Targeted collaboration for SDG transformation
We collaborate on short- and long-term projects with a range of public and private sector institutions who want to operationalize our SDG monitoring, SDG policy, geospatial analysis and modeling skills and experience.
Inter-American Development Bank
We developed an SDG Impact Investment Toolkit to guide investment decisions for IDB projects in the infrastructure, social, financial and private sectors and their SDG impact. Learn more
The Government of Benin
We support the Government of Benin in monitoring and evaluating its to accelerating implementation of the the SDGs in the context of an SDG Bond framework. Learn more
World Health Organization
Our team has worked with WHO Europe to produce a report monitoring the Ostrava Declaration on Health and Environment, analyzing data on environment & health SDG indicators for member states.
Brazil's Instituto Cidades Sustentáveis
SDSN is collaborating with Cidades Sustentáveis on an online data visualization tool that gives an overview of Brazilian cities and the SDGs, including Brazil-specific indicators. Learn more
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
The EESC has worked with SDSN for years on monitoring SDGs in a European context. Preparing the Europe Sustainable Development Report facilitates dialogue with civil society and EU policymakers, and the results are referenced in in the Commission's first EU Voluntary Review. Learn more
UN Resident Coordinators in SIDS
The UN Resident Coordinators in SIDS partnered with SDSN in Paris to strengthen the Multidimensional Vulnerability Index and assessing the SDG Financing Gap. These tools allowed the UN in SIDS to identify policies and practices for better SDG progress in certain countries. Learn more
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The SDG Transformation Center is an initiative of the SDSN, a non-profit organization. We are funded via donations and project partnerships and always seek to develop new collaborations. There are various ways to partner and work with us. We are also interested in learning how researchers and organizations use our work and instruments. Please share your latest articles and publications by clicking on the button below.