SDGs: Sustainable Development Goals


What are SDGs

September 25, 2015 September 25, adopted at the 70th General Assembly of the United Nations General Assembly, "1730 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Innovating Our World: 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" and 169 Targets "Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) "are action targets aiming at the prosperity of humans and the earth, not only in the country but also in companies, actions are required to set goals and act on each.

5P for SDGs


We endure poverty and hunger in all forms and aspects, ensuring that all human beings can demonstrate their potential potential under dignity and equality, and in a healthy environment To make a decision.


We are committed to sustainable consumption and production, sustainable management of natural resources and taking urgent action on climate change so that the earth can support current and future generation demand, I decide to protect from destruction.


We are determined to ensure that all humans can enjoy a rich and filled life and that economic, social and technological progress will occur in harmony with nature.


We are free from fear and violence and we decide to nurture a peaceful, fair and inclusive society. Without peace there would be no sustainable development and there would be no peace without sustainable development.


Based on the spirit of enhanced global solidarity, with special focus on the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable people, with the participation of all countries, all stakeholders and all people, reactivation I will decide to mobilize the means needed to implement this agenda through the "Global Partnership for Sustainable Development".

1. Eliminate poverty

In every place, put an end to all forms of poverty

Let's eliminate poverty
1.1By 2030, end extreme poverty, defined as people who live on less than $ 1.25 per day today, in every place.
1.2By 2030, halve the proportion of men, women and children of all ages in poverty of all dimensions according to country definitions.
1.3To implement adequate social protection systems and measures, including minimum standards in each country, and achieve adequate protection for the poor and vulnerable groups by 2030.
1.4By 2030 the equivalent rights to the economic resources of all men and women, including the poor and vulnerable groups, as well as basic services, ownership and land and other property, heritage property, natural resources, appropriate new Ensure management on financial services including surgery and microfinance.
1.5By 2030, we will build resilience for the poor and vulnerable people to reduce the risks and vulnerabilities to extreme weather phenomena related to climate change and other economic, social, environmental blows and disasters .
1.aIn order to implement appropriate and predictable measures for developing countries including the least developed countries in order to implement plans and policies for eradicating poverty in all dimensions, through various measures such as strengthening development cooperation Ensure mobilization of large resources from supply sources.
1.bEstablish a proper policy framework based on development strategies that take into account the poor and gender at each country, region, and international level and support investment expansion in action to eradicate poverty.


2. Zero hunger

To put an end to hunger, to secure food security and improve nutritional status, promote sustainable agriculture

Zero hunger
2.1By 2030, eradicate hunger and ensure that all people, especially the vulnerable groups including the poor and infants, get enough safety and nutritious food throughout the year.
2.2Eradicate all forms of malnutrition by 2030, including achievement of internationally agreed targets for developmental disorders and weakness of children under 5 years by 2025, by young girls, pregnant women / lactating women, and elderly We will deal with nutritional needs of people.
2.3By 2030, through women, indigenous peoples, small family management, etc. through the securing of equal access to land and other production resources, inputs, knowledge, financial services, markets, and added value and nonfarming employment opportunities Doubling the agricultural productivity and income of small scale food producers including farmers, pastors and fishermen.
2.4By 2030, by ensuring a sustainable food production system and practicing resilient agriculture leading to productivity and improvement of production, conservation of ecosystems, climate change and extreme weather phenomena, drought, floods and other Improve capacity to adapt to disasters and gradually improve land and soil quality.
2.5By gender diversity of seeds, cultivated plants, domestic animals / domestic animals, and their related wild species through seeds / plant banks properly managed and diversified at the domestic, regional and international level by 2020 Maintain access and benefit by utilizing genetic resources and traditional knowledge based on international agreement and promote fair and equitable sharing.
2.aEnhance agricultural production in developing countries, especially in least developed countries through rural infrastructure, agricultural research and diffusion services, technology development, and investment in plant and livestock gene banks through strengthening international cooperation.
2.bFollowing the resolution of the Doha Development Round, correct and prevent trade restrictions and distortions in world agricultural markets, such as all forms of agricultural export subsidies and the parallel abolition of all export measures with the same effect.
2. cTake measures to ensure proper functioning of agricultural commodity markets and derivatives markets and halt extreme fluctuation in food prices by facilitating timely access to market information such as food stockpiles.


