Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of goals under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2030 Agenda), which is a global development framework adopted by World Leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015. It comprises 17 SDGs with 169 targets and there are 244 indicators used to measure progress towards reaching the targets.

Singapore supports the 2030 Agenda. Co-led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, we undertook our first Voluntary National Review of the SDGs at the UN High-Level Political Forum in July 2018, where we took stock and shared our progress on sustainable development, particularly in areas such as water and sanitation and sustainable cities. For more information on how Singapore supports the 2030 Agenda, please refer to Singapore’s Voluntary National Review 2018 and the SDG microsite by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

To facilitate the reporting and monitoring of the progress in our sustainable development, this SingStat Website page on SDGs provides access to Singapore statistics on SDG targets and indicators. Those indicators identified by the ASEANstats as Priority Indicators are flagged by the ASEAN logo for easy identification.
More statistics will be added progressively when available.

No Poverty Zero Hunger Good Health and Well-Being Quality Education Gender Equality Clean Water and Sanitation
Affordable and Clean Energy Decent Work and Economic Growth Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Reduced Inequalities Sustainable Cities and Communities Responsible Consumption and Production
Climate Action Life Below Water Life on Land Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions Partnerships for the Goals SDG
Guidelines for the Use of SDG Web Materials