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SDGs Monitor (Jan - Mar, 2018)

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In this maiden issue of SDGs Monitor, we assess Nigeria's readiness and preparation for implementing the SDGs in general. In particular, we explore the status of seven selected SDGs whose implementation we intend to follow closely in the first four issues of SDGs Monitor. The selected SDGs are:
  • No Poverty (SDG#1)
  • Quality Education (SDG#4)
  • Gender Equality (SDG#5)
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG#8)
  • Reduced Inequality (SDG#10)
  • Climate Action (SDG #13)
  • Peace, Justice and Strong Institution (SDG#16)


We also showcase our very first star interview, a feature that will constitute a prominent and regular slice of the SDGs Monitor Magazine. The trailblazer presented is Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, former Deputy-Governor of the great Lagos State during the administration of Babatunde Fashola, who is currently the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Team SDGs Monitor will research and produce an engaging quarterly publication that zealously investigates and displays what the government is doing to implement the SDGs in Nigeria. We will be beaming our light on Federal and State governments, and to reach into some of the often unseen corners, but always in a responsible and objective manner. We hope that you will find so much to enjoy and to inform you in every issue.

Thank you for your anticipated support and you can click here to download a copy of the magazine or here to visit the publications page.

 

SDGs Monitor Magazine Online Version
Ebere Onwudiwe
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