Data, technology, and advisory solutions for a sustainable future.
To achieve the 2030 Agenda, national and sub-national country governments must localize, monitor, communicate, and manage for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In support of these complex processes, we offer a suite of advisory, technology, and communication services designed to amplify national roadmap and institutionalization processes.
Stakeholder Ecosystem Mapping
This in-depth mapping, with one-on-one interviews and focus groups, will provide a detailed analysis of key actors, ministries, and organizations involved in the national SDG agenda.
Data Analytics & Quality Services
From trend and indicator analyses, to dataset quality assessments, to indicator selection and weighting, DG data scientists can provide critical data advisory services.
Training and Capacity Development
DG brings good practices from training and empowering thousands of government, development partner, and civil society officials
on new technology and process directives.
Change Management and Sustainability
DG offers support in creating policies, raising awareness, and demonstrating use cases for information created through the program – key
to institutionalizing any new process or tool.
SDG Tracking Platform
The SDG Tracker is a customizable, whole-of-government technical tool for monitoring – and managing for – the SDGs. This tool, customized based on each governments' unique needs, pulls from existing data sources on indicators and investments to display national priority areas in easy-to-understand charts, graphs, and maps.
Prototype Kenya SDG Tracker
The platform allows national and sub-national officials to manage for results, and can serve as a point of engagement with citizens and the public.
Interested in discussing this further? Please contact us for a conversation about your 2030 Goals.
The Latest SDG Stories
Countdown to 2030: Accelerating Momentum towards Ending Preventable Maternal, Newborn, and Child Deaths with UNICEF
DG is pleased to announce the recent launch of the Countdown 2030 Country Dashboards and Profiles.
When it comes to technology and innovation, we often joke that the development sector lags at least 5 years behind the private sector. Worse still, in an effort to catch up, development agencies risk falling prey to fads, buzzwords, and endless jargon. The result is a staggering number of abandoned technology pilots, a paucity of evidence on what actually works, and a nagging feeling that technology is happening in spite of development agencies rather than being enabled by them.
Food security, or people’s access to “sufficient, safe, and nutritious food,” remains a global challenge. Lack of access to nutritious food is not only more likely to affect those already facing difficulties such as poverty, economic shock and public health crises; when communities do not have adequate access to nutrition, they have a harder time fighting back against these challenges.