Pakistan presents progress report on its anti-poverty development plans to UN

Pakistan presents progress report on its anti-poverty development plans to UN
Pakistan has nationally adopted anti-poverty Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - APP
Updated 17 July 2019

Pakistan presents progress report on its anti-poverty development plans to UN

Pakistan presents progress report on its anti-poverty development plans to UN
  • Says PM Khan is committed to accelerate human development in the country
  • Permanent envoy Maleeha Lodhi is leading Pakistani diplomats in the UN

UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan on Tuesday presented its progress report and future plans on meeting the globally agreed and nationally adopted anti-poverty Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), saying that the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan was committed to accelerating human development in the country.
The progress report was in the form of Voluntary National Review, a mechanism in which countries inform the UN about its implementation strategies to meet the goals and targets of the sustainable development agenda, also known as Agenda 2030.