520M Children ‘Uncounted’ In SDG Progress Data, UNICEF Says

U.N. News: Over half a billion ‘uncounted’ children live in countries unable to measure their development progress — UNICEF
“…UNICEF’s Progress for Children in the SDG Era is the first thematic performance assessment report toward achieving the global targets that concern children and youth. The report raises the alarm that 520 million children live in countries that lack data on at least two-thirds of child-related SDG indicators, or lack sufficient data to assess their progress — rendering those children effectively ‘uncounted’…” (3/6).

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