South Asia’s Path to Sustainable and Inclusive Growth highlights the remarkable development progress in South Asia and how the region can advance in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Europe Sustainable Development Report 2022 is the fourth edition of independent quantitative report on the progress of the European Union, its member states and partner countries towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This paper published by AFD's Research Papers collection analyses how the main discourses that structure the GBF are playing out with respect to the specific challenges and aspirations of Sub-Saharan African countries.

Internal displacement is a major challenge to sustainable development. By the end of the 2021, more than 59 million people remained displaced in their own countries – the highest ever global figure and more than double the number recorded 10 years ago.

This new assessment from the African Union Commission, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, and the UN Environment Programme, developed by African scientists in a process led by SEI, shows how African leaders can act quickly across five key areas — transport, residential, energy, agriculture, and waste — to fight climate change, prevent air poll

The consequences of climate change in developing countries are worsening fast: many ecosystems will shortly reach points of irreversible damage, and socio-economic costs will continue to rise. To alleviate the future impacts on populations and economies, policy makers are looking for the spaces where they can make the greatest difference.

Climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts are urgently needed across Southeast Asia. The financial sector can play a critical role in supporting countries in their journey toward greater resilience and sustainability, but it must adapt to do so effectively.

National energy balances are essential for estimating various socioeconomic and environmental development indicators, including carbon-dioxide emissions. The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI) annually publishes India's energy balance.

The creative economy is one of the world’s fastest-growing sectors. These industries create employment and income, promote innovation, and contribute to societies’ well-being. The creative economy offers a feasible development option to all countries and in particular to developing economies.

Ghana’s progress of implementation has been mixed. Gender parity and high completion rates have been sustained at the KG, primary, and junior high levels despite the pandemic, while the population participating in formal and informal education, and training has gone up.