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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Roadmap to realize 2030 sustainable development goals

Updated: 08:48’ - 06/07/2019
The country will fundamentally eradicate hunger by 2020 and totally get rid of hunger by 2025. 

Such goals are provided in Prime Minister Decision 681/QD-TTg dated June 5, which sets a roadmap to achieve the country’s sustainable development goals through 2030 set forth in Decision 622/QD-TTg of 2017.

The average income per capita of rural residents will reach VND 43 million by 2020 and VND 60 million by 2025__Photo: VNA

Under the Decision, the average income per capita of rural residents will reach VND 43 million by 2020 and VND 60 million by 2025. By 2030, it is targeted to reach VND 90 million, thereby fulfilling the goal of increasing the labor productivity in agricultural sector and farmers’ income by 1.5 times.

In the upcoming year, all teachers will meet the standards of training qualifications. Meanwhile, 80 percent of schools will be able to provide teaching programs on gender, prevention of violence and abuse, and provision of knowledge about HIV. There will be 90 percent and 100 percent of schools providing such programs by 2025 and 2030, respectively.

Regarding gender equality, it is targeted to create more opportunities for women and girls and considerably eliminate all forms of violence against them in public places  and private spaces.

Specifically, by 2020, 70 percent of cases involving violence against women will be promptly detected and stopped. The rate of detected cases will reach 80 percent and 90 percent by 2025 and 2030, respectively. Meanwhile, all acts of violence against girls will be promptly detected, informed and stopped by 2020.

In order to ensure sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth and full and productive employment and decent work for all people, the GDP growth rate will be maintained at 5-6 percent during 2020-30. Meanwhile, per-capita GDP will increase by 4-4.5 percent per year, and the labor productivity growth rate will be kept at 5 percent annually.

Under the Decision, ministries and agencies are responsible for working out specific plans and programs to fulfill the goals  not yet mentioned in the roadmap in accordance with the approved agenda program on sustainable development.- (VLLF)

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