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Source: Sustainable Development Goals Indicators | United Nations Statistics Division

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Reference AreaTime PeriodUnit of measurementNatureValue
World (SDG-MDG)2012NumberNot Available17.0
Australia and New Zealand (SDG)2012NumberNot Available0.0
Central Asia and Southern Asia (SDG)2012NumberNot Available0.0
Eastern Asia and South-eastern Asia (SDG)2012NumberNot Available0.0
Latin America and the Caribbean (SDG-MDG)2012NumberNot Available5.0
Northern America and Europe (SDG)2012NumberNot Available0.0
Oceania, exc. Australia and New Zealand (SDG-MDG)2012NumberNot Available2.0
Sub-Saharan Africa (SDG)2012NumberNot Available8.0
Western Asia and Northern Africa (SDG)2012NumberNot Available0.0
Afghanistan2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Albania2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Algeria2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Andorra2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Angola2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Antigua and Barbuda2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Argentina2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Armenia2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Australia2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Austria2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Azerbaijan2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bahamas2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bahrain2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bangladesh2012Not applicableNot Available1.0
Barbados2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Belarus2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Belgium2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Belize2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Benin2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bhutan2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bosnia and Herzegovina2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Botswana2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Brazil2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Brunei Darussalam2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Bulgaria2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Burkina Faso2012Not applicableNot Available1.0
Burundi2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Côte d'Ivoire2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Cabo Verde2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Cambodia2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Cameroon2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Canada2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Central African Republic2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Chad2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Chile2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
China2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Colombia2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Comoros2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Congo2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Costa Rica2012Not applicableNot Available0.0
Source

Sustainable Development Goals Indicators

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

On 1 January 2016, the world officially began implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development—the transformative plan of action based on 17 Sustainable Development Goals—to address urgent global challenges over the next 15 years.

The Sustainable Development Goals Database in UNdata presents data for the global SDG indicators that were compiled through the UN System in preparation for the Secretary-Generals annual report on “Progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals”.

The data series respond to the revised global indicator framework that was agreed by the Statistical commission at its forty-eighth session in March 2017. The database contains SDG indicator series and additional indicator series. The list of SDG indicators is subject to refinement by the United Nations Statistical Commission.

Please send your feedback and suggestions for improvements to statistics@un.org.
Last update in UNdata: October 2017
Next update in UNdata: July 2018