Digital transformation is rapidly changing the Government Infrastructure in Pakistan, which in turn is demanding corresponding strategies aligned with the global best practices. In the 2000 Global countries agreed to adopted uniform policies for vital development sectors like Health, education, culture etc. Under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which were finalized in the year 2015.Unfortunately Pakistan could not perform well in achieving the desire MDG’s to complete the unfinished agenda of MDGs for gaining optimum space of development in governance and transparencies, SDGs were initiated by the UN after getting consensus of all the members countries.
Basically SDGs are the agreed Global agenda for development in almost all sectors effecting positively or negatively efficiently. Since this is documented agenda by UN and all countries have signed it so Pakistan has very limited choice to ignore its importance.
Some of these 17 SDGs all focusing on basic human needs for example food, education and health while others are bringing in place eco-system which ensures an inclusive approach for all partners to work together.
169 targets of these SDGs very specifically defines the corresponding to be taken by relevant stakeholders along with corresponding indicators which ensures the documented progress in line with global based practices and time lines there is an urgent need in Pakistan to include all relevant stakeholders like Parliamentarian universities etc.to work together with the define road map and charted agenda. cross ponding there is a framework for SDGs where any entity can learned and contribute to achieve all above Pakistan council for SDGs has been established by Centre for Information Technology (CIT) Private limited 27-E Ali Plaza Faza-el-haq road blue area road Islamabad.