Dimapur, September 3: A district-level workshop for taking forward the SDGs was held at DC conference hall, Noklak on September 2.
Deputy Commissioner Haiku Meru, in his keynote address, introduced the SDGs and dwelt on the importance of data collection at the district level. He said that as the youngest district of Nagaland, the SDGs are very important for inclusive development. He also shared about the key priority areas for the district, which includes road connectivity, IT quality healthcare and education.
A PowerPoint presentation was made by SDGs Officer, SDG coordination Centre, planning & coordination Department, MS Abilo Humtsoe on SDG localization and integration with a focus on Noklak District. She shared about the state and district levels institutional mechanism and strategy for SDG implementation and District indicator Frame work for monitoring the SDGs.
She also highlighted the importance of having separate data collection for Noklak district for monitoring the progress of the SDG of the SDGs at the district level
This was followed by interactive session which was taken by SDGs Consultant, SDG coordination centre, planning & coordination Department, Zitin Munshi. This session consisted of interactive exercises for identifying the priority areas and viable local level solutions for Noklak district for all relevant departments.
(Page News Service)