Strengthen means of implementation and breathe new life into the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development.More on SDG 17
In order to successfully implement the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a comprehensive financing base is needed that goes beyond official development assistance (ODA) funds. In addition to public and private funds, politics should also make a greater contribution to achieving the goals. In July 2015, the international community agreed on a new framework for financing and implementing sustainable development – the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.
In Goal 17, the developed countries renew their commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of their gross national income on official development assistance. In order to reduce dependence on foreign support, the mobilisation of domestic resources is to be strengthened. International cooperation in science, technology and innovation will be strengthened and a fair multilateral trading system will be promoted. It also aims to promote macroeconomic stability and policy coherence in favour of sustainable development.