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Inputs to the 2016 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development
This online review platform is dedicated to compiling voluntary inputs from countries participating in the national voluntary reviews of the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, as well other voluntary governmental inputs, and inputs from ECOSOC functional commissions and other intergovernmental bodies and forums. The platform also includes inputs from major groups and other stakeholders, as well contributions from multi-stakeholder partnerships and voluntary commitments.
Voluntary national reviews (VNRs)
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As part of its follow-up and review mechanisms, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development encourages member states to “conduct regular and inclusive reviews of progress at the national and sub-national levels, which are country-led and country-driven” (paragraph 79). These national reviews are expected to serve as a basis for the regular reviews by the high-level political forum (HLPF), meeting under the auspices of ECOSOC. As stipulated in paragraph 84 of the 2030 Agenda, regular reviews by the HLPF are to be voluntary, state-led, undertaken by both developed and developing countries, and involve multiple stakeholders.

The voluntary national reviews (VNRs) aim to facilitate the sharing of experiences, including successes, challenges and lessons learned, with a view to accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. The VNRs also seek to strengthen policies and institutions of governments and to mobilize multi-stakeholder support and partnerships for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Twenty-two countries participated in the first round of VNRs, held during the 2016 meeting of HLPF, under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council. Reports, summaries, presentations and other documents submitted as part of the VNRs are available in each of the country pages below.

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China
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Colombia
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Egypt
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Estonia
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Finland
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France
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Georgia
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Germany
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Madagascar
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Mexico
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Montenegro
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Morocco
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Norway
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Philippines
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Republic of Korea
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Samoa
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Sierra Leone
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Switzerland
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Togo
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Turkey
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Uganda
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Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
Other voluntary inputs from governments
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Bolivia
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Qatar
Intergovernmental bodies & forums

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ECOSOC functional commissions and other intergovernmental bodies and forums, are invited to share relevant input and deliberations as they addresses goals and targets from the perspective of “Ensuring that no one is left behind”. inputs could follow the following template, inspired by the report of the Secretary-General on Critical milestones towards coherent, efficient and inclusive follow-up and review at the global level (A/70/684).

  • an assessment of the situation regarding the principle of "ensuring that no one is left behind" at the global level;
  • the identification of gaps, areas requiring urgent attention, risks and challenges;
  • valuable lessons learned on ensuring that no one is left behind;
  • emerging issues likely to affect the realization of this principle;
  • areas where political guidance by the high-level political forum is required;
  • policy recommendations on ways to accelerate progress for those at risk of being left behind.

Outcome document:
Functional Commissions and Expert Bodies of ECOSOC
Other intergovernmental Forum and platforms
Multi-stakeholder Platforms
Major groups & other stakeholders

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In an innovative provision of the 2030 Agenda (para. 89), major groups and other relevant stakeholders were called upon to report on their contribution to implementation. That provision is particularly important for the voluntary reporting and accountability by non-governmental actors who manage significant resources or assets, and therefore play an important role in the achievement of individual Sustainable Development Goals and targets on the ground. These could include, for example, business, non-governmental organizations, specific partnerships and alliances, large cities, and others. To ensure comparability, reports from such stakeholders could build on a voluntary template based on existing tools and models.

Multi-stakeholder Partnerships & voluntary commitments

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In an innovative provision of the 2030 Agenda (para. 89), major groups and other relevant stakeholders were called upon to report on their contribution to implementation. That provision is particularly important for the voluntary reporting and accountability by non-governmental actors who manage significant resources or assets, and therefore play an important role in the achievement of individual Sustainable Development Goals and targets on the ground. These could include, for example, business, non-governmental organizations, specific partnerships and alliances, large cities, and others. To ensure comparability, reports from such stakeholders could build on a voluntary template based on existing tools and models.

This section will feature inputs from multi-stakeholder partnerships and voluntary commitments, generated from those partnerships that have submitted a progress report through the Partnerships for SDGs online platform.
Building Capacities for Increased Public Investment in Integrated Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction

Building capacities for increased public investment in integrated climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction is an initiative of UNISDR, supported by a variety of partners including the European Commission, Japan, UNDP, World Bank, JICA, among others, working with a number of SIDS across the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Pacific to systematically account for disaster loss and to develop probabilistic estimations of future risk, with an emphasis in weather and climate change related hazards. The initiative provides evidence to support the integration of climate change adaptation measur...[more]

Partners
Caribbean: 7 East Caribbean Countries Indian Ocean: 3 Countries Pacific: Regional system (20 countries) plus Fiji, Solomon, and PNG UNISDR UNDP World Bank JICA European Union European Commission
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
ICT4SIDS Partnership: Rapid Implementation of SDGs Through Latest Digital Innovations

The primary objective of the ICT4SIDS Partnership is to fully utilize the latest digital innovations to rapidly improve the health, education, public safety (including disasters), public welfare (including economic development), and other vital services in SIDS.. Specifically, we want to use the latest digital innovations to significantly accelerate the implementation of SDGs and Samoa Pathway goals. Our approach consists of the following key capabilities: 1. A Computer Aided SDG Advisor that can help the SIDS assess their status and launch the needed services 2. A powerful computer aided pl...[more]

Partners
1. Representatives from Islands (partial list from a very long list of contacts, this list with exact names needs to be updated because we have multiple contacts in most islands) - Timor-Leste (Mr Collin Yap, President of NITL Foundation) - Zanzibar,(Mr Omar Ali, President, Zanzibar Diaspora Group - Palau, Dr Caleb Otto, Ambassador of Palau and UN Permanent Representative - Solomon Islan...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Pacific Risk Resilience Programme: a partnership approach to risk governance in the Pacific

The Pacific Risk Resilience Programme (PRRP) is a large-scale risk governance programme in one of the most vulnerable regions to disasters and climate change in the world. The US$16.1 million Pacific Risk Reduction Programme (PRRP) is being delivered through a partnership between the Australian Government Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and international NGOs Live and Learn Environmental Education (LLEE) and the Mainstreaming of Rural Development Initiative (MORDI). The Programme is helping to build the national and regional ris...[more]

Partners
UNDP DFAT Live and Learn Environmental Education MORDI Vanuatu Climate Adaptation Network Governments of Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tonga and Fiji
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC)

The best opportunity to slow the rate of near-term warming globally and in sensitive regions such as the Arctic is by cutting emissions of short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) – most notably methane, black carbon and some hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). Widespread reductions, which complement the need for aggressive global action on carbon dioxide, contribute significantly to the goal of limiting warming to less than two degrees. Reducing SLCPs can also advance national priorities such as protecting air quality and public health, promoting food security, enhancing energy efficiency, and alleviat...[more]

Partners
111 Partners, 50 State and REIO, 16 IGO and 45 NGO partners (as of April 2016). Full list: http://ccacoalition.org/en/partners
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Atlantic and Indian Ocean SIDS Integrated Water Resources Management Project

The Global Environment Facility (GEF) has funded a full sized project to support 6 participating Small Island Developing States (SIDS) of which 2 are located in the Atlantic Ocean (Cape Verde and Sao Tome & Principe) and 4 are located in the Indian Ocean (Comoros, Maldives, Mauritius and Seychelles). The IWRM AIO SIDS project addresses issues related to the management of water resources, both freshwater and coastal marine areas in an integrated manner. Recognizing the urgent need for comprehensive Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and improved Water Use Efficiency (WUE), the project...[more]

