UN ESTABLISHES A NEW SET OF GLOBAL GOALS

During the United Nations (UN) Summit in New York City in September, the UN reviewed and released a set of “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) to guide its efforts across the globe through 2030.

The SDGs were created to replace “the Millennium Development Goals” (MDGs) that expire this year and were established in 2001. The MDGs consisted of a more limited eight goals, tackling similar themes such as eradicating extreme poverty, achieving universal primary education and reducing child mortality.

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