PI: Dr. Saut SagalaTeam Members :
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are global objectives for 192 countries around the world including Indonesia. At 25 September 2015, these countries were agree to 17 goals: (1) No Poverty, (2) Zero Hunger, (3) Good Health and Well-Being, (4) Quality Education, (5) Gender Equality, (6) Clean Water and Sanitation, (7) Affordable and Clean Energy, (8) Decent Work and Economic Growth, (9) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, (10) Reduce Inequalities, (11) Sustainable Cities and Communities, (12) Responsible Consumption and Production, (13)Climate action, (14) Life Below Water, (15) Life on Land, (16) Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions, and (17) Partnerships for Goals. These each objective have specific parameter and indicator that need to be achieved in 2030 by these countries including Indonesia. Indonesia as developing countries has tried to make efforts in achieving these objectives. The targets under SDGS are not alien at all and could integrated to national development agenda. However, to achieve this goal need commitment and efforts of government from national and local level through their programs and plans. To achieve these goal, it is needed to be monitoring to understand what are the challenges and how are the progress, particularly in initial periods. Therefore, RDI finds need to analyze this issue particularly in achieving goals (1) No Poverty, (5) Gender Equality, and (10) Reduce Inequalities.Related Publication :
- Mid-term Review-“Strengthening Capacities of Civil Society to enhance governance of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indonesia. Funded by Oxfam.