The SDG National Reporting Initiative facilitates greater information-sharing for reporting on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) between international, regional, and local communities. SDG reporting refers to the act of publishing and disseminating data and statistics on the SDG indicators for key stakeholders.
WHY SDG REPORTING?
AN UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY
The data requirements for reporting on the SDGs represent an unprecedented opportunity for countries around the world to track and evaluate their progress. SDG reporting can be a tool to help countries achieve their goals.
Despite the importance and benefits of SDG reporting, many countries have yet to provide benchmark data on the SDGs, and many are still grappling with how to report on their achievements.
WE'RE HERE TO HELP
There are many options for national reporting on the SDGs to meet the needs of different countries. The SDG National Reporting Initiative provides information to governments and international organizations to help them better understand key policy and technical considerations for SDG reporting.
WHO WE SERVE
POLICYMAKERSExplore the benefits and policy considerations for SDG national reporting to meet your country’s needs.Resources on Policy Considerations
DATA MANAGERSReview data and technical considerations, standards, and open-source resources for SDG national reporting.Data & Technical Resources
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSLearn about countries’ progress and approaches to SDG reporting and how to support these efforts.Why SDG Reporting