Better assessment is needed to deliver the “decade of action” on the UN SDGs ahead of us. Supreme Audit Institutions aim to meet this global challenge.
As the Covid-19 pandemic has tragically brought to the fore, most countries face interlinked challenges of entrenched inequalities, uneven access to public goods and insufficient support for those most exposed to shocks.
Beyond difficult immediate impacts and meeting urgent needs brought on by the crisis, an uncertain future lies ahead and for many it is potentially disastrous. Add environmental issues into the increasingly bleak picture and what should be evident is the need for all countries to adhere to a better blueprint.
This blueprint exists in the form of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Agreed in 2015 by all UN members, the
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