In November 2018, the Pardee Center produced Sustainable Development Goals Report: Egypt 2030 for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and these strategic partners: Ministry of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform (MoPMAR), Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), and the National Institute of Planning (NIP). The report explores Egypt’s current development trajectory to 2030 across areas of human and economic development. It presents five alternative scenarios designed to help explore the impacts of different policy approaches. Using the IFs modeling platform, these scenarios are evaluated in terms of their ability to accelerate Egypt’s development progress and help the country achieve the targets set by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Pardee Center authors are David K. Bohl, Taylor L. Hanna, Andrew C. Scott, Jonathan D. Moyer, and Steve G. Hedden. They received support from the UNDP team of Pedro Conceição, Sylvain Merlen, Tasneem Mizra, and Nermine Mohamed Wally.
How to cite this report: Bohl, D. K., Hanna, T., Scott, A. C., Moyer, J. D., & Hedden, S. G. (2018). Sustainable Development Goals Report: Egypt 2030. Denver, CO and New York, NY: Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures and United Nations Development Programme.
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