The 2030 Agenda has set ambitious and cross-cutting goals for sustainable development (SDGs) that provide a strategic framework for the coordination of national and global development efforts towards a sustainable future. Regular measurement of progress, combined with open and transparent access to data and statistics, will be vital to keeping governments on track to meet their SDG targets.
Given the breadth and complexity of the SDGs, many different types of data will be required with varying levels of coverage and disaggregation, based on an ever-growing data quantity, quality and diversity. This has led to an increased demand from partner side for capacities in order to meet the SDB monitoring challenge.
The GIZ Data Navigator provides structured information and further resources to meet this demand.
The process landscape shows the processes that are necessary to develop a robust data ecosystem for monitoring the 2030 Agenda.
Information pool: GIZ tasks, practical hints…
Checklists to assess a country’s situation.