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Sustainable Development Goals E-InventorySustainable Development Goals E-Inventory

Crowdsourcing proposals for post-2015 to feed into the intergovernmental process on SDGs
 
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    Report on the sustainable development goals -- Central Africa SubregionPromote peace, security and sociopolitical stability Promote good governance and accountabilityDevelop physical, economic and social infrastructures to improve livelihoods Combating poverty and promoting food sovereigntyPromote green growth and creation of decent jobs Improve access to health care for all Ensure secondary education and professional training for all Ensure environmental protection and promotion of resilience to climate change Promote social inclusion, gender equality and women’s empowerment
Author/organisation/coalition:
African Union/African Development Bank/ECOSOC
Website:
http://www.uneca.org/arcm-sdg2013
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
Business and Industry,Governments,Intergovernmental Organisation
Email:
yossathaddee@yahoo.fr
Location of author:
AFRICA
Date of publication:
02/11/2013
Proposal : Report on the sustainable development goals -- Central Africa Subregion

Summary :  In order to have a well-documented, analytical report on the sustainable development goals in the Central Africa subregion, the following specific goals were set to: (a) identify and analyse priority sustainable development issues in the subregion; (b) identify, analyse and classify Central Africa’s key sustainable development areas and priority issues for the formulation of sustainable development goals, taking into account the capacities of the subregion and the availability of data; (c) propose a concise set of sustainable development goals as well as targets and indicators for the subregion; and (d) make recommendations on the operational use and implementation of the sustainable development goals proposed for the subregion.

sdg2013-draft-sdgs-report-central-africa-en.pdf  
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Goal : Promote peace, security and sociopolitical stability

Targets and Indicators:  Target1: Increase the credibility of electoral processes and mechanisms
Target 2: Ensure autonomy of institutions for checks and balances
Target 3: Increase the powers of subregional conflict prevention and peacekeeping bodies, as the subregional peacekeeping force
Target 4: Strengthen the capacity to combat cross-border crime; ensure maritime safety and security in the Gulf of Guinea

Indicators:
1. Percentage of peaceful handover of political power
2.Degree of the autonomy of constitutional checks and balances
3.Number of media offenses punished, articles censored and media houses shut down
4.Number of members of the civil society arraigned for crimes of opinion
5.Frequency of constitutional amendments
6.Frequency of intra and inter-State conflicts
7.Early warning system on insecurity in the
subregion
8.Response capacity of regional forces

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Goal :  Promote good governance and accountability

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: Boost credibility of national and regional systems for the prevention and punishment of corruption, fraud, embezzlement, conflicts of interest and insider trading
Target 2: Strengthen institutional, human and material capacities to fight against corruption, fraud, embezzlement, conflicts of interest and insider trading
Target 3: Improve local development management
Target 4: Improve economic governance

Indicators:
1. Corruption Index (National Democratic Institute
2. Governance Index (Mo Ibrahim)
3. Competitiveness Index
4. "Doing Business" indicators
5. Number of days taken to complete funds disbursement procedure

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Goal : Develop physical, economic and social infrastructures to improve livelihoods

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: Develop road, rail, port and power infrastructures and inter-State connections to increase subregional trade
Target 2: Significantly reduce percentage of population that has no access to quality power
Target 3: Improve efficiency of road, rail, air and sea connections
Target 4: Improve water management and governance to meet potable water supply requirements for various uses
Target 5: Increase investment in the water sector to increase rate of access to the resource

Indicators:
1. Completion rate of the trans-African highway
2. Frequency of supranational and national traffic
3. Time needed to travel 100 km in a city
4. Percentage of population with no access to
drinking water
5. Percentage of population with no access to quality power
6. Percentage of urban population with access to appropriate sanitation
7. Percentage of households with access to security of tenure (as owners or tenants)

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Goal :  Combating poverty and promoting food sovereignty

Targets and Indicators:  Target 6. Reduce by at least one half, from 2015 to 2035, percentage of people whose income is less than $1 per day
Target 7. Reduce by more than 90 per cent, from 2015 to 2035, percentage of people without access to a balanced diet
Target 8. Reduce by at least one half, from 2015 to 2035, percentage of imports of staple foods consumed by the population

Indicators:
1. Percentage of population living on less than $1 per day in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP)
2. Poverty Gap Index
3. Share of poorest quintile in national consumption
4. Prevalence of underweight under -five children
5. Percentage of population below the minimum level of dietary energy consumption
6. Share of imports in staple foods consumed by the population

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Goal : Promote green growth and creation of decent jobs

