Achieving Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in India (SDGS-5) Opportunities and Challenges
The purpose of sustainable development is a universal union of objects, indicators and indicators that states and UN members will use to develop their programs and policies over the next 15 years. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which became the subject of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), expired at the end of 2015. This document is addressed in Six Parties in which MDG 3 - its objectives, achievements, best practices and gaps and SDG 5 and the proposed objectives and indicators, the implementation framework for the State of India, funding, technical architecture to monitor objectives, indicators, evidence and lessons learned from best practices As far as possible, get a search tackle. This document is organized as follows: Section 2 presents achievements under MDG 3 and the identified gaps remain. The third section deals with the design and adoption of ODS. The fourth section addresses SDG 5 and the proposed objectives and indicators, while the architecture for SDG development and monitoring, in particular SDG 5, appeared in the fifth section. Finally, the way you followed and the suggestions for action at the Indian level are given in Section Six.