Today, even though people are scattered all over the world, we’re closer than ever before. With rising standards of technology and knowledge, various innovations are being nurtured. In such a world of growing nations, it is important to cater to the needs of those still climbing their way to ‘towards progress’. Thus, policies need to be coordinated to help developing countries curb debt, and to offer investment opportunities for the least developed.
So, what really is this goal all about? The goal aims at enhancing relationships between developing and developed nations, as well as the relationships among the developing nations. They plan on achieving that by increasing international trade and by giving developing nations the required aid to increase their exports.
THE MAIN AIM BEHIND IT
The Goal of Partnership expresses an urgent need to utilise the abundant private resources to successfully carry out the sustainable development objectives. It seeks to bring together national governments, international communities, the civil society as well as the private sector organisation. The goal believes that such a get-together is essential to accelerate progress. It aims at achieving the following targets:
- To bring in resources to support developing countries.
- To help developing and least developed nations increase their gross national incomes
- To enhance the availability of technology in developing and least developed nations.
- To help developing and least developed nations to increase their overall share of exports.
OUR BELIEF IN THE AIM
In fact, Manu Yantralay is of the opinion that these Goals are critical. They We feel that the goals will help in areas of business as follows:
- A significant increase in the exports of developing countries by 2020
- Opening up economic opportunities that would increase jobs tremendously by 2030
- Business models which include SDGs can benefit directly from new sources of capital and, thus, attract capital.
- SDGs enable companies to create sustainable strategies that can transform their business models and also the communities they operate in.
WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED
For the SDGs to succeed, governments and private sectors, as well as the civil society, must join hands. Such a partnership will enable a consolidated goal, which has our planet and its citizens in priority.
Manu Yantralaya, for example, is a private sector company that has maintained global partnership over the years. With forming of a joint venture with Italian and Japanese companies, as well as technical collaboration with the Japanese, Manu Yantralaya stands at the forefront of current industry trends in the manufacturing sector.
The Sustainable Development Goals are devised to achieve such a holistic, global growth that encourages countries to commit to a strong global partnership. SDGs are an action plan by all the countries of the world – both poor and rich. They are a road map to make our world prosperous without damaging our planet.