3. Health and well-being for everyone

Secure a healthy life for all people of all ages and promote welfare

Health and welfare for everyone
3.1By 2030, reduce world maternal mortality to less than 70 per 100,000 people.
3.2All countries aim to reduce the neonatal mortality rate to at most 12 out of 1,000 births at least, reduce at least 5 mortality rate to less than 25 out of 1,000 births, and by 2030, when neonates and less than 5 years old Eradicate preventable mortality.
3.3We will eradicate epidemic diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and unincorporated tropical diseases by 2030, and cope with hepatitis, waterborne infections and other infectious diseases.
3.4By 2030, early death due to non-infectious disease (NCD) will be reduced by one-third through prevention and treatment, and mental health and welfare will be promoted.
3.5Strengthen prevention and treatment of substance abuse, including drug abuse and harmful ingestion of alcohol.
3.6By 2020, reduce the number of casualties caused by road traffic accidents in the world by half.
3.7Ensure that all people have access to sexual and reproductive healthcare by 2030, including family planning, information and education, and incorporation into reproductive health strategies and plans.
3.8Universal health coverage (UHC), including financial guarantee for all people, access to high quality basic health care services, and access to essential medicines and vaccines that are safe and effective, high quality and inexpensive ) Is achieved.
3.9By 2030, reduce the number of hazardous chemicals and deaths and diseases caused by air, water quality and soil contamination greatly.
3.aIn all countries, strengthen implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control as appropriate.
3.bWe support the research and development of vaccines and medicines for infectious and non-infectious diseases mainly affecting developing countries. It also provides access to inexpensive essential medicines and vaccines according to the Doha Declaration. The declaration is based on the rights of developing countries that fully exercise the provision on the flexibility of "TRIPS Agreement on Intellectual Property Trade-Related Aspects" involved in public health protection and access to medicines to all people It is a promise of.
3. cDrastically expand health care and recruitment, capacity development, training and consolidation of health workers in developing countries, particularly in least developed countries and small island developing countries.
3. dStrengthen the capacity for early warning, risk mitigation and risk management of national and global health risks of all countries, especially developing countries.


Four. Quality education for everyone

Provide inclusive, fair and quality education to all people and promote lifelong learning opportunities

Higher quality education to everyone
4.1Ensure that by 2030 all children will be able to complete free and equitable primary and secondary education with good and effective learning outcomes regardless of gender.
4.2By 2030, ensure that all children are ready to receive primary education by accessing the development, care, and preschool education of high quality early infants without distinction between males and females.
4.3By 2030, all people will be able to obtain equal access to high-quality technical education, vocational education, and higher education including university, regardless of gender.
4.4By 2030, we will greatly increase the proportion of young people and adults with skills necessary for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship, such as technical and vocational skills.
4.5By 2030, we will eliminate gender disparity in education and allow vulnerable groups to access equal access to all levels of education and vocational training, including disabled, indigenous peoples and vulnerable children.
4.6By 2030, the majority of all young people and adults (both men and women) will be able to acquire literacy and basic computing abilities.
4.7By 2030. It is important to understand sustainable development and sustainable lifestyle, human rights, gender equality, culture of peace and nonviolence, global citizens, and cultural diversity and understanding of the contribution of culture to sustainable development Through education, all learners will acquire knowledge and skills to promote sustainable development.
4.aConstruct and improve children's, disability, and gender-conscious educational institutions so that they can provide safe, nonviolent, inclusive and effective learning environment for all people.
4.bBy 2020, developed countries, especially in the least developed countries and small island developing countries, and African countries, such as vocational training, information and communication technology (ICT), technology / engineering / science programs, etc. We will significantly increase the number of higher education scholarships in other developing countries worldwide.
4. cBy 2030, we will greatly increase the number of qualified faculty through international cooperation such as teacher training in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing countries.


