Our Work on the Sustainable Development Goals in Moldova
How the UN is supporting The Sustainable Development Goals in Moldova
The United Nations (UN) in the Republic of Moldova and the Government signed the Partnership Framework for Sustainable Development 2018-2022 that focuses on (i) Democracy, good governance, human rights and gender equality; (ii) Sustainable, inclusive and equitable economic growth; (iii) Environmental sustainability and resilience; and (iv) Inclusive and equitable social development. In 2017, the United Nations in Moldova, in partnership with the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC), also supported the Government to evaluate the Moldova National Development Strategy 2020 and develop a new blueprint for “Moldova 2030”, which was fully aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals and the EU Association Agreement.
The Sustainable Development Goals in Moldova
The UN in Moldova remains a key partner in supporting Moldova’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) nationalization and implementation process. The Government has committed to achieving the SDGs, and with the support of the UN, the Moldovan State Chancellery conducted extended external consultations regarding the 2030 Agenda and its application to the local context. The SDGs nationalization report “Adapting the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development to the context of the Republic of Moldova” was presented to the Coordination Council for Sustainable Development and endorsed by its members on 4 July 2017.