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ABOUT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND—this phrase was the official motto set by the United Nations (UN) for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and served as the guiding principle of world leaders of 193 countries in solving the most pressing problems of today.

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Regional Best Practices

Curious to know the how each region of the Philippines conduct initiatives for the achievement of the SDGs? Click the map to see!

NEWS

Statement of the Philippines at the 59th Session of the Commission for Social Development

STATEMENT OF THE PHILIPPINES 59th Session of the Commission for Social Development (Virtual Meeting)Theme: “Socially just transition towards sustainable development: the role of digital technologies on social development and well-being of all” 11 February 2021 HON. ROSEMARIE G. EDILLON Undersecretary for Policy and Planning National Economic and Development Authority Chair, Excellencies, distinguished colleagues, all protocols observed […]

Intervention by the Philippines at the Ministerial Forum on “Promoting multilateralism to realize inclusive, resilient…

Ministerial Forum on “Promoting multilateralism to realize inclusive, resilient and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 in the context of the decade of action and delivery for sustainable development and its social dimensions” 59th Session of the Commission for Social Development (Virtual Meeting) 9 February 2021 ROSEMARIE G. EDILLON Undersecretary for National Development Policy and Planning […]

POLICY MAINSTREAMING

SDGS AND AMBISYON NATIN

AmBisyon Natin 2040 represents the collective long-term vision and aspirations of the Filipino people for themselves and for the country up to 2040. It describes the kind of life that people want to live, and how the country will be.

SDGS AND THE PDP

The Philippines has integrated the SDGs in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP), 2017-2022 as well as in the various sectoral development plans in the country. The PDP is the blueprint of government where the priorities of the political leadership are translated into a policy and strategy framework and, then, into programs and projects. The PDP reflects all of the 17 SDGs.

SOCIOECONOMIC REPORT

The PDP is monitored and reported yearly through the Socioeconomic Report (SER). The Report presents the accomplishments of the PDP outputs and outcomes and recommend policy directions and moving forward.

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