Evaluating the Sustainable Development Goals: With a “No One Left Behind” Lens Through

The purpose of this publication is to provide guidance on how to integrate an equity-focused and gender-responsive approach to national evaluation systems that should inform national Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) reviews. 

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development puts forward “a plan for action for people, planet and prosperity” and “seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom” through strategic partnerships. It includes a vision and principles, a results framework of global SDGs, a framework for means of implementation and global partnership, and a follow-up and review mechanism. 

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  • Yande Kalengo
    No one left behind. we are all included. 
  • Dr Ishrat Bano
    I was a speaker at No One Left behind session at UN, New York this year. I empphasized on the huge gaps in knowledge of science and technology that exist between women in various communities. I believe an equal access and adequate training in science can bring new proepcts for women in all fields.
    It will also help us to achieve 2030 Agenda for SDGs.
    • George Hashaka
      Dear Dr.Ishrat Bano,

      Great to know people like you who are working for a better world for all.The attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) is key to this noble vision.
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  • Ogbeyalu Okoye
    Social inclusion, reaching out to the poor and most vulnerable is an excellent step towards achieving this. The 2030 agenda puts forward these plans. 
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