Coordination for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were born at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro 2012 and adopted in 2015 seeks to transform and make the world a better place to live. The objective was to produce a set of universal goals that met the urgent environmental, political and socio-economic challenges facing the world.
As part of this transformation, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development goals calls for a systematic follow-up and review of implementation of the goals.This makes provision for the strengthening of global partnership to support and achieve the ambitious targets of the 2030 Agenda, bringing together national governments, the international community, civil societies, the private sector and other non-state actors, to foster the implementation, and monitoring progress in achieving the SDGs.
|>> Sierra Leone's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Harmonised Results Framework [Updated - January 2021]|
|>> Statistical Capacity Assessment for the FAO-relevant SDG Indicator 2018/19|
Progress in implementing and achieving the SDGs can only be done when there is relevant and credible data available to tell the current status and plan for achieving the set targets.The SDG section within the National Statistical System Division (NSSD) strengthens the coordination of data production and collects data for monitoring progress.
The National Result Framework as an M&E tool, highlights the Sierra Leone specific SDG indicators, baseline data to show our current position, source of baseline data and targets set at country level to achieve the 2030 agenda. This result framework is up-dated regularly by the SDG unit within the NSSD with data from the conduct of stats SL periodic household surveys and from administrative data sources validated by the Stats SL team.