Vol. 4 No. 3 (2021): Pakistan Journal of International Affairs
Articles

THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL-4: A CASE STUDY OF PAKISTAN

Published 2021-09-27

Abstract

This research paper aims to analyze the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal-4 in the context of Pakistan. The study also provides an overview of SDG-4 from a regional perspective. SDG-4 is one of the seventeen goals of the United Nations Development agenda 2030. The SDGs are a global development framework adopted by UN member countries in 2015, comprising of 17 interrelated goals. This study aims to explore SDG goal 4, which aims to ensure quality education for all. SDG implementation in Pakistan holds great significance because Pakistan does not rank high in the Human Development Index (HDI) and Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI). Implementation of SDGs could uplift Pakistan socially and economically. The education sector in Pakistan needs extensive reforms. In this context, the implementation of SDG-4 is of great importance for Pakistan. The world's countries agreed to adopt a framework for global development. The SDGs aim to wipe out poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity. The SDGs are a universal call to be achieved by the year 2030. The research has been This research paper aims to analyze the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal-4 in the context of Pakistan. The study also provides an overview of SDG-4 from a regional perspective. SDG-4 is one of the seventeen goals of the United Nations Development agenda 2030. The SDGs are a global development framework adopted by UN member countries in 2015, comprising of 17 interrelated goals. This study aims to explore SDG goal 4, which aims to ensure quality education for all. SDG implementation in Pakistan holds great significance because Pakistan does not rank high in the Human Development Index (HDI) and Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI). Implementation of SDGs could uplift Pakistan socially and economically. The education sector in Pakistan needs extensive reforms. In this context, the implementation of SDG-4 is of great importance for Pakistan. The world's countries agreed to adopt a framework for global development. The SDGs aim to wipe out poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity. The SDGs are a universal call to be achieved by the year 2030. The research has been