Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Kazakhstan data for Sustainable Development Goal indicators

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No poverty - Goal 1
Zero hunger - Goal 2
Good health and well-being - Goal 3
Quality education - Goal 4
Gender equality - Goal 5
Clean water and sanitation - Goal 6
Affordable and clean energy - Goal 7
Decent jobs and economic growth - Goal 8
Industry, innovation and infrastructure - Goal 9
Reduced inequalities - Goal 10
Sustainable cities & communities - Goal 11
Responsible consumption and production - Goal 12
Climate action - Goal 13
Life below water - Goal 14
Life on land - Goal 15
Peace and justice - strong institutions - Goal 16
Partnerships for the goals - Goal 17
The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are globally accepted goals that aim to end poverty and poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity for all people. Until 2030, 17 key areas were selected, the implementation of which could potentially lead the country to sustainable development of all major spheres of life and the solution of global problems affecting every person in this world.

The process of implementation and achievement of the SDGs is constantly monitored by both the UN representatives and the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. To effectively achieve the SDGs, the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IEG - SDGs) developed a system of global indicators, with the ability for each UN member state to nationalize these indicators. To date, Kazakhstan's monitoring system for achieving the SDGs includes 280 indicators, of which 205 are global and 75 are national indicators.