African NRENs and UN SDGS: featured in CONNECT43


A shorted version of the AfricaConnect3 paper on African RENs’ contributions to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals has been featured on the latest CONNECT Magazine from GÉANT, CONNECT43, on pages 55-56.

In 2015, the world agreed on a common direction: create a better and more sustainable world, through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 193 countries, meeting at the UN General Assembly, agreed to make the world a better place by 2030. The SDGs have since become a benchmark for measuring the efforts of countries and organisations towards making the world a better place to live. The tick of the clock shows that the world has seven years left to attain the 17 Global Goals; and the interests of policy decision-makers and funding organisations have heightened.

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