Sustainable Development Goals in Health care System.
Sustainable development goals are a universal call to end poverty, safeguard the planet and make sure everyone enjoys peace and prosperity.
The General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development in September 2015 which includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals;
Goal 1-No poverty
Goal 2-Zero Hunger
Goal 3-Good health and well-being
Goal 4-Quality Education
Goal 5-Gender Equality
Goal 6-Clean water and sanitation
Goal 7-Affordable and Clean energy
Goal 8-Decent work and Economic growth
Goal 9-Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Goal 10-Reduced Inequality
Goal 11-Sustainable cities and communities
Goal 12-Responsible consumption and production
Goal 13-Climate action
Goal 14-Life below water
Goal 15-Life on land
Goal16-Peace and Justice strong institutions
Goal 17-Partnerships to achieve the goal.
Sustainable Development Goal 3 is to ensure good health and well-being of every individual on planet Earth.
Good health is essential to sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda reflects the complexity and interconnectedness of both good health and well-being. It takes into account widening economic and social inequalities, rapid urbanization, threats to the climate and the environment, the continuing burden of HIV and other Infectious diseases, and emerging challenges like non communicable diseases.
Universal health coverage will be integral to achieving good health and well-being, ending poverty and reducing inequalities.