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: Multiply the 2008-2012 private investment growth rate from 2015 to 2035 by two or more
Target 2: Increase percentage of decent jobs from 2015 to 2040
Target 3: Provide more green jobs to diversify jobs available by 2040
Target 4: By 2035, reduce by at least one half, the unemployment and underemployment rate of young university graduates
Target 5: Strengthen social security civil protection systems

Indicators:
1. Level of net discounted savings
2. Unemployment rate of young university graduates
3. Underemployment rate of university graduates
4. Growth rate of GDP per person employed
5. Employment/population ratio
6. Percentage of employed people living below $1 - PPP per day
7. Percentage of self-employed and family workers
in total employment
8. Percentage of forest areas
9. Energy use (kg of oil equivalent) per $1 of GDP (PPP)
10. Carbon dioxide emissions (per capita) and consumption of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) depleting the ozone layer (tons of ozone- depletion potential)
11. Percentage of population using solid fuels
12. Sectors' contribution to growth
13. GDP growth rate
14. Social security coverage
15. Number of casualties following a disaster
16. Evaluation of material losses following a disaster

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Goal :  Improve access to health care for all

Targets and Indicators: Target 1: By 2035, divide malaria mortality rate by at least 4
Target 2: By 2035, divide prevalence of HIV/AIDS by at least 4
Target 3: By 2035, ensure access to HIV/AIDS treatment for all those in need
Target 4: Reduce under-five child mortality rate by two thirds from 2015 to 2035
Target 5: Reduce maternal mortality rate by three quarters from 2015 to 2035
Target 6: By 2035, should have halted other major diseases and begun to reverse the current trend

Indicators:
1. Percentage of population located over 15 minutes away from a health centre
2. Ratio of medical laboratory analyses to population
3. Ratio of doctors to rural population
4. Mortality rates associated with malaria
5. Rate of prevalence of HIV/AIDS
6. Maternal mortality rate
7. Percentage of births attended by skilled health
personnel
8. Contraceptive prevalence rate
9. Birth rate among adolescent mothers
10. Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit and at
least four visits)
11. Unmet need for family planning
12. Prevalence of HIV among population aged 15 to 24 years
13. Frequency of condom use at last high-risk sex
14. Ratio of school attendance rate of orphans to school attendance rate of non-orphans 10-14 years of age
15. Percentage of HIV-affected persons who have access to antiretroviral drugs
16. Malaria incidence and rate of mortality due to
this disease
17. Percentage of under-five children sleeping under insecticide-treated bed nets
18. Percentage of under-five children with fever who received the appropriate antimalarial drugs
19. Incidence and prevalence of tuberculosis and mortality rate due to this disease
20. Percentage of tuberculosis cases detected and treated under directly observed treatment short course (DOTS)

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Goal :  Ensure secondary education and professional training for all

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: By 2035, provide all boys and girls with the means to complete a full course of secondary education
Target 2: Establish life-long training
Target 3: Achieve a critical mass of specialized skilled technicians and workers in high-tech sectors

Indicators:

1. Net secondary school enrolment rate
2. Net primary school enrolment rate
3. Percentage of students starting the first year of secondary school and who completed the final year (Upper 6th)
4. Literacy rate of women and men, 15-24 years old
5. Percentage of pupils who started first year primary and who completed primary school
6. Percentage of organizations with a vocational training plan
7. Number of skilled technicians in the high-tech sectors


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Goal :  Ensure environmental protection and promotion of resilience to climate change

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: Protect biodiversity from anthropogenic activities and by 2035, eliminate losses due to human activity
Target 2: Improve effectiveness of the framework for sustainable management of natural resources
Target 3: Ensure implementation of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets on protection of biodiversity and extend them beyond 2020
Target 4: Increase resilience to climate change

Indicators:

1. Percentage of land and marine protected areas
2. Percentage of protected area to total area
3. Percentage of species threatened with extinction
4. Deforestation rates
5. Water resource extraction rate
6. Soil degradation rate
7. Strategy papers written on resilience to climate
8. Number of people trained in climate change management
9. Number of awareness campaigns on climate change

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Goal :  Promote social inclusion, gender equality and women’s empowerment

Targets and Indicators:  Target 1: Eliminate gender disparities in education and in citizen participation by 2035
Target 2: Integrate into all policies and strategies the concerns of disadvantaged people, including indigenous peoples and the elderly

Indicators:

1. Ratio of girls to boys in primary, secondary and higher education
2. Ratio of literate women to men, aged 15–24
3. Percentage of women employed in non-agricultural sectors
4. Percentage of seats held by women in parliament and locally elected positions
5. Socially inclusive policies and strategies

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