Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
With the aim of taking forward the success of Millennium Development Goals, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, in its 70th Session held on 25th September 2015, adopted the framework titled "Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development". This agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. It recognizes that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.
The agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development is a plan of action focusing on following 5 Ps: 1. People 2.Planet 3.Prosperity 4.Peace 5.Partnership. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental. The 17 SDGs and associated 169 targets came into force with effect from 01st January, 2016.
SDGs are universal (for all nations - developed, developing and least developed), interconnected and indivisible and hence necessitate comprehensive and participatory approaches in bringing everybody together so that “No one left Behind”.
At National level NITI Aayog is working closely with Central Ministries, States and Union Territories and International Development Organizations such as the UN system, think tanks and the civil society organization in driving the adoption, implementation and monitoring of SDGs. MoSPI has designed the National Indicator Framework (NIF) for monitoring and implementation of SDGs. As an apex coordinating agency NITI Aayog has been taken lead in
● Mapping of the Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS), related intervention to the SDGs and targets and identification of lead and supporting ministries for each target;
Government of Rajasthan is fully committed for the holistic development of the state. In its endeavor to “Leaving No One Behind”, Government of Rajasthan has taken significant initiatives aimed at realizing the SDG Agenda 2030. These include meticulous implementation and mapping of schemes aligned with SDG targets, aligning of schematic allocation with SDGs, strengthening capacity building and advocacy efforts. In terms of area, Rajasthan is largest state in the country, so this has a significant role in effective implementation and achieving the SDGs. Some Initiatives taken by Rajasthan are as follows:
Institutional Set up
· State Indicator framework (SIF) : As a tool of Monitoring Framework State Indicator framework (SIF) has been developed and approved by State Level SDGs Implementation and Monitoring committee. It has been shared with concerned departments and also available on DES website and SDG Portal.
· For support district level SDGs Implementation and Monitoring committee to monitoring SDGs Progress at grassroots level, Center for SDGs Implementation developed District Indicator Framework (DIF). It has been also shared with Districts.
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