Mapping the spatial relationship of schools to secondary school-aged youth in Paraguay points to students in rural communities as the most distanced from schools Although
Paraguay and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
SDGs place Paraguay within a global community on a shared path toward the 2030 Agenda. Clearly defined objectives with data can lead to dramatic improvements in the health and well-being of all Paraguayans.
This project will not only inform domestic policy but will place Paraguay within a global community on a shared path toward the 2030 Agenda. Indicators provide Paraguay a common language from which to learn from other countries and share best practices. Clearly defined objectives with data can lead to dramatic improvements in the health and well being of all Paraguayans.
Launch of Paraguay's first Sustainable Development Report
SDG Index Score (0-100) in the Departments of Paraguay
The report presents an international SDG assessment that compares Paraguay’s performance to its regional peers in Latin America, but also presents a subnational SDG index and Dashboards for the country’s 17 departments and capital district.
Presentation of the Sustainable Development Report for Paraguay 2021, which contains an analysis of the progress of the country’s SDGs, at the national and departmental level.
The SDGs provide a universal metric to be able to deeply understand the progress a country is making towards a sustainable future and the ability to compare that progress with other countries. Once a baseline is set and targets are created, all stakeholders can begin to move in the same direction.
<< This visual performance metric was created by the SDSN for the annual 2019 World Sustainable Development Report which covers all 193 member states of the UN.
Student Blog Posts on the SDGs in Paraguay
Remote sensing techniques can be a useful tool to inexpensively detect water quality for nations pursuing SDG Goal 6. Among the United Nations SDGs is
Poor air quality in Paraguay is heavily localized with the majority of the affected populations living in only a few neighborhoods. A key goal of
Spatial data is used to identify priority locations for care centers that can help Paraguay achieve progress on SDG 3.1, maternal mortality in addition to