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Marsabit County SDGs Voluntary county reporting

County Government of Marsabit

The county governments have great responsibility in the provision of key services most of which are essential to the attainment of SDGs targets. With increased allocation of resources to the counties, it is expected that County governments will sufficiently address SDGs through the formulation and implementation of county development plans that give priority to the off-track SDG targets in their respective counties. Marsabit County has made substantial progress in SDGs implementation in the last 2 years, it was among the first county to mainstream SDGs in her first-generation CIDP. The county also mainstreamed SDGs in the Second generation CIDP. In line with this, the county also aligns the Annual Development Plans and sector plans with SDGs.
The SDGs Report is expected to show what steps the county has taken to implement the 2030 Agenda, including the goals and targets, and provide an assessment of the results on the ground. Implementation needs to be more visible over time and the county should indicate exactly what concrete, tangible steps it has taken to ensure that the 2030 Agenda is met.
The review has linked the county government with other International and national agreements such as Africa Agenda 2063, Sendai Framework and Vision 2030.
The county has been supported by various stakeholders such as UNDP, EU, and WFP, WHO, FAO World bank among others.

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