Five. Achieve gender equality

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

Let's realize gender equality
5.1Eliminate all forms of discrimination against all women and girls in every place.
5.2Eliminate all forms of violence in public and private space for all women and girls, such as trafficking in persons, sexuality, and other kinds of exploitation.
5.3Eliminate all harmful practices such as underage marriage, early marriage, compulsory marriage, and female genital mutilation.
5.4Recognize and evaluate unpaid childcare / nursing care and domestic labor through provision of public services, infrastructure and social security policies, and sharing responsibilities within households and families according to the situation of each country.
5.5Ensure full and effective women's participation and equal opportunities for leadership in all levels of decision-making in politics, economics and the public sector.
5.6Ensure universal access to sex and reproductive health and rights in accordance with the Action Plan of the International Population Development Council (ICPD) and Beijing Code of Conduct, and the outcome documents of these review meetings.
5.aUndertake reforms for women to provide equal rights to economic resources and access to ownership and land and other property, financial services, heritage property and natural resources, according to national law.
5.bTo promote women 's empowerment, strengthen utilization of realized technologies including ICT.
5.cPromote gender equality and introduce and strengthen proper policies and binding laws for empowerment at all levels of all women and girls.


6. Safe water and toilets around the world

Secure access and sustainable management for water and sanitation for all people

Secure water and toilet all over the world
6.1By 2030, achieve the universal and equal access of safe and cheap drinking water for all people.
6.2By 2030, achieve access to appropriate and equal sewage facilities and sanitation facilities for all people, eliminate excretion in the field. Pay particular attention to the needs of women and girls, and vulnerable people.
6.3By 2030, by drastically increasing the worldwide reduction of pollution, dumping harmful chemicals and substances and minimizing emissions, halving the proportion of untreated sewage, and recycling and safe reuse, Improve water quality.
6.4By 2030, we will greatly improve water use efficiency in all sectors, secure sustainable extraction and supply of freshwater, deal with water shortages, and significantly reduce the number of people suffering from water shortage.
6.5By 2030, implement integrated water resource management at all levels, including appropriate cross-border cooperation.
6.6Protect and restore ecosystems related to water such as mountains, forests, wetlands, rivers, aquifers, lakes and the like by 2020.
6.aInternational cooperation and capacity for water and sanitation activities and plans in developing countries such as water collection, desalination of seawater, efficient use of water, wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technology, etc. by 2030 · Expand building support.
6.bSupport and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving management in areas related to water and sanitation.


7. Energy for everyone and clean

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all people

Energy to everyone and clean
7.1By 2030, we ensure universal access to inexpensive and reliable contemporary energy services.
7.2By 2030, we will greatly increase the share of renewable energy in the world energy mix.
7.3Doubling the global energy efficiency improvement rate by 2030.
7.aBy 2030 we will strengthen international cooperation to promote access to clean energy research and technology such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, and advanced and less environmentally friendly fossil fuel technologies, with energy-related infrastructure and clean Promote investment in energy technology.
7.bIn order to supply contemporary and sustainable energy services to developing countries, especially the least developed countries, small island developing countries, and inland developing countries in line with each support program by 2030, Expanding infrastructure and improving technology.


8. Job satisfaction and economic growth

Promote sustainable, inclusive and sustainable economic growth for all, productive full employment and decent work (rewarding human work)

Worth both work and economic growth
8.1Sustain the per capita economic growth rate according to the situation of each country. In particular, least developed countries will maintain at least a 7% annual growth rate.
8.2By focusing on high-value-added sectors and labor-intensive sectors, we achieve a high level of economic productivity through diversification, technology improvement and innovation.
8.3Promote development-oriented policies that support production activities and appropriate job creation, entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation, and encourage the establishment and growth of small and medium enterprises through improving access to financial services.
8.4Gradually improve resource efficiency in global consumption and production by 2030 and try to divide economic growth and environmental deterioration according to the ten-year plan framework on sustainable consumption and production under the initiative of developed countries.
8.5By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work, as well as identical labor equivalent wages for all men and women, including young people and disabled.
8.6By 2020, we will greatly reduce the proportion of young people who are not engaged in work, school enrollment, or vocational training.
8.7To eradicate forced labor, to ensure modern slavery, to implement swift and effective measures to end human trafficking, and to prohibit / eradicate the most bad form of child labor. Eradicate all types of child labor including recruitment and use of boys' soldiers by 2025.
8.8Protect the rights of all workers, such as migrant workers, especially female migrant workers and unstable employment workers, and promote a safe and secure work environment.
8.9Plan and implement policies to promote sustainable tourism industry leading to employment creation and promotion of local culture and products by 2030.
8.10Strengthen the capacity of domestic financial institutions and promote the expansion of access to banking transactions, insurance, and financial services of all people.
8.aExpand assistance for trade to developing countries, especially least developed countries through expanded integration framework for least developed countries.
8.bDevelop and operate global strategies for youth employment and implementation of world agreements on work of the International Labor Organization (ILO) by 2020.