Partners
Ministry of Agriculture and Environment of Cabo Verde; National Agency for Water and Sanitation for Cabo Verde; Municipality of Tarrafal in Cabo Verde; Association of Farmers and Breeder of Chao Bom Colonato in Cabo Verde; Ministry of Environment, Energy and Water of Maldives; Ministry of Production, Ministry of Production of Environment, Energy, Industry and Crafts of the Union of Comoros; Minist...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Aloha+ Challenge: A Culture of Sustainability – He Nohona ‘Ae‘oia

The Aloha+ Challenge is a shared statewide leadership commitment to build a more secure, sustainable and resilient future for Hawaiʻi by achieving six sustainability targets by 2030, which include: 1. Clean Energy: 70 percent clean energy – 40 percent from renewables and 30 percent from efficiency. 2. Local Food: At least double local food production – 20 to 30 percent of food consumed is grown locally.3. Natural Resource Management: Reverse the trend of natural resource loss mauka to makai by increasing freshwater security, watershed protection, community-based marine manageme...[more]

Partners
Government 1. State of Hawai‘i 2. City & County of Honolulu 3. County of Hawai‘i 4. County of Kaua‘i 5. County of Maui 6. Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture 7. Hawai‘i Department of Health 8. Hawai‘i Department of Labor & Industrial Relations 9. Hawai‘i Department of Land & Natural Resources 10. Hawai‘i Environmental Council 11. Hawai‘i Invasive Species Council (HISC) 12. Hawai‘i Offic...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
A corporate programme of the GEF implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Reduced vulnerability and increased adaptative capacity of communities and disable persons to manage the additional risks of climate change. The partnerships will achieve its goals and objectives through the implementation of a portfolio of CBA projects in all participating SIDS countries. The selection and implementation of specific micro-projects in each country will be guided by an SGP Country Programme Strategy, UN Human Rights Approach and other multi-lateral agreements especially the CBD convection on the conservation of biodiversity. The partnerships will contribute to the SD of SIDS b...[more]

Partners
Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), International Union of Nature Conservation (IUCN) through the Global Partnerships for Small Islands Developing States (GLIPSA), and Disability Rights Fund (DRF); United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism

The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. Partner organizations share the common vision and understanding of the goal of "sustainable tourism" and collaborate internationally, regionally or nationally to transform tourism globally. The mission is to transform the way tourism is done worldwide by building partnerships to support the implementation of sustainable tourism practices at destinations through adop...[more]

Partners
United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP), Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, the Government of France, Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Morocco, Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Korea, the Travel Foundation, World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Regional Seas Programme

The Regional Seas Programme, launched in 1974 in the wake of the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm, is one of UNEP’s most significant achievements in the past 35 years.The Regional Seas Programme aims to address the accelerating degradation of the world’s oceans and coastal areas through the sustainable management and use of the marine and coastal environment, by engaging neighbouring countries in comprehensive and specific actions to protect their shared marine environment. It has accomplished this by stimulating the creation of Regional Seas programmes...[more]

Partners
UN-Ocean agencies, participating Governments, IUCN, regional organisations such as Western Indian Ocean Marine Scientist Association, etc.) UNEP function as coordinator of all regional seas programmes including those involving SIDS UNEP administers all the regional seas programmes involving SIDS, except SPREP and the one for South Asian Seas (hosted by SACEP)
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
UNEP Live

UNEP Live (www.unep.org/uneplive) is a common knowledge infrastructure, built on advances in technology, to connect individual efforts with collective intelligence and understanding (within and outside the United Nations) to share authoritative environment and other data and knowledge. UNEP Live services include:-Support to integrated environmental assessment processes by making accessible global, regional and national data and knowledge flows (http://uneplive.unep.org/region/index/59#). These are available as real-time maps (eg sea level rise); indicators that can be compared and charted, sci...[more]

Partners
UNEP, Global, regional and national data providers
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Safeguarding the Nigerian Child

Safeguarding the Nigerian Child aims to deliver social interventions and preventative outcomes to ensure all children are supported to develop in an environment where they feel secure, safe, and are able to meet all their aspirations and develop their potentials for better outcomes for children in 5 key areas: Child Protection, Child Safety, Child Health, Child Education, Child Welfare

Partners
Federal and State Ministries of Education, Health, and Justice; Nigerian Police Child and Juvenile Protection Units; Quality Assurance Departments of Ministries of Education; NGOs; private education institutions; National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria (Delta State)
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Partnership on Nutrient Management (under GPA)

The accelerated use of nitrogen and phosphorous is at the centre of a complex web of development benefits and environmental problems. They are key to crop production and half of the world’s food security is dependent on nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizer use. But excess nutrients from fertilizers, fossil fuel burning, and wastewater from humans, livestock, aquaculture and industry lead to air, water, soil and marine pollution, with loss of biodiversity and fish, destruction of ozone and additional global warming potentialThe problems will intensify as the demand for food and bio-fuels increas...[more]

Partners
UNEP, GEF
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIF)

The Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP) is a Pacific-wide programme helping to provide sustainable financial services to low income households. By 2019 PFIP aims to have: - One million low-income people in the Pacific, with at least 50 per cent women, gain access to appropriate/affordable financial services; (600,000 achieved by 2014)- Additional 150,000 previously unbanked people, with at least 50 per cent women, gain access to a formal savings account;- Four additional Pacific Islands Countries (PICs) have national financial inclusion strategies that reflect gender differences and w...[more]

Partners
United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), ILO, Australian Government, European Union (EU), ACP/EU Microfinance, New Zealand Aid Programme, Reserve Bank of Fiji, Bank of Papua New Guinea, Central Bank of Samoa, Central Bank of Solomon Islands, National Reserve Bank of Tonga, Reserve Bank of Vanuatu, Fiji Department of Social Welfare, Fiji Ministry...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Coral Reef Partnership

Global change as well as local pressures are driving declining coral reef health around the world, and accelerated loss of ecosystem services willincreasingly affect people dependent on coral reefs in over 100 countries. In 2014 UNEP and Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans (‘RegionalSeas’) initiated a Global Coral Reef Partnership to support countries deliver internationally agreed coral reef commitments through ecosystem-basedmanagement of coral reefs, as called for in the Global Strategic Directions for the Regional Seas 2013-2016.The overall goal of the partnership is to promote and ...[more]

Partners
Participating organizations include the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI), a partnership among governments, international organizations and nongovernment organizations and the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN); NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program; The Reef-World Foundation, international coordinators of the Green Fins initiative; Blue Finance, an organization focusing on devel...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Partnership on Waste Management (GPWM)

The GPWM is an open-ended partnership for international organizations, Governments, businesses, academia, local authorities and NGOs. It was launched in November 2010 to enhance international cooperation among stakeholders, identify and fill information gaps, share information and strengthen awareness, political will, and capacity to promote resource conservation and resource efficiency.The objectives of the GPWM are:Objectives and Expected OutcomesTo enhance international cooperation, outreach, advocacy, knowledge management and sharing, and identifying and filling information gaps in waste m...[more]

Partners
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) International Telecommunication Union (ITU) The Basel Convention Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific (BCRC China)
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Parliamentarians Advancing Anti-Corruption through UNCAC

To strengthen the capacity, engagement, and mechanisms for parliamentary oversight of national Pacific countries' integrity and anti-corruption through the UN Convention Against Corruption and with integrity to attain national development priorities, with specific reference to the United Nations Global Sustainable Development Goals. Goal 16 calls on Member States to “promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels”. This places parliaments at the forefront of the SG...[more]

