Sustainable Development

We need to reset the global operating system to achieve the SDGs. Here’s how

Ruqia Aroo, 80, carries her malnourished grandson Khalif Sheikh Adan, 5, near the carcasses of her dead herd of cattle near Afder, 1100 kms south east of Addis Ababa, April 18, 2000.GM - RTRBSG8

80% of countries have gone off track, according to a new report Image: Reuters

Homi Kharas
Interim Vice President and Director - Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution, USA
John W McArthur
Senior Fellow, UN Foundation
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