Cambodia’s VNR 2023 shows that Cambodia has made significant progress on 72.9% of all indicators

In 2023, Cambodia released its second Voluntary National Review (VNR), which assesses the country’s progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The report found that Cambodia has made significant progress on 72.9% of all indicators, with 8 out of 9 indicators on track for poverty reduction, 11 out of 16 indicators on track for quality education, 11 out of 16 indicators on track for gender equality, and 4 out of 4 indicators on track for affordable and clean energy.

Despite these challenges, Cambodia is committed to achieving the SDGs by 2030. The government has taken a number of steps to accelerate progress, including integrating the SDGs into national policymaking and mobilizing resources for sustainable development. Cambodia is also working to address the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the invasion of Ukraine, and global warming.

Overall, Cambodia’s VNR 2023 is a positive report that shows that the country is on track to achieve many of the SDGs. However, there are still some challenges to be addressed, such as food insecurity, high rates of teenage pregnancy, and maternal mortality. The Cambodian government is committed to addressing these challenges and achieving the SDGs by 2030. 

Cambodia’s 2023 VNR reports significant progress on 72.9% of SDG indicators, with gains in poverty reduction, education, and energy. However, challenges remain in areas like tourism, gender equality, clean water, and deforestation. Cambodia is committed to “leave no one behind” and is working to address these challenges while focusing on achieving all SDGs by 2030.


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