Partners
Global Organisation of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC) Oceania UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption (UN-PRAC) Project UNDP UNODC National Democratic Institute
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
SANDWATCH - a Global Observatory of Changing Environments in SIDS based on citizen science

Coasts and beaches are highly dynamic environments of critical importance to the economic, socio-cultural and bio-physical integrity of SIDS. During recent decades, these environments have been subjected to an increasing rate of change due to urbanisation and expanding coastal development, as well as climate change and climate variability. These changes are impacting, often adversely, the lifestyles and livelihoods of islanders living in coastal towns and villages, and beyond that, resource-based and tourism-based economies from local to national levels.Working in this context, Sandwatch is an...[more]

Partners
Sandwatch is an international partnership between the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), the Sandwatch Foundation, University of Puerto Rico, together with other NGOs, schools (some of which are part of the Associated School Network -ASPnet), numerous local governments and ministries in 30 countries worldwide, half of which are SIDS, as well as sponsors such...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Enhancing South-South cooperation for capacity building in science: Towards Economic Resilience to Natural Shocks in the Pacific and Southeast Asia

The Government of Malaysia and the United Nations for Education, Sciences, Culture and Communications Organization (UNESO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 15th November 2011 under the Malaysia UNESCO Cooperation. The MOU was initiated in 2009 by the Honorable Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia who announced at the 35th General Conference of UNESCO, the establishment of Malaysian Cooperative Trust Fund which will contribute to enhance South-South cooperation for capacity building in education and science for the benefit of the Least Developed Countries, Small ...[more]

Partners
UNESCO, National University of Malaysia (UKM), University of Technology Malaysia (UTM), University Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), University of South Pacific (USP), Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), Melbourne University, Local Disaster Risk Management and Climate Ch...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Pacific Heritage Hub

Pacific Heritage Hub (PHH) was established as a regional facility by and for the Pacific peoples at the University of the South Pacific (USP), intergovernmental regional university in Suva, Fiji, in 2013 at the request of Pacific member states that was endorsed at the 4th Pacific World Heritage Workshop (Apia, 2011). Under its vision Our Pacific island cultural and natural heritage is restored, enriched, cherished, and protected for the present and future generationsť, PHHs missions are to inspire, guide, and build capacity of Pacific peoples to safeguard their cultural and natural heritage fo...[more]

Partners
Pacific: Pacific Heritage Hub (PHH) at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Pacific Island Museum Association (PIMA) Commission on Environmental, Economic, and Social Policy (CEES) of IUCN ICOMOS Pacifika Pacific Island Forum Melanesia Spearhead Group Vanuatu Culture Centre Live and Learn Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Bridging the GAP: Driving partnerships for the Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

The Global Action Programme on ESD pursues the overall objective to use ESD as a key driver for contributing to the resilience and sustainability of Societies. The Partner Networks of the Global Action Programme will bring together ESD stakeholders from different world regions to exchange experiences and learn from successful cases in implementing ESD in national education systems. SIDS have been a priority target group of UNESCO's Climate Change Education country programmes in 2012-2015. Recommendations and lessons learned from these activities provide an important knowledge pool to draw upon...[more]

Partners
Partner Networks of the Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). In the course of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) UNESCO has supported the integration of ESD, in particular of Climate Change Education in partnership with a number of SIDS. This activity will now be scaled up under the Global Action Programme on ESD, the off...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Heritage strengthening in the Pacific

Strengthening of human resources through strategic and innovative capacity building initiatives within and outside of the Pacific region in order to create a pool of experts, as well as well informed and engaged decision makers to improve capacities for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention, particularly the Pacific World Heritage Action Plan.

Partners
Pacific Heritage Hub, University of the South Pacific, SPREP, SPC, UNESCO, IUCN, ICOMOS, UNESCO WHITRAP (China), UNESCO CRIHAP (China), UNESCO ICHCAP (Korea), UNESCO SID's World Heritage Programe. UNESCO ICRI (Japan) IUCN CEESP Theme on Culture and Conservation, UNEP.
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Improving transitions from school to work through engaging youth in policy dialogue

The objective of this partnership is to achieve improved youth transitions between education and the world of work through engaging youth in policy dialogue on TVET. Youth constitute a large proportion of the population in SIDS. Whilst youth are a huge asset for sustainable development, too many young people experience difficulties making school-to-work transitions and in meeting their aspirations. Unemployment, low paid work and a lack of job opportunities are major concerns. Youth can also have a negative impact on social cohesion and contribute to concerns about rising crime in SIDS.Sustain...[more]

Partners
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); School of Education; University of West Indies; Caribbean Association of National Training Agencies (CANTA); Caribbean Development Bank (CDB); CARICOM Secretariat, International Labour Organization (ILO); TVET Units in the Ministries of Education in the Caribbean.
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Pacific Biosphere Reserves Network: A tool for Exchange and Cooperation

The dialogue is an existing partnership focusing on biodiversity for sustainable development to be recognised and showcased during the third SIDS Conference. The UNESCO Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme and its World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) have adopted years ago an inclusive and holistic approach towards sustainable development, notably through Biosphere Reserves. Biosphere Reserves, living and learning laboratories for sustainable development, are sites established by countries and recognized under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme to promote sustainable development...[more]

Partners
UNDP, SPREP, IUCN, WWF, Jeju Korea, Pacific SIDS
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy

Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) is a three year international partnership project funded by the EC and managed by the International Organization for Migration with a consortium of 6 partners. The project focuses on 6 case study countries around the world including 4 SIDS countries Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea and Kenya and Viet Nam. These countries have been chosen to illustrate how different forms of mobility, migration, displacement, and relocation may affect the environment and adaptation to climate change. The project aims t...[more]

Partners
Mostly funded by the European Commission (EC), led by IOM and a consortium of six research partners and three associates: 1. Partners Consortium 1) International Organization for Migration (IOM), Switzerland 2) University of Versailles Saint-Quentin (UVSQ), France 3) Center on Migration, Citizenship and Development (COMCAD), University of Bielefeld, Germany 4) Center for Ethnic and Mig...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Lighthouses Initiative

IRENA has developed the SIDS Lighthouses Initiative to support the strategic deployment of renewable energy in SIDS, to bring clarity to policy makers regarding the required steps, and to enable targeted action. As a joint effort of SIDS and development partners, this framework for action will assist in transforming SIDS energy systems through the establishment of the enabling conditions for a renewable energy-based future, by moving away from developing projects in isolation to a holistic approach that considers all relevant elements spanning from policy and market frameworks, through technol...[more]

Partners
Antigua and Barbuda, Mauritius, Bahamas, Nauru, Barbados, Palau, Cabo Verde, Samoa, Comoros, Săo Tomé and Príncipe, Cook Islands, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Fiji, Seychelles, Grenada, Solomon Islands, Guyana, Tonga, Kiribati, Trinidad and Tobago, Maldives, Tuvalu, Marshall Islands, Vanuatu, Federated States of Micronesia, ENEL, New Zealand, European Union, Norway, France, SE4ALL, Germany, Uni...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
Better Living Oasis Welfare Outreach Initiative

The Focus on Better Living Oasis Welfare Outreach (BLOW OUTREACH ) initiative with the support of its partners will implement a healthy environment and sustainable development campaign in rural communities. The objective of the project is to promote healthy practices and build healthy behaviours amongst primary schools pupils and women in rural communities. Unemployed graaduates will be given the opportunity to serve as volunteers ,in the capacity of Sustainable Environment Corps #SEC# that will take the responsibilities of taking care of our communities and ensure that individuals and organi...[more]

