NTEMID
Motivation

SDG 17 – Partnership for the Goals

What is the Sustainable Development Goal 17?

How many of those are there?

What do they even do?

Are they like relationship goals or bae goals?

 

Photo credit: br.undp.org

 

You might want to read this….

 

Photo credit: amisom-un.org

 

Straight outta the UN

To the world

The 17 goals up for scoring, to transform our world

 

Photo credit: theculturetrip.com

 

Now, back to goal 17

You do realize that the 16 previous goals need human beings to see them through in the net, right?

So much to the point that these same human beings have to work together closely in groups, small circles, bigger circles

Provided they partner up on the job

 

Photo credit: economist.com

 

That’s where this goal comes in

With the sole reason of it’s existence being a reminder that we must revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

I mean, no country exists on it’s own entirely

However rich or developed they are

 

Photo credit: mynewsdesk.com

 

We need everyone to come together—governments, civil society, scientists, academia and the private sector— to achieve the sustainable development goals.

 

Photo credit: commons.wikimedia.com

 

Quoting the UN,

 

“We are all in this together. The Agenda, with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals, is universal and calls for action by all countries, both developed countries and developing countries, to ensure no one is left behind”.

 

Photo credit: zimbabwetourism.net

 

As partners, we need to mobilize both existing and additional resources—technology development, financial resources, capacity building— and developed countries will need to fulfill their official development assistance commitments.

 

Photo credit: kawowo.com

 

To ensure that the resources needed to score goal 17 are effectively mobilized and monitored, respective countries will be primarily responsible.

Reviews of progress will need to be undertaken regularly in each country, involving civil society, business and representatives of various interest groups.

 

Photo credit: medium.com

 

At individual-level, here’s what you can do to help…

  1. Join/create a group in your local community that seeks to mobilize action on the implementation of the SDGs.
  2. Encourage your governments to partner with businesses for the implementation of the SDGs.
  3. Register your initiatives on the SDGs Partnerships Platform to inform, educate, network, and be inspired by other numerous people who share similar sentiments as you do!

 

Let’s do this!

Related posts

Women’s lives – Scott Mackenzie.

ntemid
3 months ago

No one is coming to help you…get on your feet now!

ntemid
1 year ago

Update That Website dear, Please!

ntemid
2 years ago
Exit mobile version