9. Create a foundation for industry and innovation

We will develop a strong infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization, and expand technological innovation

Make the foundation for industry and technological innovation
9.1We will develop infrastructure such as high quality, reliable sustainable and resilient region · transboundary infrastructure and support economic development and human welfare with emphasis on cheap access of all people.
9.2Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and significantly increase the proportion of industrial sector to employment and GDP according to the situation of each country by 2030. For least developed countries, the same proportion will be doubled.
9.3Expand access to financial services such as inexpensive financing and value chain and market integration of small manufacturing and other enterprises, especially in developing countries.
9.4Improve sustainability by improving resource utilization efficiency and improving infrastructure and industrial improvement through introduction of clean technologies and environmentally friendly technologies and industrial processes by 2030. Every country will make efforts according to each country's abilities.
9.5By promoting innovation by 2030, greatly increasing the number of R & D workers per million, and expanding public and private research and development expenditure, etc., in the industrial sectors of all countries including developing countries Promote scientific research and improve technical capacity.
9.aPromote sustainable and resilient infrastructure development in developing countries through strengthening financial, technology and technical assistance to African countries, least developed countries, inland developing countries and small island developing countries.
9.bWe will support domestic technology development, research and innovation in developing countries through ensuring policy environment that contributes to diversification of industries and creation of added value to products.
9.cWe will greatly improve access to information and communication technology in least developed countries and aim to provide universal and inexpensive Internet access by 2020.


Ten. Eliminate people and national inequality

Correct domestic and national disparities

Let's eliminate inequality among people and countries
10.1By 2030, gradually achieve and sustain numerical values ​​above the domestic average for the income growth rate of the lowest 40% income of each country.
10.2By 2030, regardless of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, or economic status or other circumstances, empowerment of all people, and social, economic, and political inclusions Facilitate.
10.3To eliminate discriminatory laws, policies, and practices, and to promote equal relevant opportunities and correct inequality of outcomes through promotion of relevant relevant regulations, policies and actions.
10.4We introduce policies including taxation, wages, social security policies and gradually achieve equal expansion.
10.5Improve regulation and monitoring of global financial markets and financial institutions and strengthen implementation of these regulations.
10.6We will realize a more effective and credible and accountable legitimate system by expanding the participation and voice of developing countries in the decision making of the global international economic and financial system.
10.7Promote orderly, safe, consistent and responsible movement and mobility through implementation of mobility policies of well-controlled people based on the plan.
10.aIn accordance with the agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO), we will implement the principle of special treatment with differences from developing countries, including least developed countries.
10.bIncludes Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Foreign Direct Investment (ODA) in accordance with country plans and programs for countries with the largest needs including Least Developed Countries, Africa Countries, Small Island Developing Countries and Inland Developing Countries Promote fund flow.
10.cReduce remittance costs by migrant workers to less than 3% by 2030 and eliminate remittance route with cost exceeding 5%.


