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How to Avoid SDG Washing?

  • by: Hetal Sheth
  • On: 10, Feb 2020
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How to Avoid SDG Washing?

Are you a business with a vision to drive social impact through sustainable development goals? Did you hear that achieving the Global Goals opens up an economic prize of $12 trillion by 2030? Are you ...

SDG 11 Target and Indicators:  Scaling Community Development

SDG 11 Target and Indicators:  Scaling Community Development   The majority of urban residents breathing poor-quality air, having limited access to transport, and open public spaces. We realized that ...

SDG 3 Target and Indicators: Mobile Healthcare

How to scale social impact mission? There is a fallacy in the entire social sector that impact measurement is too expensive and is simply a necessary evil to satisfy funders. This fallacy couldn't be ...

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SDG Impact Indicators for 17 Sustainable Development Goals (Part 2)

Reports year after year tell us that we are far behind schedule on achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set forth by the UN some years ago. These SDG impact measurement efforts should be met...

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Ensuring Quality SDG Measurement for all 17 SDG Goals (Part 1)

Every single one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals represents an urgent need on a global scale. With those needs are opportunities for innovative solutions and along with each solution, a need f...

SDG Indicators for SDG 4: Quality Education Includes Health & Poverty

How can we achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ? We can bring them as close to the finish line as possible only by leveraging our target strategy. If we strategically align the targets an...

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Why SDG 17 is the Most Important UN SDG?

  If you check any list which ranks the most important Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), you won’t find SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals at the top, or even near the top, of any of them.

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Understanding SDG 11 Indicators for Sustainable Cities and Communities

By the year 2050, nearly 70% of the global population is expected to live in urban areas. That fact alone should be enough to explain the urgency of SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities and achi...


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