SDGs otherwise called the #GlobalGoals or the 2030 agenda comprise of 17 goals which were agreed on by world leaders to guide policy and funding for the next fifteen years. The goals are strategic and interconnected and this means that success on one goal will ultimately tackle some issues of/from another goal.

New areas have been included such as climate change, sustainable consumption, peace and justice, economic inequality and innovation. The inclusive approach of the SDGs is such that they unite us globally as we tackle common pressing challenges ranging from poverty, to insecurity and conflict, and climate.

The SDGs require partnership of Private sector, civil society, governments and citizens to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations (Source: UNDP)

#KnowYourGoals #SDGs

  1. Goal One – No Poverty.  End in all its forms everywhere
  2. Goal Two -Zero Hunger.  End , achieve and improved nutrition and promote agriculture
  3. Goal Three – Good & Well-being. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
  4. Goal Four – Quality Education.  Ensure inclusive & equitable & promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
  5. Goal Five – Gender Equality.  Achieve and empower all and girls
  6. Goal Six – Clean Water & Ensure availability & of & sanitation for all.
  7. Goal Seven-Affordable and Clean Ensure access to affordable, reliable, and modern energy for all.
  8. Goal 8- Decent work & Growth. Promote sustained, & economic growth, full & productive employment & decent work for all
  9. Goal 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive & sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.
  10. Goal 10-Reduced Inequalities. Reduce income within and among countries.
  11. Goal 11 – Cities and Communities. Make cities and human settlements , , resilient and sustainable.
  12. Goal 12 – Responsible consumption & production. Ensure consumption & production patterns.
  13. Goal 13- Action. Take urgent action to combat & its impacts by regulating emissions and promoting development in
  14. Goal 14 – Life Below . and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for
  15. Goal 15 – Life on land. Protect, restore and promote use of terrestrial , sustainably manage forests, combat , and halt and reverse and halt loss.
  16. Goal 16 -Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.
  17. Goal 17 – Partnerships for the Goals.  Strengthen the means of implementation & revitalize the for

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2 thoughts on “SDG 101: #KnowYourGoals”

  1. Stop the New World Order

    #Not my goals.

    This sounds like Agenda 21 by the New World Order globalist’s.
    *Reduce world’s population (under 500,000, see USA Georgia Guidestones).

    *FORCE people to live like rats in smart cites inside ‘Micro Flats’.

    *Stop property ownership.

    *Enforced labour camps for the poor.

    Plus lots more nafarious, dark agendas dressed up as warm fluffy environmental protection.
    No thank you Rothchilds family.
    I reject your New World Order globalist’s dictatorship, injectable chip & one world currency.
    Not all of us walking ‘Sheeple’.

    1. Thanks for your view and feedback…

      We wont take these notes for granted as development has to be inclusive and worthwhile…

      Can you share your candid opinions about the way forward?

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