Infographic: how are we progressing on the Sustainable Development Goals?

 
Last Updated: Thursday 24 September 2015
The Sustainable Development Goals include targets to end child marriages and female genital mutilation. Tahani (in pink) married when she was 6 - nearly half of all women in Yemen were married as children. (Stephanie Sinclair/VII Agency/EPA)
The Sustainable Development Goals include targets to end child marriages and female genital mutilation. Tahani (in pink) married when she was 6 - nearly half of all women in Yemen were married as children. (Stephanie Sinclair/VII Agency/EPA) The Sustainable Development Goals include targets to end child marriages and female genital mutilation. Tahani (in pink) married when she was 6 - nearly half of all women in Yemen were married as children. (Stephanie Sinclair/VII Agency/EPA)

Emil Jeyaratnam, The Conversation and James Whitmore, The Conversation

The Sustainable Development Goals, which will take over from the Millennium Development Goals after this year, will guide efforts to reduce poverty and improve well-being up to 2030, without destroying the earth. There are 17 goals, further broken down into 169 targets. Click through the infographic below to see how countries are progressing and what remains to be done.

Emil Jeyaratnam, Multimedia Editor, The Conversation and James Whitmore, Editor, Environment & Energy, The Conversation

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.

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