11. Town development to continue living

To make inclusive, safe, tough and sustainable city and human settlement

Town development that can continue living
11.1By 2030, to ensure access to appropriate, safe and cheap housing and basic services for all people, improve slums.
11.2By 2030, by paying special attention to the needs of vulnerable people, women, children, disabled people, and the elderly, improving the traffic safety through expanding public transportation and so on, it is important to give safety to all people And provides access to a sustainable transport system that is inexpensive and easy to use.
11.3Promote inclusive and sustainable urbanization by 2030 and strengthen the capacity of participating, inclusive and sustainable human residence planning and management of all countries.
11.4Strengthen efforts to preserve and limit development of world heritage and natural heritage.
11.5By 2030, emphasis is placed on the protection of the poor and vulnerable people, greatly reducing the number of sufferers and deaths caused by disasters such as floods, and drastically reducing direct economic loss by the gross domestic product ratio .
11.6By 2030, we will reduce the environmental impact per capita in urban areas through special consideration for waste management by air quality, municipalities and others.
11.7Provide universal access to green spaces and public spaces that are safe, inclusive and easy to use for people, including women, children, the elderly and disabled, by 2030.
11.aThrough strengthening national and global development plans, it will support good links between urban areas, urban areas, and rural areas in terms of economy, society and the environment.
11. bBy 2020, the number of urban and human settlements that introduced and implemented comprehensive policies and plans aiming for inclusion, resource efficiency, mitigation and adaptation of climate change, resilience to disasters, and Sendai disaster reduction framework 2015- Based on 2030, comprehensive disaster risk management at all levels is formulated and implemented.
11. cWe will support the development of sustainable and resilient buildings using local materials in least developed countries through financial and technical assistance.


12. Creating responsibility

Secure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Responsibility responsible to make
12.1The 10 Year Framework Program (10 YFP) on sustainable consumption and production will be implemented, and all countries will take measures taking into consideration the development situation and capabilities of developing countries under the initiative of developed countries.
12.2To achieve sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources by 2030.
12.3Halve the worldwide per capita food waste at the retail / consumption level by 2030 and reduce food losses in the production and supply chain such as post harvest loss.
12.4By 2020, in accordance with the agreed international framework, by achieving environmentally-friendly management of chemical substances and all waste throughout the product lifecycle, by considerably reducing emissions to air, water and soil , To minimize adverse effects on human health and the environment.
12.5By 2030, reduce waste emissions significantly by preventing, reducing, recycling, and reusing (reusing).
12.6Promote sustainable practices and encourage regular reports to include sustainability information for companies such as large companies and multinational corporations.
12.7Promote sustainable public procurement practices according to domestic policies and priorities.
12.8By 2030, people of all places will have information and awareness about sustainable development and lifestyle in harmony with nature.
12.aWe will support developing countries to strengthen scientific and technical capacity to promote more sustainable production consumption forms.
12. bDevelop and introduce monitoring tools for monitoring the impact of sustainable development on job creation and sustainable tourism that leads to the promotion of local culture and products.
12.cRationalize inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage destructive consumption. This can be done by correcting the distortion of the market according to the situation of each country through reorganization of the taxation and clarification of the environmental impact by gradual abolition of such harmful subsidies if applicable. In doing so, consider the special needs and circumstances of developing countries, minimize the negative impact on development, and protect the poor and targeted communities.


13. Concrete measures for climate change

Take emergency measures to counter climate change and its impact

Concrete measures for climate change
13.1Strengthen resilience and adaptability to risks and natural disasters caused by climate change in all countries.
13.2Contain climate change measures in country-specific policies, strategies and plans.
13.3Improve education, enlightenment, human capacity and institutional function on mitigation, adaptation, mitigation and early warning of climate change.
13.aTo meet the needs of developing countries on important mitigation actions and transparency in implementation, committed by UNFCCC's advanced parties to jointly mobilize US $ 100 billion annually from every source by 2020, Drop capital as quickly as possible to make full start of the Green Climate Fund.
13. bPromote mechanisms for improving the capacity of effective planning and management related to climate change in least developed countries, including by prioritizing women, young people, and socially vulnerable communities.

* We recognize that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is a place of unilateral international and intergovernmental dialogue on negotiations on global response to climate change.