Partners
Focus on BETTER LIVING OASIS WELFARE Initiative, Okoji Samuel O.: BLOW Outreach (Consulting for Health, Agricuture Service & Sustainable Environment) , State Primary School Board of Lagos, Bayelsa, Ricers, Abia Niger and Anambra States, Stetes Environmental Afency, Environmental Health Registration Council of Nigeria, Ministry of Youth and Development, Nigeria
Sustainable Development Goals
SDGsACT

SDGsACT is an initiative of Hot Eye Global Company. Hot Eye Global Company is a non- conventional informal educational advancement company established in the year 2010 and registered officially with the Corporate Affairs Commission with the RC: 098098 on the 11th October, 2011. SDGsACT is a non-profit, non-government and non- political initiative that is focusing on rich and informative awareness of SDGs, executing major projects in line the SDGs and getting more proactive youths in the implementation of the SDGs in Africa. The realization of those goals depend more on the youths because they ...[more]

Partners
Hot Eye Global Company, the New Nation Builders of Leadership and Entrepreneurial Initiative, International Youth Council, World Merit, Baba Azim Foundation, World Merit Nigeria, Youth Inspire International, Aid for Rural Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Teri University-TU

SD for TU means Development using principles of equity (regional, temporal, gender, intergenerational, ecological and economic), efficiency (optimization, minimization and conservation through use and advancement of technology), feasibility (economic and social acceptability), interdependence and integration, durability (through change in lifestyle and innovation), and decentralization (for planning and implementation).

Partners
Teri University-TU
Action Network
Higher Education Sustainability Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data

The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data is multi-stakeholder network of more than 150 data champions harnessing the data revolution for sustainable development. Its members represent the full range of data producers and users, including governments, companies, civil society groups, international organizations, academic institutions, foundations, statistics agencies and data communities. The Global Partnership serves as an invaluable convener, connector and catalyst, building trust and encouraging collaboration among stakeholders to fill critical data gaps and ensure data is acc...[more]

Partners
Abia State, Nigeria, Accur8Africa, Africa Gathering, African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), African Development Bank (ADB), African Development Fund, African Union Commission, Agora, AidData, Asian Development Bank, Barclays, Base of the Pyramid (BoP) HUB, Bretton Woods II, Brookings Institution, Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá (Bogota Chamber of Commerce), Canada (Government of), CARE Interna...[more]
Action Network
United Nations Sustainable Development Summit
Sustainable Development Goals
Dairy Science Park

Dairy Science Park has emerged at the University of Agriculture, Peshawar Pakistan and was registered as a society under Societies’ Registration Act XXI of 1860 (Reg No.4582/5/8589 dated 2-7-2015) by Registrar Joint Stock Companies and Societies, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Peshawar, Pakistan and accepted by the United Nations as #SDGAction9671. DSP envisions KP, FATA, and Northern Areas of Pakistan, and the adjoining regions of Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and China as a hub of livestock and poultry entrepreneurs backed up by quality control, R&D, and marketing support organizations, with p...[more]

Partners
* Women University Mardan * Khyber Medical University, Peshawar * Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Peshawar * Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Sheringal * Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority * The University of Agriculture, Peshawar * Veterinary Research Institute, Peshawar * SDGs Task Force, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly
Action Network
United Nations Sustainable Development Summit
Sustainable Development Goals
Powering the Future We Want

Of the sustainable development challenges facing the world today, none is more cross-cutting and deeply embedded in our daily lives and livelihoods than energy. Energy is the life blood of our civilization. The well-being of our people and economy and the health of our environment depend on safe, clean, secure, sustainable and affordable energy.rnrnPowering the Future We Want offers a grant in the amount of one million US dollars to fund future capacity development activities in energy for sustainable development. The Grant is awarded to an individual, institution or partnership based on past ...[more]

Partners
China Energy Fund Committee, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA), and Grant Winners
Sustainable Development Goals
Mia Engiadina: Sustainable Development in a Remote Area of Switzerland

Mia Engiadina is convinced that digitalisation is the key driver for economic prosperity of remote regions, so it has created a partnership that will aim to establish the basis for this digital-driven economic growth in the remotest areas of Switzerland.

Partners
Microsoft Schweiz, Monday Coffee, Quo, Net Design, Radio e Televisiun Rumantscha, Gammeter Druck & Verlag, Urban Hive, Goldbach Media, EE-Energia Engiadina, HGV Unterengadin, Center da sandŕ Engiadina Bassa, Graubündner Kantonalbank, Engadin Booking, Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz, Net-Design, Producta Marketing, Reitstall und Saloon San Jon, Hotel Meisser Guarda, Parc Naziunal Svizzer, Belvédčre Hotels Scuo...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Project Last Mile

The Project Last Mile (PLM) partnership between The Coca-Cola system and its Foundations, USAID, The Global Fund and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation facilitates knowledge transfer from The Coca-Cola system to Ministries of Health and develops their capacity to create and sustain efficiencies to improve health outcomes in Africa.The Coca-Cola system brings over 85 years of global and local expertise operating across Africa to the partnership. PLM links these experts, skilled in distribution, logistics, marketing and HR, with Ministries of Health to improve access to medicines and health out...[more]

Partners
USAID, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Coca-Cola system and its Foundations; Ministries of Health and partners in PLM countries; Yale Global Health Leadership Institute; Global Environment and Technology Foundation
Sustainable Development Goals
Master of Sciences on the Sustainable Development Goals

Following the integrated and holistic approach of the 2030 Agenda and Pope’ Francis Encyclical, the MSc in Sustainable Development Goals (MSDGs) aims to generate new college graduates who are able to analyse and face the several and interrelated questions linked to global sustainable development by a problem-oriented, creative and innovative, learning by doing approach.

Partners
LUMSA UNIVERSITY - Libera Universitŕ Maria Santissima Assunta - Rome, Italy MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, Italy ENEL, Italy POSTE ITALIANE, Italy
Sustainable Development Goals
NAYDSDGs

The Network of African Youths for Development, in collaboration with regional, continental and global youth organisations and any individual or organisation interested or active in African rural community sustainable development, has a mission to empower African rural communities to drive the implementation UN Sustainable Development Goals through youth-led collaborative initiative that informs effective implementation , monitoring and follow-up and, and advocacy campaigns”

Partners
African Union Chapter, Pan African Youth Union, African Youth Union, Organisation of African Youth, African Youth Initiative on Climate Change, Arab Youth Union, African Women Network, World Assembly of Youth, SDSN Youth, Global Call to Action Against Poverty, IDUKA
Sustainable Development Goals
Creating Sustainable Means to Empower the Vulnerable in Rural Senegal

The overall goal of the initiative is to empower disabled women, widows, orphans and other vulnerable within the population in rural Senegal using sustainable means. Our vision is to empower these groups by improving their food and nutrition situation, access to education and medication on a long term and strengthening their position within the community.

Partners
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the European Union, Luxembourg, and Senegal Individuals and volunteer in the European Union and Senegal Women networks, community associations - Mouvement Solidarité Humanitaire Alfityanu Sénégal - Mouvement Solidarité Humanitaire Alfityanu Luxembourg
Sustainable Development Goals
MOZWILD – Protecting Wildlife and Biodiversity in Mozambique

MOZWILD commitment is a comprehensive approach based on an innovative strategic plan to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss, including addressing the present wildlife crisis by combating poaching and trafficking and promoting within valuable information new regulation and specific legislation in Mozambique on a national level.

