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A short guide to Human Settlements Indicators Goal 11+

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This guide introduces Monitoring Human Settlements Indicators . Making progress in Monitoring of SDG 11 is crucial in ensuring the success of the SDG framework. It is therefore necessary to identify and apply specific, measurable and action-oriented methods and approaches for localizing implementation of SDG. SDG 11 contains ten targets: seven are outcome-oriented and three are process-oriented. The latest targets and associated indicators, as listed by IAEG-SDGs are presented in the guide. We encourage member states to begin monitoring efforts at a level in line with their national capacity and available resources, and apply flexible methodologies, for which the concept of progressive monitoring steps is useful. Significant opportunities for combining various methods and data sources, including using direct measurements, surveys, remote-sensing measurements, estimates and literature reviews to enhance their statistical capacities and tapping into new and non-traditional sources.

  • Developed by United Nations Human Settlements Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, World Health Organization, UN Women, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, United Nations Population Fund, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, United Nations Development Programme and United Nations Statistical Division
  • Published In 2016
  • Posted by Fabienne Perucca
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