The United Nations, the global podium of peace and humanity, approved the 2030 agenda which contains the Sustainable Development Goals. In September 2015, the World leaders of all 193 member states of UN agreed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals as the Global Goals. The 2030 Agenda which contain the Sustainable Goals carries a resolve that has potential to liberate humanity from all man-made crises. These goals focus on global challenges that are facing humankind including poverty, hunger, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice but focus forward on social and economic development and environmental protection for our better future.
As these goals are broad and interdependent, they are madem more actionable by identifying the specific target for each goal along with indicators to measure progress towards each target.