What are SDGs?
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are global global action plans based on human rights and equality to encourage inclusive and sustainable development on social, economic and environmental aspects.
SDGs have been agreed by world leaders including Indonesia. The SDGs contain 17 Objectives and 169 Targets which are expected to be achieved by 2030.
Why do you have to "localize" SDGs?
Seventeen global goals of the SDGs encourage us to realize a better and sustainable future for all.
For all communities to experience improvements in their daily lives, the concept of the SDGs that is global must be applied at the local (regional and community) level. The City / Regency Government has a very important role. Because Indonesia is so vast and diverse, the government at the local level is the party who can best understand the conditions of citizens and the challenges of their respective regions. Regional governments now also have strategic authority in running and innovating for basic public services.