The world leaders adopted sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)during united nations summit in September 2015 ,193 nations got a new set of indicators to shape and measure development for the next 15 years .The summit has put forward 17 major goals and 169 associated targets aiming at global developmental initiative for sustainable development that are to be achieved by 2030 with mutual understanding and cooperation of the countries across the globe . The summit has proposed a through plan of action for implementation by taking in to account all the aspects of development.which are needed for better earth through sustainable development strategies .Transforming our world the 230 agenda for sustainable Development is a plan of action for people ,planet and prosperity . It also seeks strengthen universal peace and larger freedom.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the summit ,UN secretary general Ban Ki moon said ” it is an agenda for shared prosperity, peace and partnership (that) conveys the urgency of climatic action (and) is rooted in gender equality and respect for the right of all “. There is no doubt that SDGs paint an optimistic vision of the world post 2015.In these circumstances a through reading of the report will be helpful to all readers who are interested in the areas of sustainable development .A detailed illustration of the 17 goals and 169 associated targets of the report are made available in the following session.
GOAL -1 End poverty in all its forms everywhere
The first goal says ,by 2030,eradicate extreme poverty all people everywhere currently measured as people living on less than $ 1.25,reduce at least by half the proportion of men ,women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definition by 2030. , have equal rights to economic resources ,as well as access to basic service ,ownership and control over land and other forms of property ,inheritance ,natural resources ,appropriate new technology and financial services,including micro finance by 2030 ,build the resilience of the poor and those in vulnerable situations and and reduce their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related extreme events and other economic ,social and environmental shocks and disasters by 2030.
Create sound policy frameworks at the national ,regional and international levels, based on pro poor and gender sensitive development strategies ,to support accelerated investment in poverty eradication actions.