Цели устойчивого развития

Countries Told to Step Up Global Goals Funding Right Away – Urgent Crisis Alert!

Дефицит финансирования развития в мире на сегодняшний день оценивается в 4,2 триллиона долларов в год по сравнению с 2,5 триллионами долларов до начала пандемии. К такому выводу пришли авторы доклада ООН о финансировании развития, который во вторник представила первый заместитель Генсека Амина Мохаммед.

Она подчеркнула, что в основе мирового кризиса устойчивого развития лежат проблемы финансирования: долговое бремя и огромные затраты по займам не позволяют развивающимся странам двигаться вперед. 

При этом растущая геополитическая напряженность, климатические катастрофы и глобальный кризис стоимости жизни затронули миллиарды людей, подорвав прогресс в сфере здравоохранения, образования и других Целей устойчивого развития. До крайнего срока достижения ЦУР – 2030 года – осталось всего шесть лет, напоминают в ООН.

«Мы столкнулись с тем, что, я думаю, можно назвать серьезным кризисом развития, кризисом, в основе которого лежат финансовые проблемы, который требует огромных международных усилий», – сказала Мохаммед.  

Если нынешние тенденции сохранятся, по оценкам ООН, почти 600 миллионов человек, более половины из которых – женщины, в 2030 году будут продолжать жить в крайней нищете.

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В докладе показано, что только масштабное увеличение финансирования и реформа международной финансовой архитектуры помогут международному сообществу достичь Целей устойчивого развития (ЦУР) к намеченному сроку. 

«Нам срочно нужен приток инвестиций для нашей программы устойчивого развития, но, как говорится в докладе, это зависит от фундаментальных сдвигов в глобальной экономике и в лидерстве государственного сектора», – заявила Мохаммед. 

«Нам нужно, чтобы страны взяли на себя конкретные обязательства по преобразованию экономических и финансовых систем, обеспечивающих устойчивое развитие. Главная идея доклада о финансировании развития за 2024 год не может быть яснее: мы должны сделать выбор сейчас – либо мы вместе добьемся успеха, либо можем потерпеть неудачу», – подытожила она. 

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  1. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing issues: debt burdens and huge borrowing costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for achieving the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us, “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems, which requires immense international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN’s estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  2. Are there any specific proposals mentioned in the report to address the financing deficit and support developing countries?

    1. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis lie funding issues: debt burdens and massive loan costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. At the same time, growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the SDG deadline – 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I believe can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems that requires immense international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty by 2030.

  3. She emphasized that the global sustainable development crisis is rooted in financing issues: debt burdens and enormous borrowing costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. Only six years remain until the deadline for achieving the SDGs in 2030, as reminded by the UN. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis based on financial problems that require enormous international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, almost 600 million people, more than half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty by 2030.

  4. She emphasized that the global sustainable development crisis is rooted in funding problems: debt burdens and huge loan costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global cost of living crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With just six years left until the SDGs deadline in 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems that requires huge international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends continue, according to the UN, almost 600 million people, more than half of whom are women, will still be living in extreme poverty in 2030.

  5. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing issues: debt burdens and huge borrowing costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for achieving the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems, which requires vast international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  6. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing issues: the debt burden and huge borrowing costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Meanwhile, growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global crisis in the cost of living have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline of the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us, “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial issues that requires huge international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN’s estimates, nearly 600 million people, more than half of whom are women, will still be living in extreme poverty in 2030.

  7. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are funding issues: debt burdens and huge loan repayments prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us, “We’re facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial issues, requiring tremendous international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, almost 600 million people, more than half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  8. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are funding issues: debt burden and huge loan costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With just six years left until the SDGs deadline in 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems, that requires massive international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue living in extreme poverty by 2030.

  9. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are funding issues: the debt burden and huge borrowing costs are hindering developing countries from moving forward. Meanwhile, growing geopolitical tensions, climate catastrophes, and the global cost-of-living crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the target year of 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems, which requires massive international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, almost 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  10. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing problems: debt burdens and huge loan costs prevent developing countries from moving forward. Growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global crisis in the cost of living have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for achieving the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis based on financial problems that require immense international efforts,” said Johnson. If current trends continue, according to the UN’s estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  11. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing problems: debt burdens and huge borrowing costs are preventing developing countries from moving forward. Meanwhile, growing geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global crisis of the cost of living have impacted billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for the SDGs in 2030, the UN reminds us. “We are facing what I think can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems that require tremendous international efforts,” said Mohammed. If current trends persist, according to the UN’s estimates, nearly 600 million people, more than half of whom are women, will continue to live in extreme poverty in 2030.

  12. She emphasized that at the core of the global sustainable development crisis are financing issues: the debt burden and massive loan expenditures are hindering developing countries from moving forward. Additionally, escalating geopolitical tensions, climate disasters, and the global life cost crisis have affected billions of people, undermining progress in healthcare, education, and other Sustainable Development Goals. With only six years left until the deadline for the SDGs in 2030, it is a reminder from the UN. “We are facing what I believe can be called a serious development crisis, a crisis rooted in financial problems that require huge international efforts,” said Mohamed. If current trends persist, according to the UN estimates, nearly 600 million people, over half of whom are women, will still be living in extreme poverty in 2030.

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