The 2030 Agenda:
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The 2030 Agenda constitutes the road map approved by the United Nations and ratified by all member states.

The Sustainable Development Goals constitute an effort by the international community to create a set of objectives common to all the countries of the world, which have to be achieved by 2030.

These objectives intend to address

the systematic barriers that impede sustainable development, such as inequality, unsustainable consumption patterns, institutional weakness and environmental degradation, as well as putting an end to poverty, protecting the planet and guaranteeing the global well-being of people while leaving nobody behind.

FIIAPP’s contribution
to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals

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a healthy life and promoting universal well-being.

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access to basic services such as clean water, sanitation and sustainable energy for all.


the generation of development opportunities through inclusive education and decent work.


innovation and  resilient infrastructures by creating communities and cities capable of producing and consuming in a sustainable manner.


inequalities in the world, especially those related with gender.


the environment by combating climate change and protecting the marine and terrestrial ecosystems.


collaboration among different social agents to create an environment of peace and sustainable development.

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