SDG: Submit good practices

Source(s): United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
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Investing in disaster risk reduction helps achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is an integral part of social and economic development, and is essential if development is to be sustainable for the future.

In the five years since the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) were adopted in 2015, many governments, UN entities, international and regional organizations and stakeholders have gained in-depth knowledge and expertise and taken innovative steps towards implementing this ambitious global framework.

Many inspiring breakthroughs and success stories are showing results and impacts all over the world, and several good practices can be replicated and scaled up to address existing gaps and constraints. Bringing this global expertise to scale will be critical to support recovery efforts from the COVID-19 pandemic and to accelerate progress towards the Decade of Action to deliver the SDGs.

NOW OPEN! Second Open Call for SDG Good Practices, Success Stories and Lessons Learned in the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda 

A second open call for SDG good practices, success stories and lessons learned in the implementation of 2030 Agenda is now open from 2 December 2020 to 28 February 2021. The purpose of this call is to highlight examples of good practices, including those that could be replicated or scaled-up by others across the globe.

Click the "SECOND OPEN CALL" tab above fore more information. 

Click here to access the online portal for submission. The full application form could be viewed here

Having questions? Check the FAQ for more information. 

First Open Call for SDG Good Practices (2018 – 2019) 

The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) launched a call for submissions of good practices, success stories and lessons learned by all stakeholders in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs and the results are made available in an online database of more than 500 good practices. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognizes and reaffirms the urgent need to reduce the risk of disasters.

Read more about the SDG Good Practices and the First Open call here

The outcomes of the first round of SDG Good Practices open call are available here.  

Summary of outcomes of the first open call (PDF)

You can also check the distribution of SDG Good Practices around the globe in this data visualization dashboard.

A digital publication "SDG Good Practices-A compilation of success stories and lessons learned in SDG implementation (First Edition)" is now available. 

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