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The Global Agenda and SDGs Goals is Common Vision and Global


WFWO is taken action to contribute to Global Development Agenda Action for Peoples and Planet to support the work of the United Nations within Consultative relationship with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is governed by the principles contained in Council Resolution 1996/31.WFWO is focuses on advocacy and resources mobilizations to promote and to implement international agreed Goals and Global Commitments. Since then, the world has halved extreme poverty, with the UN’s Millennium Development Goals greatly contributing to this progress. We recognizing the success of the MDGs, we needs more action to achieve our common goals to eradicating poverty,in this context we will continue to strengthen our mission to contribute to the UN’s new 17th Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in order to complete the work begun with the MDGs The ECOSOC Partnership Forum is organized annually to discuss the role of partnerships in driving sustainable development. As outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, partnerships are essential for achieving all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and mobilizing the related commitment, efforts, finance, technology, and data. With only ten years left to achieve the SDGs, the 2021 ECOSOC Partnership Forum will provide policy space for Member States, non-state stakeholders and the UN development system to focus on key cross-cutting and interlinked issues that are central to accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and for discussing ways to mobilize multi-stakeholder partnerships to galvanize synergistic actions.

The Forum also aims to showcase several successful partnerships that are accelerating the achievement of the SDGs.

WFWO and Numerous civil society leaders and organizations have also called for a “super year of activism” to accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, urging world leaders to redouble efforts to reach the people furthest behind, support local action and innovation, strengthen data systems and institutions, rebalance the relationship between people and nature, and unlock more financing for sustainable development.

The Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. The 17 Goals were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15-year plan to achieve the Goals.

Today, progress is being made in many places, but, overall, action to meet the Goals is not yet advancing at the speed or scale required. 2020 needs to usher in a decade of ambitious action to deliver the Goals by 2030.

At the core of the 2020-2030 decade is the need for action to tackle growing poverty, empower women and girls, and address the climate emergency.

Ten years to transform our world.

Decade of Action to deliver the Global Goals

Today, progress is being made in many places, but, overall, action to meet the Goals is not yet advancing at the speed or scale required. 2020 needs to usher in a decade of ambitious action to deliver the Goals by 2030.The Decade of Action calls for accelerating sustainable solutions to all the world’s biggest challenges — ranging from poverty and gender to climate change, inequality and closing the finance gap.

A Decade of Action

With just under ten years left to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, world leaders at the SDG Summit in September 2019 called for a Decade of Action and delivery for sustainable development, and pledged to mobilize financing, enhance national implementation and strengthen institutions to achieve the Goals by the target date of 2030, leaving no one behind.

The UN Secretary-General called on all sectors of society to mobilize for a decade of action on three levels: global action to secure greater leadership, more resources and smarter solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals; local action embedding the needed transitions in the policies, budgets, institutions and regulatory frameworks of governments, cities and local authorities; and people action, including by youth, civil society, the media, the private sector, unions, academia and other stakeholders, to generate an unstoppable movement pushing for the required transformations.

WFWO and its Partners is acting for the Sustainable Development Goals

WFWO and its financial partners and the resource mobilisations task force established by the WFWO’s Management, takes a concrete initiative to support the Sustainability development programs in developing countries, in close co-operation with local authorities and local communities, NGOs, CBO to contribute to the implementation of the global commitments.
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace, and justice. The 17 Goals are all interconnected, and to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve them all by 2030.

WFWO and Its Partners is focusing on social housing matter to support global counmities developing countries. We are focusing on Social Housing and Resources Mobilizations issue to achieve our common targets Global Development Agenda.

WFWO Project Facility on social Housing is an important component of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and an essential driver for achieving many of the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs. Adequate and affordable social housing leads to benefits in health, education, and economic opportunities. The process of social housing improvement is often a ladder out of poverty for families and communities in developing countries needed urgently. These changes benefit the larger community, reducing inequality and building resilience against economic and natural disasters.

Actions toward adequate and affordable social housing have multiple effects and support the implementation of other global development strategies, such as the NewUrban Agenda, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and the ParisAgreement.
With this guide, the social housing practitioners and development experts alike willlearn about the transformational impact of housing in achieving the 2030 Agenda forSustainable Development. Additionally, this can be a starting point for action,research, and analysis for measuring housing impact through the SDGs’ monitoringframework of targets and indicators.

The WFWO Project Facility on Social Housing and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 17 th Goals

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development embraces core principles, including universality (it applies to all countries and considers all people despite their status and location), interconnectedness and indivisibility (it needs to be implemented as a whole), inclusiveness (every contribution is valid), and multistakeholder partnerships (to support implementation).

The right to adequate to social housing as an important element of these core principles is embraced in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and has long been a priority for WFWO and its partners for Humanity and to implement the SDGs 17 th Goals.

The WFWO and its Partners strengthen effort and to take action to develop an adequate social housing means more than a roof over one’s head. It also means adequate privacy; adequate space; physical accessibility; adequate security; security of tenure; structural stability and durability; adequate lighting, heating and ventilation; adequate basic infrastructure, such as water-supply, sanitation and waste-management facilities; suitable environmental quality and health- related factors; and adequate and accessible location with regard to work and basic facilities: all of which should be available at an affordable cost and to develop jobs creation and support the country .

WFWO Project Facility on Social Housing’s role and impact in the SDGs 17 th

The review and analysis of the 17 SDGs with their 169 targets is more focusing to strengthen on social housing show that is very important to SDGs targets and its implementation:

• The Social Housing contributes directly or indirectly to reimplementation most of the SDGs.

 • Social Housing is platform of householders to sustainability, to contribute to driving Human Development Multidimensional Poverty in health, education, and standard of living, including indicators in nutrition; child mortality; school enrolment; energy; water; sanitation; and durable, healthy construction.

