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Government Of Assam Transformation and Development


UN General Assembly under official agenda “Transforming our World: 2030”, has adopted 17 SDGs with 169 Targets on 25th September, 2015 for Sustainable Development agreed upon by 193 countries. The Government of India is one of the signatories of the resolution among these countries. This transition from Millennium Development Goals to a set of new goals, that balance the three dimensions of sustainable development- Environment, Social and Economic will stimulate action over the next fifteen years on People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership.

Recognising the great beneficial impacts of SDGs on health, prosperity and wellbeing of every citizen of Assam and also on conservation of the State’s unique bio-diversity, Government of Assam has adopted the SDGs with effect from 1st January, 2016 and started to take innovative steps for fulfilment of Hon’ble Chief Minister’s highly ambitious Vision, Sabka Sath Sabka Vikash with the aim that ‘no one is left behind’.