The SDGs in
Somalia

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change. Guided by the goals, it is now up to all of us, governments, businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to build a better future for everyone.

Sustainable Development Goals

Linking NDP-9, SDGs and Agenda 2063

Interlinkages between the frameworks. This visualization shows the links between Somalia's NDP-9, the SDG indicator framework and Agenda 2063. The left-most links represent how connected each pillar of the NDP is to the SDGs and the second set of links, from the middle to the end, represent how the SDGs and Agenda 2063 goals are connected.

Statistic Producing Organizations

Tier I indicator feasibility

There are currently 115 applicable Tier I indicators in Somalia. You can hover a square to get more information about the feasibility of the indicators compilation in the short/medium term. The shades represent different feasibility levels. The category "easily feasible" refers to those indicators which can be easily available and possible with a little more effort and manageable capacity building by the producer. The category "feasible with strong effort" refers to indicators whose feasibility is more difficult but possible when significant resources are put in towards in the production of the data. The category "not feasible even with strong effort" refers to indicators that might be, hypothetically, produced with a strong effort but are not a priority for the country and, therefore, their compilation is not likely in the short/medium term.

29/115

25.2%

indicators marked as

Currently available.

17/115

14.8%

indicators marked as

Easily feasible.

52/115

45.2%

indicators marked as

Feasible with strong effort.

17/115

14.8%

indicators marked as

Not feasible even with strong effort.