What is this Toolkit?
The SDG Acceleration Toolkit is a compendium of tools for analysing system interconnections, enhancing policy coherence, ensuring that no one is left behind, identifying risks and building resilience.
Originally launched in 2017 by the United Nations Sustainable Development Group (UNSDG), this refreshed version of the Toolkit is designed to provide UN Country Teams, policy experts and Governments with access to existing tools for accelerating progress toward the 2030 Agenda. The tools can also support immediate socio-economic response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as effective recovery planning and implementation.
The Toolkit is managed jointly by UNICEF and UNDP under the auspices of the UNSDG Task Team on Integrated Policy Support.
how to use the Toolkit
The Toolkit is organised in three main categories and 14 sub-categories considered important to support the acceleration of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs. It can be useful for a range of purposes including mainstreaming the SDGs into national development plans, identifying system leverage points to accelerate SDG progress, implementing the pledge to leave no one behind, and preparing Common Country Analyses and UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Frameworks.