Big gaps and little money: why focusing on solutions to finance Agenda 2030 in the LDCs matters

In September 2015 at the United Nations in New York, 193 countries adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs are an ambitious new “action plan” that over the next fifteen years aims to eradicate extreme poverty, protect the planet and ensure peaceful prosperous societies everywhere. Meeting the SDGs will require unprecedented investments in areas such as health and nutrition, education, infrastructure development, agriculture, peace and security and environmental protection to make them a reality. For the 48 “Least Developed Countries” (LDCs), achieving the SDGs will be a particularly difficult task.

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