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Government Of Assam Transformation and Development

Introduction

Since adoption of SDGs, the development paradigm of the state has been aimed to fully integrate the 5Ps- People , Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership in its plans from 2016-17 onwards.
Assam adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)  with a Government order dated 28th December,2015. as a pathway for comprehensive and planned development of Assam. This makes the Government of Assam one of the first Governments in the country to initiate a process of integrating SDGs in the development of a state.
In the journey towards achieveing the SDGs, the Transformation and Development Department in the Government was declared as Nodal Department and set up the Centre for Sustainable Development Goals as knowledge centre to co-ordinate with the Nodal Department, other government departments, UN Agencies, academia and civil society organisations. Government of Assam firstly released Assam Vision 2030 in Feburary, 2016, Assam 2030: Our dreams, Our commitments in October, 2016 and worked for preparation of strategic and action plan for each and every department of the Government from May, 2016 onwards and finally released Assam Agenda 2030- a documentof strategies and actiona for achieving SDG by 2030 in April 2018. This document was presented in a 2 days workshop of Hon’ble Members of Assam Legislative Assembly in March 2018 and discussed at the floor of Assembly for 5 days during March-April 2018 in which more than 40 Hon’ble Members participated and in that context Assam Assembly was probably the 1st State Assembly to take up discussions on SDG’s for 5 days in a session.
Realising the importance of capacity building of state machinery for achieving the SDGs, the Centre for SDG has been engaged in conducting orientation cum training workshops for senior, middle and district level officers from 2016-17 onwards continuously, and so far it has conducted over 40 training programmes, a series of workshops and seminars to some of which officers from NITI Aayog have also been presented. One of our sincere efforts was for implementing SDGs, has been, forging the partnerships with UN Agencies especially UNDP, UNICEF, WHO, UNRC, WB, Academic Institutions of repute like IIT-Guwahati, TISS-Guwahati, State Universities, NIRD, SIPRD, TERRI etc. besides Corporate, Civil Society Organisations etc.