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Resource Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2017: World Development Indicators.
Type Web resource, Knowledge resource
Last update: 26/04/2017
Type: Web resource, Knowledge resource
Language English
Year of publication: 2017
Citation: World Bank. 2017. Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2017: World Development Indicators. Washington, DC: World Bank. doi:10.1596/978-1-4648-1080-0. License: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0 IGO
Target countries: United States of America
Download: openknowledge.worldbank.org/..
Summary The Atlas draws on World Development Indicators, a database of over 1,400 indicators for more than 220 economies, many going back more than 50 years. And it relies on the work of national and international statistical agencies around the world. For each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), relevant indicators have been chosen to illustrate important trends and challenges, and highlight measurement issues.
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List Keywords
1.1 Socio- economic Sector (OECD) 160 Other social infrastructure and services
240 Banking and financial services
321 Industry
323 Construction
43040 Rural Development
120 Health
140 Water supply and sanitation
210 Transport and storage
250 Business and other services
313 Fishery
331 Trade
430xx Climate Change Adaptation
220 Communications
110 Education
150 Government and civil society
230 Energy generation and supply
312 Forestry
322 Mineral resources and mining
410 Environmental protection
332 Tourism
311 Agriculture
420 Women in development (WID)
130 Population Policies/ Programs& Reprod. health  
1.2 Institutional dimension Policy Development
Knowledge Management & Communication  
1.4 Target group(s) 1. Local communities
4. Research community
2. SMEs/Private sector
5. Decision makers/Policymakers
3. Intermediary organisations
6. General public/Opinion makers