14. Let's protect the richness of the sea

Conserve ocean and marine resources towards sustainable development and use it in a sustainable manner

Let's protect the richness of the sea
14.1By 2025, prevent and reduce all types of marine pollution, including marine sediments and eutrophication by land activities.
14.2By 2020 sustainable management and protection through marine and coastal ecosystem resilience enhancement and recovery efforts, etc., will avoid significant adverse effects and realize a sound and productive ocean.
14.3We will address and minimize the impact of ocean acidification through promotion of scientific cooperation at all levels.
14.4By effectively restricting fishing by 2020, by eliminating overfishing, illegal / non-reporting / unregulated (IUU) fishery and destructive fishing practices and implementing management schedule based management plan , Restore fishery resources to the level of sustainable production defined by at least the biological characteristics of each resource in the shortest possible feasible period.
14.5We will preserve at least 10% of coastal and ocean areas based on the best available scientific information according to domestic law and international law by 2020.
14.6By 2020, adequate and effective, differing special treatment for developing countries and least developed countries is negotiated on WTO fishery subsidiesRecognizing that it should be an indivisible factor of the ban on fisheries subsidies leading to overproduction and overfishing, abolish subsidies leading to IUU and suppress the introduction of similar new subsidies.
14.7Increase the economic benefit of sustainable use of marine resources in small island developing countries and least developed countries through 2030, through sustainable management of fishery, aquaculture and tourism.
14.aTaking into consideration the standards and guidelines of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanography Committee on the transfer of marine technologies, we will promote scientific knowledge, develop research capabilities and transfer ocean technology to develop countries, especially small island developing countries and We aim to improve the health of the oceans in least developed countries and contribute to marine biodiversity in development.
14.bProvide access to fisheries and markets for small-scale and traditional fishermen.
14. cAs we will see in the future paragraph 158, by implementing international law as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) stipulating the legal framework for marine and marine resource conservation and sustainable use , Strengthen marine and marine resource conservation and sustainable use.


15. Let's protect the richness of land

Promote protection, restoration and sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystem, sustainable management of forest, coping with desertification, prevention and reversal of land degradation, and prevention of biodiversity loss

Let's preserve the richness of the land
15.1Conservation, recovery and sustainability of terrestrial ecosystems such as forests, wetlands, mountains and arid regions and inland freshwater ecosystems and their services, in accordance with the obligations under international agreement by 2020 Secure use.
15.2Promote the implementation of sustainable management of all kinds of forests by 2020, prevent forest destruction, recover degraded forests, and significantly increase afforestation and forest regeneration throughout the world.
15.3By 2030, we will deal with desertification, regenerate degraded land and soil such as land affected by desertification, drought and flood, and will work hard to achieve land degradation neutral world.
15.4Ensure the conservation of mountain ecosystems including biodiversity by 2030 and strengthen the capacity to bring indispensable benefits for sustainable development.
15.5To prevent degradation of natural habitats, to prevent the loss of biodiversity, to take urgent and important measures to protect endangered species and to prevent extinction by 2020.
15.6Pursue fair and equitable sharing of convenience by utilizing genetic resources and promote appropriate access to genetic resources according to international agreement.
15.7Take emergency measures to eradicate poaching and illegal trading of animal and plant species to be protected and deal with the demand and supply of illegal wildlife products.
15.8By 2020, it will prevent the invasive alien species from being transferred, thereby greatly reducing the impact on land and marine ecosystems. Measures We introduce measures to eliminate or eliminate priority species.
15.9By 2020, incorporate the value of ecosystems and biodiversity into national / regional planning, development process and poverty alleviation strategy, and accounting.
15.aMobilize and significantly increase the funds from all sources for conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystems.
15.bMobilize significant resources from all sources at every level to raise funds for sustainable forest management. We will also provide appropriate incentives to developing countries, and improve sustainable forest management such as conservation and forest regeneration.
15.cStrengthen global support for efforts to eradicate poaching and illegal trade in protected species by pursuing sustained livelihood opportunities through improving the capacity of local communities.