Partners
* Organizaçăo de Cooperaçăo para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável Integrado (EFAO) * Mozambique Wildlife and Biodiversity Institute * B4Life Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Cooking for Life Programme (CFL)

The project through partnership will promote and increase access to modern, cleaner and more affordable sources of energy for cooking in Kiribati, Tuvalu and RMI. The heavy reliance on fuel wood for cooking have made its mark in the coral atolls like Kiribati, RMI and Tuvalu where the rapidly declining supply have forced people to use kerosene. The use of fuel wood and kerosene for cooking is both an environmental problem in terms of the unsustainable cutting of trees and emissions and a health hazard to women and children mostly

Partners
Government ( Department of Energy); Local NGOs, Women’s group, Private Sector and Development Partners
Sustainable Development Goals
Melanesia’s Million Miracle Programme (M3P)

In the Pacific islands 70% or 7 million people have no access to electricity. Out of this, 1 million people or 14% will have through the M3P. The partnership aims to bring the miracle of electricity to 1 million people in Melanesia by 2020 that is the equivalent of 14% of the Pacific Islands people who still don’t have access to electricity. Assist to bridge the existing gap on the access to modern energy services between the urban and rural areas in the three participating countries. Access to the national utility grid in these countries is very low compared to other PICs. Access is as low as...[more]

Partners
Pacific Community (SPC), Department of Energy in PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu; NGOs, Women Groups, Sunlabob Renewable Energy
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
VinylPlus

The European PVC industry commits to address five key challenges:- Work towards the more efficient management of PVC throughout its life cycle.- Help to ensure that persistent organic compounds do not accumulate in nature and that other emissions are reduced. - Review the use of PVC additives and move towards more sustainable additives systems.- Help to minimize climate impacts through reducing energy and raw material use, potentially endeavoring to switch to renewable sources and promoting sustainable innovation.- Continue to build sustainability awareness across the value chain and external ...[more]

Partners
The European PVC industry value chain represented by the following four Associations: ECVM The European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers (ECVM The European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers); EuPC The European Plastics Converters (The European Plastics Converters); ESPA The European Stabiliser Producers Association (The European Stabiliser); European Plasticisers, former ECPI The European Council for ...[more]
Action Network
Rio+20
Sustainable Development Goals
GoTeach

The programme addresses the challenge of youth unemployment as a contribution to the achievement of SDG 8 and others. It focuses on youth employability, with a target on youth coming from underprivileged backgrounds, ensuring that no one is left behind by the achievement of decent jobs for all. The young people living under the care of SOS Children’s Villages programs in 26 countries, are connected to employees from Deutsche Post DHL Group through different activities to advance the young people’s careers for sustainable, independent adult lives. Through this partnership DHL and SOS work to ac...[more]

Partners
Deutsche Post DHL Group and SOS Children’s Villages International
Sustainable Development Goals
Incubator for Green Communities - Ukraine

The Partnership will improve awareness about the SDGs in Ukraine, map and include multiple stakeholders, facilitate the adoption of community-level plans to achieve SDGs, and mentor Ukraine’s eco-villages and aspiring ‘smart cities’ in the implementation of innovative pilot projects. We will help communities fundraise, efficiently use resources, accumulate and transfer knowledge, and scale successful practices, striving for integrated, sustainable and scalable approaches. The Partnership will ensure the local ownership of its activities, and that participating communities use all the talents, ...[more]

Partners
NGO Youth Initiative of Cities, OpenUP Initiative for Youth, Center for Political Studies (Donetsk region), NGO Prolisok-Berdyansk (Zaporizhya region), Center for Development of Tourism and Environmental Protection “Save the World” (Mykolaiv), Center for Education and Human Development (Lviv region), Law and Democracy Foundation (Lviv), Foundation Resonance (Lviv region), Carpathian Age...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
A CJ Global Collaborative R&D on Amino Acids & Eco-Friendly Bio Project for SDGs

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein consisting basic elements of all lives including human beings on Earth. CJ CheilJedang, reputed to be the responsible global food and bioengineering company, has focused on contributing to environmental sustainability and improving food security through technological innovation of amino acids used in livestock industry. Its recent projects such as “Effective Utilization of Cultivated Land”, “Prevention of Environmental Pollution caused by Livestock Industry” and “Collaborative Development of Biotechnology in Asia” explicitly contribute to the achi...[more]

Partners
CJ CheilJedang, Korean Association for Supporting the SDGs fot the UN (ASD), Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs of ROK
Sustainable Development Goals
Bicycles for Capitals (BfC)

The project through partnership will promote the productive use of bicycles to decrease vehicle congestion in the capitals, reduce reliance on fossil fuel in the transport sector, improve and promote healthy lifestyle that will contribute in the reduction of NCDs and empower youths through employment opportunities. This will also contribute to a reduced carbon footprint.

Partners
Pacific Community (SPC), Government; IUCN, Youth groups, Private Sector, Life Cycle Pacific Task Force and Development Partners.
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
The Pacific Energy Advisory Group (PEAG)

This is an existing partnership that has demonstrated an effective institutional arrangement as a platform where PSIDS and its developments partners, regional agencies and the private sector come together on an annual basis to share best practices, to foster joint activities and minimize costs and discuss measures to ensure consistency of effort and the avoidance of duplication. Benefits of this partnership to SIDS1)A workable institutional development for the promotion of sustainable energy for all in SIDS;2)An effective coordination mechanism that ensures best use of donor resources; and ...[more]

Partners
Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific, Energy Industry, Development Partners and PSIDS
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
World Social Capital Monitor

Social goods (trust, solidarity, helpfulness, friendliness and hospitality) is a interdisciplinary non-material core asset to achieving the SDG. Our Social Capital Assessment runs in 37 languages and 140 countries today. The Open Access Software allows to identifying, to assessing, to enhancing and to encouraging local social goods.The first World Social Capital Monitor will activate and stimulate the Social Capital worldwide to meet the SDG.

Partners
Basel Institute of Commons and Economics Pannasatra University of Cambodia, Institute for Economics
Sustainable Development Goals
Youth Philanthropy Forum on SDGs

The Youth Philanthropy Forum on SDGs aims to build greater capacity and create a better environment for youth philanthropic organizations to support the implementation of the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs). It will connect youth philanthropy to the United Nations' SDGs to see how youth are making change towards these big goals. It will create an opportunity for the youth to learn and make connections with international leaders by building strong partnerships between youth philanthropic organizations, the United Nations, governments, civil society, and businesses

Partners
* Global Alliance for Development Foundation (GADeF) * World Initiatives for Grant making Support (WINGS) * African Grantmakers Network (AGN) * African Youth in Philanthropy Network (AYPN) * Foundation Centre * Youth Philanthropy Connect *United National Development Programme(UNDP),USA *Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, USA *Youth Philanthropy Connect(YPC),USA *World Initiatives for Grantmaker...[more]
Action Network
United Nations Sustainable Development Summit
Sustainable Development Goals
Sustainable Week

Sustainable Week is a private initiative that tackles sustainability in its three dimensions: economical, social and environmental. We aim to contribute to the fulfilment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainable Week will become a meeting point for long career path experts who will evaluate sustainability in Europe and will also present the challenges we will have to confront in the next couple of years.

