Sustainable Development Goals(SDGS)
Reaching out for public health infrastructures or providing and promoting public health awareness policies in developed countries is far more efficient when compared to developing / underdeveloped countries due to lack of resources, skilled
healthcare personnel and also the knowledgeable policy-making members. Hence it becomes tough to maintain the level of standardized public health that’s necessary to keep everyone around going well. United Nations has taken an initiative and proposed a long-term goal plan which focuses on overall development that leads to faster progress in various large sectors which in-turn will lead to faster development in public health as well. There are a total of 17 sustainable development goals which UN expects to achieve by the year 2030. Of these 17 goals, 4-6 goals fall directly in the circle of public health.
- Good Health and Well-Being for people
- Clean Water and Sanitation
- Sustainable Cities and Community
- Decent Work and Economic Growth