CENN, with the support of the German government, is supporting the multi-stakeholder dialogue and brings together non-governmental organizations from various fields to strengthen CSO engagement in the SDGs implementation process across the country.
For the first joint meeting of CSOs representing all four Thematic Working Groups of the SDG Council of Georgia up to 20 non-governmental civil society organisations discussed their involvement in monitoring and reporting Georgia’s progress toward global Sustainable Development Goals.
Within the project, CENN plans a consistent process to strengthen Thematic Working Group member CSOs, and build a strong community that comes together under one goal of boosting SDG implementation in the country.
Further steps include expert support to develop analysis, recommendations, and guidelines for CSOs and the SDG Secretariat on methods ensuring CSO involvement, which is crucial under the SDGs’ global agreement values. Capacity-building activities will increase the capacities of CSOs to monitor SDG implementation and link their activities with SDGs to be reflected in the VNR and annual monitoring report.
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