Partners
Bilbao Ekintza (Bilbao City Council), Beaz (Regional Government of Biscay), Zitek, ILO Spain (Oficina de la OIT para Espańa), Unesco Etxea, Slow Fashion Next, BC3 Research, Pez Estudio, Hermeneus, Fashion Revolution, Caostica, Zinegoak, KCD ONGD, Fair Saturday, Cocouse, Tytti Thusberg and Bikonsulting.
Sustainable Development Goals
Portfolio Management to strengthen the means of implementation for SDG’s Strategies

This initiative aim to develop a handbook for best practices in implementation methodologies in Portfolio, Program, and project management levels. In order to strengthen the means of implementations for National Sustainable Development Goals Strategies and 2030 Agenda in developing countries. And assist different stakeholders either international, or public, or private, or NGO's to keep SDG’s goals on track during planning, execution and progress monitoring phases. In addition to recommend a stakeholder engagement mechanism during complex projects and negotiations.

Partners
National System, National Management Institute
Sustainable Development Goals
Toilet Board Coalition

The Toilet Board Coalition is a business led coalition that shares a joint-vision and is committed to providing the necessary leadership, mentorship and investment needed to accelerate the pace of change to achieve universal access to aspirational toilet experiences. We work at the systems level to co-create the necessary ecosystem to support sanitation businesses to scale. And, we work directly with promising businesses in emerging and frontier markets that have the potential to deliver sustainable and resilient sanitation at scale.

Partners
Agence Francaise de Development, Asian Development Bank, Brac, Department for International Development, Firmenich, Grand Challenges Canada, Kimberly-Clark, LIXIL/American Standard, London School of Hygiene, The Stone Family Foundation, Unicef, Unilever, USAID, WaterAid, Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council, World Bank Group, WSUP
Sustainable Development Goals
Health in Africa and the Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals

The symposium will contribute significantly to theoretical debates by the application of theoretical frameworks that effectively consider the double burden of disease and the position of Africa with reference to this burden. We see the main contributions of this symposium and its outcomes as a review of the dual burden of disease in Africa through the application several theoretical frameworks with implications for the Post-2015 Development Agenda.

Partners
National Science Foundation, Illinois Strategic International Partnership, UIUC International Programs and Studies,Hewlett International Conference Grant, UIUC Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, UIUC Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science, UIUC Department of Anthropology, UIUC College of Medicine, UIUC Department of Human and Community Development, UIUC Center for ...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
BeatRHD Zambia

This partnership is working to eliminate rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in Zambia. RHD is caused by streptococcal pharyngitis, commonly known as strep throat. Strep throat is easily treated with penicillin. But untreated, some patients will eventually form scars on valves of the heart. Over time, this can lead to heart failure and, ultimately, early death. In sub-Saharan Africa, recent studies show that a staggering 1-3% of school-age children have early signs of disease. “BeatRHD Zambia” is tackling RHD through a multi-faceted effort involving research, health system strengthening, public awar...[more]

Partners
University Teaching Hospital (Lusaka, Zambia), Zambia Ministry of Health, University of Zambia, Zambia Paediatric Association, Sandoz, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Sustainable Development Goals
Monitoring Progress of the Deployment of Science, Technology, and Innovation in Sustainable Development (SDG17)

FRAmericas proposes to:(i) develop baseline data for selected target indicator (see scope, below)(ii) construct a database to collect, verify and register activities undertaken by governmental and non-governmental organizations world-wide that respond to the selected target indicators(iii) create an open platform to which registered organizations can access and contribute their inputs to the monitoring process(iv) report periodically on tendencies, progress and perceived obstacles to the attainment of the targets selected

Partners
FRAmericas; GRS technologies
Action Network
United Nations Sustainable Development Summit
Sustainable Development Goals
Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development

The Alliance is a unique example in the Italian landscape and its aim is to increase the awareness of the Italian society, economic stakeholders and institutions about the importance of the Sustainable Development Agenda, and to mobilize them in order to pursue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), agreed by the United Nations.

Partners
The Alliance brings together more than 100 among the most important civil society institutions and networks, like: o Associations representing the social partners (business, trade union and third sector associations); o Networks of civil society associations pursuing specific Goals (health, well-being, education, employment, quality of environment, gender equality, etc.); o Associations of loca...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Sustainable Cities Programme (SCP) – Municipal Governance and Sustainable Development Goals

Rede Nossa Săo Paulo (Our Săo Paulo Network), a non-partisan network that brings together 700 civil society organizations in the city of Săo Paulo, launched in 2012 a pioneering initiative in Brazil, the Sustainable Cities Programme (SCP). The programme´s 12 theme axes aims to raise awareness, mobilize and provide tools so Brazilian cities can develop in a way that is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable, with the purpose of improving the living conditions of Brazilian municipalities aligned with the global changes. To achieve this goal, the programme provides public manager...[more]

Partners
Rede Nossa Săo Paulo (Our Săo Paulo Network), Rede Social Brasileira por Cidades Justas, Democráticas e Sustentáveis (Social Brazilian Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities) and Instituto Ethos (Ethos Institute)
Sustainable Development Goals
Promote and Protect Human Rights - Health, Education and Justice for All

A peaceful and safer universe can only be achieved when all are treated equally and provided with equal rights. It can only be achieved through proper protection and education of UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and by providing better education, health and employment to our youth. The name of the initiative is self explicit i.e. Promote and Protect Human Rights - Health, Education and Justice for All.

Partners
The Multipurpose Inter Parliamentary Union (TMIPU) along with other affiliated NGOs that are themselves partnered with the United Nations and its various agencies, for example, Energime University as a case in point, which is part of the UN Global Compact and the UN Academic Impact. Our TMIPU Ambassador to Switzerland is a member of the Diplomatic Council, with UN Consultative Status.
Sustainable Development Goals
Modernized reform mechanism for Police and law enforcement institutions to strengthen the relationship with societies

This initiative aims to develop a set of studies to develop a modernized reform mechanism for Police and law enforcement institutions, in order to strengthen the relationship with the society for sustainable development in countries like Egypt. By becoming more effective, accountable and transparent. In addition in building necessary capacity to prevent violence and combat terrorism and crime.The initiative will define the related literature review in management science; technology innovation; and sustainable development to develop a best practice approach for developing a modernized reform st...[more]

Partners
National System National Management Institute, Arab Republic of Egypt
Sustainable Development Goals
ECLUB Community Development

ECLUB Community Development is a network of leaders, experts, professionals, businesses and volunteers who are members of various communities and partnerships and want to take an active role to ensure the successful execution and implementation of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). The early stage of our campaign includes 50 initiatives to support the implementation of SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8. Our main target is the success of the implementation of the SDGs across communities in Indonesia.

