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How to build a framework to track SDG progress at a national level

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Presentation by Minister José Molinas Vega, on how the government of Paraguay used the Social Progress Index to build a framework to track national progress towards the SDGs.

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How to build a framework to track SDG progress at a national level

  1. 1. SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX ANDTHE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF PARAGUAY
  2. 2. PARAGUAY Capital:Asuncion Population: 7 million Population under 30 years: 58% (2017) Official Languages: Spanish and Guarani Area: 406,752 km2 Climate:Tropical Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic GDP pc: 5,303 USD (2004 prices) Poverty Rate: 26% (2017) SPI ranking: 60th (2017)
  3. 3. Paraguay Best known worldwide for…
  4. 4. PARAGUAY’S NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2030
  5. 5. Vision of Paraguay 2030 • A competitive Paraguay, ranked among the most efficient producers of food • Worldwide vision, with vibrant and innovative industries, employing highly qualified workforce • Provider of high technology in a knowledge economy • Connected and open to neighbors and the world • Indices of social development in the highest ranks of South America • Environmentally and economically sustainable • A high level of legal and public security • Attention to indigenous peoples, a strong role of women in the society, and young trained visionaries leading the country • A supportive and transparent state that promotes equal opportunity
  6. 6. 0 92% National Development Plan alignment with SDGs
  7. 7. GLOBAL SPI &THE PARAGUAYAN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
  8. 8. SPI indicators track 38 Paraguay targets through 2030 A. Human basic needs A.1 Nutrition and basic medical care A.2 Water and sanitation A.3 Shelter A.4 Personal safety # of NDP Targets 4 targets 2 targets 4 targets 3 targets
  9. 9. B. Foundations of wellbeing B.1 Access to basic knowledge B.2 Access to information and communication B.3 Health and wellness B.4 Environmental quality # of NDP targets 4 targets 1 target 3 targets 6 targets SPI indicators track 38 Paraguay targets through 2030
  10. 10. C. Opportunities C.1 Personal rights C.2 Personal freedom and choice C.3 Tolerance e inclusion C.4 Advanced education # of NDP targets 2 targets 3 targets 4 targets 2 targets SPI indicators track 38 Paraguay targets through 2030
  11. 11. 19 PARAGUAY’S SPI BY DEPARTAMENTS
  12. 12. PARAGUAYAN ADOPTION OFTHE SPI • Paraguay became the first country to officially adopt the SPI as a wellbeing monitoring tool with Decree No. 11946/13, issued by President Horacio Cartes • The Secretariat of Planning for Economic and Social Development (STP) is the institution in charge of the design of the national version of the SPI and of updating the index each year • Adoption of the index was carried out in close collaboration with civil society members
  13. 13. SPI DEPARTAMENTS PARAGUAY • Index was built for each of Paraguay’s 17 departments and the capital city of Asuncion • Composed by 39 indicators that reflect national & international development priorities Highly aligned with the objectives of the National Development Plan 2030 Completely aligned with ODS • Feed with national data (primary source) which updates annually • Useful for monitoring the effectiveness of public policy at the regional level • Calls for all sectors to contribute to the development of the country
  14. 14. Nutrition and Basic Medical Care  Access to formal healthcare  Infant mortality rate (< 5 years)  Infant mortality rate (< 1 year)  Neonatal mortality rate  Maternal mortality rate Water and Sanitation  Access to improved water  Rural access to improved water  Urban access to improved water  Access to improved sanitation Shelter  Adequate housing  Access to electricity  Access to improved cooking fuel Personal Safety  Traffic deaths rate  Homicide rate Access to basic knowledge  Adult’s literacy  Children enrolled in school (5 years old)  Children enrolled in school (6 - 9 years old)  Children enrolled in school (10 – 14 years old)  Children enrolled in school (15 – 17 years old)  Females enrolled in school (9 – 17 years old) Access to Information and Communication  Access to telephone  Access to internet  Access to TV with cable or antenna Health and Wellness  Death rate from communicable diseases  Suicide rate  Death rate from non-communicable diseases Environmental Quality  Adequate trash collection  Deforestation rate Personal Rights  Access to own house  Access to adequate job Personal Freedom and Choice  Number of birth from young women  Child labor Tolerance and Inclusion  Guarani speakers access to education (5 years old)  Guarani speakers access to education (6 - 9 years old)  Guarani speakers access to education (10 – 14 Years old)  Guarani speakers access to education (15 - 17 years old)  Guarani speakers with more than 12 years of schooling Advanced Education  Adult population with more than 15 years of schooling  Adult females with more than 15 years of schooling  Adult population with more than 12 years of schooling Human Basic Needs Opportunities Social Progress Index Foundations of Wellbeing SPI DEP-PRY INDICATORS
  15. 15. SPI DEP-PRY: DATA SOURCES • EPH: Permanent Household Survey • MSPBS: Ministry of Health • SEAM: Secretary of the Environment
  16. 16. 24 SPI DEPARTAMENTS OF PARAGUAY RESULTS
  17. 17. SPI DEP-PRY vs. Poverty Rate 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% SPIDEP-PRYScore Poverty Rate SPI DEP-PRY SCORE - POVERTY RATE (2016) Correlation: -0.57

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