DATA ACTION PLAN TO 2030
The Data Action Plan is based on the understanding that governments and multilateral organizations alone cannot produce, analyze, disseminate and use the data needed to meet and monitor the SDGs. Inclusive multi-stakeholder partnerships and governance of the systems that produce development data are crucial to harnessing the transformative potential of data.
Why a data action plan?
As we move towards the final phase of the SDGs, it is crucial that we—collectively as a data community—take stock of what we have achieved to date, how the development context and agenda have evolved, and what is left to do by 2030.
What is the 2030 Data Action Plan?
A roadmap developed by a coalition of global, regional, and national partners to drive the data revolution to achieve the SDGs over the next six years.
To achieve our objective, we will focus on the following activities:
1. Define a clear and consensual vision of success in 2030 from a data revolution perspective.
2. Prepare progress reports that identify successes, lessons learned, challenges, and opportunities on topics such as funding for the data agenda, advancing the production and use of quality data so that no one is left behind, promoting the effective and responsible use of data to support evidence-based decision making.
3. Analyze how the political, economic, social, and development context has evolved, and what this implies for the last six years of implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
The 2030 Data Action Plan will be presented at the UN SDG Summit in September 2023, at the GPSDD Data Festival in November 2023, and at the UN World Data Forum in 2024.
Cepei & LIRNEasia with research partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East aim to identify private sector data initiatives for sustainable development in the Global South.
A collaborative co-creation space for National Statistical Offices from Latin America and the Caribbean to exchange knowledge on data communications.