Partners
MSK Community Development (Yayasan Mempelai dan Sahabat Kristus), PT Oseania Global, LEMSAKTI, Perkumpulan NIGIAT, Global Business Network Venture, Asia Capital Venture, Majelis Umat Kristen Indonesia, Entrepreneurship Schools, Funding Agencies, Corporate Social Responsibility Issuers & Associations, Culture Organization & Communities, Leadership Schools, Leader Clubs, Urban Farming Communities, B...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
SDGBI and SDGs Economy

On November 20th 2017, the SDGBI 2017 (Sustainable Development Goals Business Index) was officially published in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The SDGBI 2017 is developed and expanded content of the SDGBI 2016 which was first announced in 2016. 320 corporations in the Republic of Korea participated in the SDGBI 2017. The SDGBI was developed to provide enterprises with guidelines to maintain sustainable management and get closer to SDGs goals, through the consultation process with the UN Special Advisor of the Secretary-General on Post-2015 Development Planning. Sustainable management of each ent...[more]

Partners
Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Korea, KT, UNIQUEST, Hyundai Engineering, Korean Air, SK hynix, LG Electronics, The National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, Chosun Biz, UCC (Union Corporate Committee), The Joeun Bizsquare, The Segye Times
Sustainable Development Goals
Action Initiative for Youth and Women on SDGs

'Action Initiative for Youth and Women on SDGs' is designed to introduce the SDGs to young people who are to deal with emerging critical SDGs issues, and build exclusive social network to provide sustainable quality education and increase job opportunities. 'Action Initiative for Youth and Women on SDGs' aims to achieve gender equality and establish sustainable social structure by ensuring job security of women and facilitate more women to become high-level decision makers. For the past 2 years, 300 young people participated in our initiative, exercising positive impact on approximately 20,000...[more]

Partners
CJ, KT, LG Electronics, SK hynix, Korean Air, Hyundai Engineering, UNIQUEST, UCC (Union Corporate Committee), The National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, Korean Association for Supporting the SDGs for the UN (ASD)
Sustainable Development Goals
Helsinki Espana – University Network

For more information visit: cornerstones for poverty alleviation official website

Partners
Helsinki Espana – University Network
Action Network
Higher Education Sustainability Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)

The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI) promotes fuel efficiency in cars and light duty vans, through the adoption of the cost effective fuel efficiency technologies.GFEI has set a target of improving the average fuel economy (in litres/100km terms) for the global light duty vehicle fleet by at least 50% by 2050 (what we call ‘50by50’) and by 2030 for new vehicles. These fuel efficiency gains would save 33Gt of CO2 by 2050 and $2 trillion by 2025, money which could be used to support the transition to electric vehicles.

Partners
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) FIA Foundation International Transport Forum (ITF) International Energy Agency (IEA) International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) , University of California, Davis Supported by: Global Environmental Facility European Union
Action Network
Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All)
Sustainable Development Goals
The Rohingya Football Club

The program aims to enable the community of Rohingya refugees in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to achieve greater interaction with non-Rohingya communities and to generate a community focal point for Rohingya refugees.The program uses football/soccer as the tool – embodied in The Rohingya Football Club (RFC) – and centres on promoting and supporting the club and its activities. A second phase of the project will look specifically at increasing access and support for sports activities among Rohingya boys and girls.

Partners
* The Rohingya Football Club * The Kick Project (Registered as Live 2 Give)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deep Future Markets

Facilitation of environmental impact reduction and human evolution, help in the development of an universal platform for human life continuity and technological improvement of life through High technology and to raise awareness on high technologies

Partners
World Alliance of Peoples' Organizations
Action Network
Rio+20
Sustainable Development Goals
100 Million Trees by 2017

Environment Online - ENO is a global virtual school and network for sustainable development. Our voluntary network has spread to over 10 000 schools in 157 countries. Schools started to plant trees in 2004 and have planted 20 million by now. Our aim is to plant 100 million trees by 2017.

Partners
ENO Programme Association / ENO-verkkokoulun tuki , Finland, ENO Green Cities Network, ENO International Council, The City of Joensuu, Finland, Learning About Forests (LEAF), UNESCO Aspnet Schools, IEARN school network, Ministries of environment in UN countries
Action Network
Rio+20
Sustainable Development Goals
Promote and Protect Human Rights - Health, Education and Justice for All

A peaceful and safer universe can only be achieved when all are treated equally and provided with equal rights. It can only be achieved through proper protection and education of UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and by providing better education, health and employment to our youth. The name of the initiative is self explicit i.e. Promote and Protect Human Rights - Health, Education and Justice for All.

Partners
The Multipurpose Inter Parliamentary Union (TMIPU) along with other affiliated NGOs that are themselves partnered with the United Nations and its various agencies, for example, Energime University as a case in point, which is part of the UN Global Compact and the UN Academic Impact. Our TMIPU Ambassador to Switzerland is a member of the Diplomatic Council, with UN Consultative Status.
Sustainable Development Goals
VillageOffice

Our purpose is to bring work back to where people live. The past 200 years have been a story of separation in many areas, including work. We want to write a new chapter in society, the chapter about interconnectedness. For many jobs in the developed world, it is no longer necessary to commute to a “factory” to work, as it was prior to the introduction of information technology. In Switzerland alone, 2.4 million people (50% of the workforce) could work from anywhere. Yet, we see a massive stream of commuters every day, consuming lots of energy (both in terms of natural resources and personal en...[more]

Partners
Corporations, SME, coworking spaces, location promoters, local authorities on communal, state and national level
Sustainable Development Goals
Legal Guide to the Sustainable Development Goals

Advocates for International Development (A4ID) is writing a legal guide to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The intent is to develop a guide which will outline key linkages between the Goals and current legal frameworks and concepts in a broad global sense. This guide will be a foundation stone for efforts to align the law with achievement of the SDGs. The guide will highlight to policy makers within government and civil society as well as businesses and the legal community themselves the key role the law must play in achieving the SDGs.

Partners
Nine Legal Partners: Allen & Overy; Ashurst; Baker & McKenzie; Clifford Chance; DLA Piper; Kirkland & Ellis; Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe; Shearman & Sterling and White & Case. Other Partners: Oxfam; Lexis Nexis; Namati and the Commonwealth Secretariat as well as multiple international development organiations.
Sustainable Development Goals
School Social Mobilization on Malaria Elimination Program

The initiative seek to ensure healthy lives and promote well being for people of all ages especial mothers of reproductive age and under five children by mobilizing schools in malaria elimination. The program impact will reduce out of pocket health expenditure on malaria commodity, thereby reducing extreme poverty for all people especially the vulnerable rural population, promote access to health care services and universal health coverage and number of malaria associated illness and deaths and malaria epidemic in Nigeria and Africa region.

Partners
Ministries of Health and Education, Post Primary School Management Board, Malaria Consortium, & Roll Back Malaria
Sustainable Development Goals
School Mobilization on Lassa fever Prevention and WASH

The initiative seek to ensure healthy lives and safe drinking water use, sanitation management of people of all age, reduce global maternal mortality and preventable deaths of under five children. Mitigate water and sanitation related diseases, neglected tropical diseases and other communicable diseases such as Lassa fever.

Partners
UNICEF, Post Primary School Management Board - Ministry of Education Enugu State
Sustainable Development Goals
Maternal and Child Micronutrient Nutrition Program

The Initiative seek to promote and ensure healthy lives and well being of pregnant women, lactating mothers and under five children by distributing micronutrients such as Multivitamins, Vitamin A, and Albendazole (deworming tablet) in urban slums, among vulnerable groups and hard to reach rural population group and reduce the incidence of maternal and child malnutrition and preventable dietary diseases associated mortality in the Nigeria and African region.

