Can new global goals transform the world’s poorest countries?

Can new global goals transform the world’s poorest countries?

Thomson Reuters Foundation
By Zoe Tabary

The world’s poorest countries should seize the opportunity offered by a new set of global goals to come up with a fresh approach to development, as a basis for real change, experts told a debate in London this week. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), agreed at the United Nations in September, comprise 17 goals and 169 targets aimed at resolving social, economic and environmental problems by 2030…

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