In September 2015, the world will see a historic declaration when citizens of the world will formally adopt the new development agenda, ‘Sustainable development Goals’ which will improve the lives of people everywhere. These goals serve as a charter for governments of nations to build a more sustainable and equitable world.
Learnings from the experience of the Millennium Development Goals, has made the signatory member countries more aware of how they would draft the roadmap to achieve these 17 ambitious goals. And one of the most prominent overarching issue identified, has been finding the adequate resources to achieve these goals, targets and indicators. This has been echoed by most of the developing countries.