Drawing on country studies from seven low-, middle- and high-income countries (Bangladesh, Canada, Peru, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Turkey), Implementing Agenda 2030: Unpacking the Data Revolution at Country Level, identifies opportunities and challenges for effectively applying and measuring a universal, country-relevant Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) framework.
Specifically, the report:
- Unpacks how Agenda 2030 and the SDGs can be effectively and universally applied and measured across countries with different sustainable development challenges and priorities;
- Examines the availability and quality of data at the country level for measuring and driving progress on the SDGs; and
- Identifies implications for realising the data revolution for sustainable development.