UGANDA SDG SECRETARIAT

Office of the Prime Minister

UGANDA SDG SECRETARIAT

Fast Tracking Uganda’s Commitment to the 2030 Agenda

Women in a rural area using mobile phones. The proportion of the population with mobile phones grew from 57 percent in 2015 to 63.5 percent in 2020
A man helps his child to clean up at a UNICEF centre. SDG 6 calls for clean water and sanitation for all.
The Prime Minister, Right Hon. Ruhakana Rugunda at the launch of the National SDG Roadmap in 2018.
The Prime Minister, Right Hon. Ruhakana Rugunda at the launch of the National SDG Roadmap in 2018.
Hon. Jackline Amongin MP (standing) discussing with women leaders during the Voluntary Local Review in Ngora District
SDG Advisory Committee with the SDG Secretariat team in a discussion about the Voluntary National Review process
Youth for SDGs during the UN Anniversary commemoration in 2019
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Message From The Prime Minister

Five years ago, the Government of Uganda made a commitment to deliver on Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. In 2016, Uganda became a front runner by establishing the National SDG Coordination Framework, which brings together state and non-state actors, with an objective to ensure a coherent, consistent, and seamless SDG implementation process.

Message From The Focal Point Minister for SDGs

What started as a health crisis very quickly morphed into a global human, economic and social crisis. We are all living the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic daily, in one way or another.

Message From UN Resident Coordinator

When the Government of Uganda and the United Nations in Uganda worked together to establish the SDG Secretariat under the Office of the Prime Minister, it accorded us an important platform to deliberate and work together as partners on sustainable development.

SDGS IN NUMBERS
GLOBAL​

17 GOALS

169 TARGETS​

232 INDICATORS​

UGANDA​
17 Goals
169 Targets
201 Indicators

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