Lesotho takes lead in UN SDGs survey – Report

Lesotho has garnered a total of 20,000 responses from Basotho about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during “My World Survey” organised by the United Nations in southern Africa, making it the country with the largest number of participants in the region, APA learns here on Wednesday.The survey started in October last year and ended in May 2015 with an assistance of the UN volunteers based in all the 10 districts of Lesotho.

The report says Lesotho was followed by South Africa and Zimbabwe.

About 35 countries in Africa took part in the survey and a total of 205 countries globally.


Posted by: APA Posted date : September 23, 2015 at 1:08 pm UTC