New Global Partnership Aims To Bolster Data Collection To Measure Progress On, Achieve SDGs

The Guardian: Partnership promises to tackle the crisis of bad data at the heart of development
“A global partnership to improve the collection of data needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was launched with much fanfare in New York this week. In the plush surroundings of Manhattan’s Waldorf hotel, ministers, business leaders, U.N. agencies, research groups, and civil society committed themselves to mobilize money and find innovative ways to overcome the significant data challenge…” (Ford/Anderson, 10/1).

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