Partners
Vitamin Angels, Ministries of Health - Abia, Enugu and Ebonyi States, UNICEF, Presbyterian Church of Nigeria
Sustainable Development Goals
Promoting the International Partnership for Expanding Waste Management Services of Local Authorities (IPLA)

The goal of IPLA is to increase the capacity of local authorities (LAs) for sustainable waste management towards a resource efficient and zero waste society, achieving livable and sustainable cities. Through IPLA:- The capacity of LAs and municipalities will be empowered by better access to tools, technologies, investment opportunities, and international financial mechanisms in the area of municipal waste management. - A dynamic interface between the local authorities and private sector will be built, thereby facilitating public-private partnerships and creating conducive investment climate fo...[more]

Partners
Global Coordinating Secretariat- UNCRD; Global Secretariat-tbc; Regional Secretariat for Africa, Asia and Latin America- UN-HABITAT; Sub-Regional Secretariat for South Asia- SACEP; Sub-Regional Secretariat for the Pacific SIDS- SPREP PROE; Sub-Regional Secretariat for Southern Latin America- Abrelpe ISWA; Sub-Regional Secretariat for Northern Latin America- UAESP; Sub-Regional Secretariat f...[more]
Action Network
Rio+20
Sustainable Development Goals
XEOLO4ALL

The goal is to spread the technology Xeolo, thanks to its special characteristics allows the use of Renewable Energy (Wind Mini On shore> 100 kW VAWT) in an efficient, safe, quiet, long-lasting and it is nice to see, safe against extreme winds (Test> 55 m / sec), built in Class I, requires no special maintenance and is 100% recyclable at end of life, thanks to its wing system is self protected, ie are intrinsically safe, its maximum speed is less than one revolution per second, and these characteristics can be spread anywhere near the point of use to an innovative system of distributed Energy.

Partners
Dealer Tecno Srl, Xeolo Group
Sustainable Development Goals
Target: 2030. Other World is possible

‘Objetivo: 2030’ is an educative project for children aged 12-18 to learn about the SDGs and make them famous in our community, that is our village, Monreal del Campo, in Jiloca area, province of Teruel in Aragón, Spain. In our Secondary School we try to teach with new methodologies, like Project-Based Learning, and our project this year is about the Global Goals. We have choosed nine goals (one for each month) and we make researches, exhibitions, workshops, talks and trips about them. Our aim is to improve school live and values and to spread the United Nations Global Goals.

Partners
IES Salvador Victoria ('Salvador Victoria' Secondary School) Parents Association of Salvador Victoria Secondary School 'Nuestra Seńora del Pilar' Primary School in Monreal del Campo Monreal del Campo Town Council Monreal del Campo Public Library and Culture House Jiloca Area Fundación Carlos Sanz With the authorization of the Department of Education, Culture and Sport of the Government ...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
SDGsACT

SDGsACT is an initiative of Hot Eye Global Company. Hot Eye Global Company is a non- conventional informal educational advancement company established in the year 2010 and registered officially with the Corporate Affairs Commission with the RC: 098098 on the 11th October, 2011. SDGsACT is a non-profit, non-government and non- political initiative that is focusing on rich and informative awareness of SDGs, executing major projects in line the SDGs and getting more proactive youths in the implementation of the SDGs in Africa. The realization of those goals depend more on the youths because they ...[more]

Partners
Hot Eye Global Company, the New Nation Builders of Leadership and Entrepreneurial Initiative, International Youth Council, World Merit, Baba Azim Foundation, World Merit Nigeria, Youth Inspire International, Aid for Rural Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Island Partnership (GLISPA)

Led by the Presidents of Palau and Seychelles, the Prime Minister of Grenada and the Premier of the British Virgin Islands, the Global Island Partnership promotes action to build resilient and sustainable island communities by inspiring leadership, catalyzing commitments and facilitating collaboration. It is a partnership for all islands, regardless of size or political status, to take greater action to conserve and sustainably utilize invaluable island natural resources that support people, culture and livelihoods around the world.

Partners
GLISPA Members: Palau, Seychelles, Grenada, British Virgin Islands, Association for Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTA), Conservation International, County of Hawai’i, Municipality of Cozumel, Global Environment Facility, GEF Small Grants Programme implemented by UNDP, Hawai’i Green Growth, Indian Ocean Commission, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Italy, Micronesia Conservatio...[more]
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
GIRLS! Project

Schools Without Borders mission is to empower girls in marginalized communities affected by trauma through educational support at various ecological levels (crime, poverty, health disparities). The GIRLS! Project promotes healing through educational support. The project utilizes a public health approach to reduce social determinants of health that often accompany trauma. New printed and Braille books that meet common core standards and writing workshops are provided to girls in urban and rural communities. The project is inclusive of hearing impaired, visually impaired, and girls orphaned b...[more]

Partners
Schools Without Borders, Inc. Association Guineenne des Femmes Chercheurs, Center for Community Advancement and Family Empowerment at the United Methodist University, Liberia
Action Network
United Nations Sustainable Development Summit
Sustainable Development Goals
Bio-toilets - Sustainable Solution to India’s Sanitation Challenge

Reduce open defecation and spread sustainable sanitation through bio-toilets

Partners
Banka BioLoo Pvt Ltd Defence Research and Development Organisation
Sustainable Development Goals
Technical Cooperation Package for Small Island Developing States

Singapore is committed to assisting Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in their capacity building efforts. As a small island state, Singapore understands the vulnerabilities and recognises the unique challenges faced by fellow SIDS. We have been sharing our development experience through the Singapore Cooperation Programme since its inception in 1992. Over the years, we have trained more than 8,800 SIDS government officials in diverse areas such as sustainable development and climate change, public governance and economic development. At the Third International Conference on SIDS in Samoa f...[more]

Partners
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
EU-ACP Enhancing the Pacific Cultural Industries: Fiji, Samoa and Solomon Islands

Cultural diversity is important to well-being and development in the Pacific. Cultural industries (goods and services) are an important part of this wealth but in order to thrive in a modern context and contribute to formal economic growth and sustainability, producers require active government and private sector support. The partnership will lead to enhanced Pacific cultural industries in Fiji, Samoa and Solomon Islands, specifically: 1) Structured cultural industries with government and development partner support; 2) Regulatory frameworks for the promotion of the cultural industries in plac...[more]

Partners
o Pacific Community (SPC) o Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat o European Union o ACP Secretariat o Fiji Department of Heritage and Arts o Fiji Arts Council o Fashion Council of Fiji o Samoa Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture o Samoa Arts Council o Solomon Islands Ministry of Culture and Tourism Solomon Islands Arts Alliance
Action Network
SIDS Partnership Framework
Sustainable Development Goals
A Food Safety, Nutrition & WASHQ campaign

The Focus on Development Africa Initiative with the support of its partners will implement A Food Safety, Nutrition & WASHQ (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene & Quality) campaign in rural communities in Abia State. The objective of the project is to promote healthy practices and build healthy behaviours amongst primary schools pupils and women in rural communities in order to improve school attendance and influence communities positively. Attention will be paid to maintaining the quality of potable water through ideal handling and storage. Unemployed Youth from the communities will be recruited and t...[more]

Partners
Focus on Development Africa Initiative, Dr Timothy McAuley: CHANGE (Consulting for Health, Air, Nature, & a Greener Environment) New York, Alpha and Godsons. Environmental Health Officers of Nigeria, Abia State Government dept of Sustainable Development.
Sustainable Development Goals
ReJews Recycling

Promoting recycling initiatives and driving global support, sustainability and social entrepreneurship programs thrive in an inclusive collaboration with ReJews.

Partners
Community secondary school obiofia, Harare Lemba Synagogue, Siyah Yisrael Bet Knesset, NextGen Africa Initiative, Great Zimbabwe Synagogue, Tetrad Tree Foundation
Sustainable Development Goals