16. Peace and justice for everyone

Promote a peaceful and inclusive society toward sustainable development, provide access to judicial access to all people, and build effective, responsible and inclusive institutions at all levels

Peace and justice to everyone
16.1Significantly reduce all forms of violence and mortality associated with violence in all places.
16.2Eradicate child abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture.
16.3Promote the rule of law at national and international level and provide equal access to justice to all people.
16.4By 2030, we will greatly reduce illegal funds and weapons trading, strengthen the recovery and return of stolen assets, and eradicate all forms of organized crime.
16.5Drastically reduce all forms of corruption and bribery.
16.6At all levels develop effective, accountable and highly transparent public institutions.
16.7Ensure compliant, inclusive, participatory, and representative decisions at all levels.
16.8Expand and strengthen the participation of developing countries in global governance organizations.
16.9Provide legal identification including birth registration to all people by 2030.
16.10In accordance with domestic laws and international agreements, ensure public access to information and ensure basic freedom.
16.aEspecially in developing countries, strengthen related national organizations through international cooperation etc. for capacity building at all levels concerning prevention of violence and eradication of terrorism / crime.
16.bPromote and implement non-discriminatory laws and policies for sustainable development.


17. Achieve your goals with a partnership

Strengthen implementation measures for sustainable development and revitalize global partnership

Let's achieve goals with partnership
17.1Enhance the mobilization of domestic resources of developing countries through international assistance for improving taxation and collection capability.
17.2Developed countries fully implement ODA commitments, including providing 0.7% of ODA / GNI ratio to developing countries, of which many countries are committed to achieve, of which 0.15 to 0.20% are to least developed countries . We encourage ODA suppliers to consider setting a target of at least 0.20% ODA / GNI to Least Developed Countries.
17.3Mobilize additional sources of funding for developing countries from multiple sources of funds.
17.4Supporting the realization of sustainability of long-term debt of developing countries through collaborative policies aimed at raising funds by debt as necessary, relief of debt and promotion of debt restructuring, the heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC ) To deal with external debt to reduce debt risk.
17.5Introduce and implement an investment promotion framework for least developed countries.
17.6Strengthen North-South cooperation on science, technology and innovation, South-South cooperation and regional and international triangular cooperation and improve access to them. We will also promote knowledge sharing under terms mutually agreed through improvements in existing mechanisms including the UN level and global technical promotion mechanisms.
17.7Promote the development, transfer, dissemination and diffusion of environmentally conscious technologies to developing countries under advantageous conditions mutually agreed, such as concessional and preferential conditions.
17.8By 2017, fully utilize technology banks for the least developed countries, science, technology and innovation (STI) capacity building mechanism, strengthen utilization of realized technology including information and communication technology (ICT) .
Capacity Building
17.9To strengthen international support for the implementation of effective and disciplined capacity building in developing countries through South-South cooperation, South-South cooperation and triangular cooperation and to implement all sustainable development goals To support the national plan of.
17.10Promote a universal, rule-based, non-discriminatory, equitable multilateral trading system under the WTO, such as by completion of negotiations at the Doha Development Agenda.
17.11Drastically increase exports by developing countries, doubling the share of least developed countries in exports worldwide, especially by 2020.
17.12Following the WTO's decision, permanent tax free for all least developed countries, such as making preferential rule of origin for imports from least developed countries be transparent, simplified and contributing to market access · Implement non-frame market access on a timely basis.
Organizational aspects
Policy-institutional consistency
17.13Promote global macroeconomic stability through policy coordination and coherence of policies.
17.14Strengthen the consistency of policies for sustainable development.
17.15Respect the policy spaces and leadership of each country in establishing and implementing policies for eradicating poverty and sustainable development.
Multi stakeholders · partnership
17.16Promoting complementation by global partnership for sustainable development with multi-stakeholder partnership and thereby mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technology, and financial resources, sustainability of all countries, especially developing countries We support the achievement of development goals.
17.17Encourage and promote effective public, public and private, and civil society partnerships based on various partnership experiences and resource strategies.
Data, monitoring, accountability
17.18By 2020, we will strengthen capacity building support for developing countries, including least developed countries and small island developing countries, and will be able to support capacity building in income, sex, age, race, ethnicity, residence qualification, disability, As well as other characteristics related to each country's circumstances, to improve the availability of timely and reliable non-aggregated data.
17.19Measure the progress of sustainable development by 2030 Further advance existing efforts to develop measures other than GDP and support capacity building on statistics in developing countries.