Progress for every child in the SDG Era

Editors Anna Grojec, Erin Tettensor, Catherine Rutgers et al.
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), March 2018

104 pp. 20.8 MB
https://data.unicef.org/wp-
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Early assessment of progress toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goals confirms an alarming lack of data in 64 countries, as well as insufficient progress toward the SDGs for another 37 countries where the data can be tracked. The UNICEF report is the first thematic report assessing performance toward achieving the SDG global targets that concern children and young people. The report warns that 520 million children live in countries which completely lack data on at least two-thirds of child-related SDG indicators, or lack sufficient data to assess their progress – rendering those children effectively “uncounted.”

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