About SDNF

Sustainable Development Networking Foundation (SDNF) is a transformed entity of Sustainable Development Networking Program (SDNP 1997-2006) a project initiated by UNDP, Bangladesh Country Office under the umbrella program of Sustainable Environment Management Program (SEMP) and implemented by Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) of Ministry of Planning. The project was administered by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Bangladesh. After the completion of the UNDP funded project period over 2006 an Individual trust was formed (SDNF) which registered under the Societies Registration Act of -1860 and continuing the works of SDNP. As of its various activities, SDNF now running Bangladesh Internet Exchange (BDIX) a National Internet Exchange of Bangladesh and a Nationwide ISP. Read More

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
  • No Poverty
  • Zero Hunger
  • Good Health & Well-Being
  • Quality Education
  • Gender Equality
  • Clean Water & Sanitation
  • Affordable Clean Energy
  • Decent Work & Economic Growth
  • Industry, Innovation, Infrastructure

SDG goals: all you need to know

17 Goals 169 targets.

Vision to put people and planet on a sustainable path by 2030

comprise of 169 targets and will guide policy and funding for the next 15 years. Building on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the Goals include new areas such as economic inequality, innovation, climate change, sustainable consumption. Read More

SDG in Action

Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges for Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a surprisingly good track record for growth and development which has been accompanied by significant poverty reduction and profound social transformation. But, there is no denying the fact that there are serious challenges in the economic front for this country. Read More

From MDG to SDG

MDG: Achievements on poverty and hunger

The millennium development goals expire in 2015, to be replaced by the sustainable development goals. What have the MDGs achieved? How have they worked in practice? And what remains to be done? The first MDG set out to halve 1990 poverty and hunger rates by the end of this year. As the deadline approaches, we look at what progress has been made. Read More

Post 2015 Agenda

This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity.

Eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development. This is an Agenda of unprecedented scope and significance.It is accepted by all countries and is applicable to all. Read More