Angola prepares first SDG implementation report

  • MILTON REIS, SECRETÁRIO DE ESTADO PARA O PLANEAMENTO
Luanda - The first National Voluntary Report on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the country is being prepared for presentation in July 2021, said Thursday in Luanda the secretary of state for the Planning, Milton Reis.

The presentation will be made at the High Level Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council in New York.


For the process of preparing the first report, work is being carried out by five thematic groups on the platform.

They are Economy and Production, Social Welfare, Democracy and Stability, Science, Innovation and Infrastructure, as well as Environment and Resilience.


According to Milton Reis, who was speaking at the usual Biennial Weekly Briefing of the Ministry of Economy and Planning (MEP) for the balance of financing actions under Prodesi, each group is responsible for working on a specific set of Objectives, thus covering the 17 SDGs of United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda, as well as the respective goals  and indicators.
 

The technical groups cover representative technicians of the Ministerial Departments involved in the themes of the SDGs, the National Statistics Institute, Universities, the Private Sector, NGOs, the United Nations in Angola and Development Partners.


According to the official, the Regulation of the Basic Law of the General Regime of the National Planning System (Law No. 1/11, of January 14) was approved on the 28th of October, at the Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, chaired by the President of the Republic.
 

The aforementioned regulation establishes the structure and procedures for the elaboration, execution, monitoring, evaluation and revision of the instruments provided for in the Basic Law of the National Planning System.

They include Long-Term Strategy, the National Development Plan, the National Planning Plan Territorial, Sectorial Development Plans, Provincial Development Plans, as well as the respective Annual Plans.
 

 

The presentation will be made at the High Level Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council in New York.


For the process of preparing the first report, work is being carried out by five thematic groups on the platform.

They are Economy and Production, Social Welfare, Democracy and Stability, Science, Innovation and Infrastructure, as well as Environment and Resilience.


According to Milton Reis, who was speaking at the usual Biennial Weekly Briefing of the Ministry of Economy and Planning (MEP) for the balance of financing actions under Prodesi, each group is responsible for working on a specific set of Objectives, thus covering the 17 SDGs of United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda, as well as the respective goals  and indicators.
 

The technical groups cover representative technicians of the Ministerial Departments involved in the themes of the SDGs, the National Statistics Institute, Universities, the Private Sector, NGOs, the United Nations in Angola and Development Partners.


According to the official, the Regulation of the Basic Law of the General Regime of the National Planning System (Law No. 1/11, of January 14) was approved on the 28th of October, at the Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, chaired by the President of the Republic.
 

The aforementioned regulation establishes the structure and procedures for the elaboration, execution, monitoring, evaluation and revision of the instruments provided for in the Basic Law of the National Planning System.

They include Long-Term Strategy, the National Development Plan, the National Planning Plan Territorial, Sectorial Development Plans, Provincial Development Plans, as well as the respective Annual Plans.