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    Greetings and welcome to the Community of Practice for the Tuvalu VNR Report: Stakeholder Engagement.

    Brief Background

    The government of Tuvalu, through the Ministry of Finance, is currently developing a Voluntary National Review (VNR) for Tuvalu. Tuvalu is developing a VNR for the first time since becoming a member of the United Nations.

    The heads of state, governments, and high representatives will meet at the United Nations Headquarters on September 25-27, 2015, to decide on a new global sustainable development goal for the next 15 years. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals is the name for this. There are 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets in total. This is a continuation of what the Millennium Development Goals did not achieve. These are universal goals and targets that require the entire world, both developed and developing countries, to collaborate in order to balance the three dimensions of sustainable development, which are economic, social, and environmental.

    What is a Voluntary National Review?

    The Voluntary National Review is one of the mechanisms for monitoring and reviewing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This review is a process by which countries assess their progress and shortcomings in implementing the goals and targets. It is a regular and comprehensive review of progress at the national and sub-national levels that is led and country-driven.

    Why it is important to conduct a Voluntary National Review?

    This review facilitates the sharing of experience in terms of challenges faced, lessons learned, and successes achieved by each country throughout the process.
    It also accelerates the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This review will also mobilize multi-stakeholder support and partnerships for the Agenda's implementation.

    Target Audience: Government Ministries and entities, Non-Government Offices, Private Sector, Local Government and Provisional councils, Academia, Representatives of vulnerable groups including the Outer Islands and isolated communities.  

    Objective
    Undertake dialogue and exchange between stakeholders to share challenges, good practices, and lessons learned as well as report trends towards achieving the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs for the formulation of the first Tuvalu VNR Report.
     

      What are some of the success stories or best practices your organization or entity undertaking or involved in towards achieving the SDGs?

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      Welcome to the Tuvalu vNR COP

       

       
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      Patrick Tuimale... said:

      Welcome to the Tuvalu vNR COP

       

      What are the main challenges in accelerating the SDGs your organization or entity is working on?

      What are some of the strategies and mitigation actions adopted or to be put in place to address the main challenges?