 ⦁ The Social Housing as a process can create as ensue of place and dignity, building community cohesion as well as one’s social and financial network and assets.

 ⦁ Adequate and affordable social housing is a multiplier of community jobs and incomes and improves social household financial stability, often providing opportunities for home-based industry.

 ⦁ The social Housing is prerequisite it overinclusive, equitable, safe, resilient, and sustainable cities, and rural community in developing countries.

The WFWO/SHH Project Facility and its Partners reaffirm that the Social Housing is an integral part of seven SDGs. The action is taken will contribute directly to local governments and communities in all aspect of the SDGs Platform as follows:

Goal 1 — No poverty

• The adequate and affordable social housing builders’ licence and reduces vulnerability to economic, social, health and climate-related shocks and disasters.

 • Equal access to land and social housing, and the economic resources they
generate, promotes sustainability locally.

Goal 2 — Zero hunger

• Access to more affordable social housing helps people avoid having to choose between housing and food costs.

 • Tenure security and adequate social housing can empower small-scale food production.

Goal 3 — Good health and well-being

• The affordable, safe, stable, secure, and resilient social housing is an
important factor in physical and mental health and well-being is human right.

Goal 4 — Quality education

• Adequate living conditions enable access to education and better education

• Training programs and capacity strengthening in social housing increase knowledge concerning sustainable development in various ways, including disaster preparedness and responsible, quality construction with facilities will be provided.

Goal 5 — Gender equality

• Equal access to social housing and land rights, credit, mortgages, and rental housing protects women from discriminatory policies and practices and protects their rights in cases of violence.

• Strongly and is important that the rights for social housing for women have a catalytic effect, elevating the standard of living for entire communities in developing countries.

Goal 6 — Clean water and sanitation

• The Access to safe and affordable water and sanitation is a human right and
vital component of healthy and adequate social housing.

Goal 7 — Affordable and clean energy

• Energy poverty is a specific form of social housing poverty, with social,
environmental and health impacts on wider communities in developing

Goal 8 — Decent work and economic growth jobs creations local communities

• The social housing sector supports economic growth through job creation related to the construction industry and additional demand for materials and services.

• The social housing sector has strong multiplier effects and as a percentage of GDP is often at least as important as other key sectors, such as manufacturing.
• Stable and adequate social housing leads to better economic opportunities by providing space for home-based enterprises and allowing households additional time for productive activities for local communities.
• Slumland in form al households are a major economic force. The informal sector is estimated to build approximately 80% of all urban housing in the developing world, making it the leading actor in the housing supply chain.

Goal 9 — Industry, innovation, and infrastructure by WFWO/SHH Project facility

• WFWO /SHH Project Facility fort social housing is new technologies promote an affordable, market-based, resilient, energy-efficient, and green housing approach.

• The lack of quality, reliable, sustainable, and resilient infrastructure in slums and informal settlements poses risks to residents of those settlements and the wider community.
• The social Housing interventions addressing the availability of energy, habitability through quality improvement — including energy efficiency — and affordability are indispensable for ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, healthy, and clean energy for all.

Goal 10 — Reduced inequalities

• Inequalities in social housing reflect in equalities in broader social and economic systems.

•  Equitable access to social housing helps communities overcome inequality.

Goal 11 — Sustainable cities and local communities

• Access to adequate social housings central to achieving inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable cities and local communities.

•  Positioning housing at the centre contributes toward building better settlements and cities because of the transformational impact of housing on social, economic, and environmental outcomes.
• The dual approach of facilitating the upgrading of existing slum settlements and increasing access to adequate and affordable social housing for low-income, vulnerable, and marginalized households is important for achieving sustainable development. Improving housing affordability is a prerequisite of progress toward sustainable cities and communities.

Goal 12 — Responsible consumption and production

• The WFWO/SHH Project Facility is to Sustainable design and construction based on energy efficiency and the use of local, recycled and/or renewable materials reduce life-cycle costs, carbon footprints and environmental degradation.

• Recycling and reuse in the building sector can minimize extraction of raw
materials and construction waste and to use local materials available in the

Goal 13 — Climate action

• The WFWO/SHH Project Facility is focussed to contribute to Sustainable social housing construction practices reduce contributions to drivers of climate change. Building resilient homes and communities reduces risk, promotes preparedness, and improves the ability to cope with environmental shocks.

Goal 16 — Peace, justice, and strong institutions

• Methods applied in interventions addressing slums, informal settlements and unaffordable social housing can contribute to the overall improvement of urban planning and governance.

• Tenure security and in formals settlement recognition promote the participation of vulnerable groups in decision-making.

• Slum upgrading may contribute to the reduction of violence and other criminal activities.

Goal 17 — Partnerships for the goals

• The WFWO and its Partners is working all together as partner to achieve our common objectives to implement the SDGs 17 th Gaols. This will Enabling stakeholder engagement and participatory processes will assist in the development of social housing and land policies.

All WFWO Project Facility and partners will Inclusive and people-public-private partnerships, financial investors through social housing-focused initiatives, can ensure sustainable and resilient cities.

The main Goals part of WFWO/SHH Project Facility Focused on Social Housing to contribute direct and integrated to implement SDGs 17 Goals

WFWO/SHH Project Facility -Integrated part of SDGs Goals

Social Housing is a direct contribution to SDGs.

INDIRECT contribution to goals

Our action to contribute to SDGS 17 th Goals.

For further information please go to link below:

1.Resources mobilizations to implement the SDGs target

For further information please on resources SDGs Platform

2. Action is taken by WFWO on SDGS

3. Project Facility Focusing on Social Housing on SDGs 17 th Goals

WFWO Housing and the Sustainable Development Gaols 17 th targets

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