The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), through its Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DSDG), has included El Día Después as a Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Good Practice in the Partnerships category.
With the publication of these experiences, the United Nations seeks to showcase good practices, success stories and lessons learned from the SDGs in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. They also hope to showcase recovery efforts from the Covid-19 pandemic and accelerating progress towards the Decade of Action to achieve the SDGs.
An inter-agency team composed of experts from various UN agencies has been in charge of selecting, from all the proposals submitted, those that have finally been included in the selection of “SDG Good Practices”.
El Día Después was recognized in the UN’s call for “good practices” because of the work they have been doing. Other highlighted examples include good practices developed by governments, UN entities, international and regional organizations and other actors since the adoption of the 2030 Agenda in 2015.
As DSDG acknowledges, over the years “many entities have gained in-depth knowledge and experience and have taken innovative steps to implement this ambitious framework”. This call has sought to showcase inspiring developments and success stories that are showing results and impact around the world, particularly those that could be replicated or scaled up elsewhere to address existing gaps and constraints.
A total of 264 experiences from all over the world have been recognized and organized in 12 categories. El Día Después is one of the 15 initiatives selected as good practices in the field of partnerships.