Zim Unlikely To Meet New UN Poverty Goals

Zim Unlikely To Meet New UN Poverty Goals

By on Dec 7, 2016 in Sustainable Development Goals |


Zimbabwe is least likely to achieve the set of global goals aimed at ending poverty.

World leaders agreed last year that by 2030, nobody on the planet should be living on less than $1,25 per day, the United Nations (UN)’s threshold poverty figure, but chronic underfunding is holding back progress, a government position paper has revealed.

The proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), agreed to by the UN’s 193 member countries last year, is a set of 15-year objectives that range from ending hunger and poverty, promoting education, fighting inequality and conquering climate change… https://www.dailynews.co.zw/articles/2016/12/06/zim-unlikely-to-meet-new-un-poverty-goals




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