Good Health & Well-being
Clean water & Sanitation
Affordable & Clean Energy
Decent work & Economic Growth
Industry Innovation & Infrastructure
Sustainable city & Communities
Sustainable Consumption and Production
pARTNERSHIP FOR THE GOALS
Poor people are less likely to have access to adequate food especially when it has to be purchased.
Access to free health care is fundamental to poverty eradication.
Access to free education complements access to social protection and health care.
Equitable treatment of women and girls is fundamental.
Important linkages between water access and poverty eradication
Access to modern and sustainable energy is fundamental for eliminating poverty
Macroeconomic policies stimulating full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men are crucial
Industrialisation can make opportunities accessible to all people, while distributing income and non income gains from prosperity more equally across society.
The reduction of inequality is of equal importance to eradicating poverty and would be the surest way of ensuring it.
Increasingly important linkages between affordable housing and poverty.
Living standards, shelter, equal rights to economic resources are linked to consumption and production patterns.
There are key linkages. Climate change impacts as well as climate policies can have enormous impact on poor people in the next years.
Biodiversity and ecosystem services offer equitable and fair access to natural resources.
Extreme poverty hinders prospects for peace and good governance.
Revitalizing the global partnership is fundamental to poverty eradication.