The United Nations has officially launched the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) mobile app in Spanish.

SDGs in Action was developed to highlight the world’s to-do list to end poverty, reduce inequality and tackle climate change.

The app not only provides detailed information on each of the 17 Goals and their targets, but also makes suggestions and allows you to see the measures being taken around the world to achieve them.

“The app has very specific suggestions for each goal that tell you what citizens can do to contribute to the SDGs. The app will also give you access to news about the SDGs around the world,” said Florencia Soto Niño, Public Information Officer for the United Nations Sustainable Development Section.

SDGs in Action is interactive and allows users to contribute their own ideas and actions to achieve the SDGs. It was developed in collaboration with GSMA, an association representing the interests of 800 mobile operators worldwide, and Project Everyone, a global non-profit campaign.
The app is available on Android and iOS platforms and is called “SDGs in Action.” If you live in a Spanish-speaking country, it will automatically download in Spanish. Otherwise, you will need to change your phone’s settings to access it in this language. The action section can be viewed in all languages, no matter where you are.

The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which presents the 17 SDGs, was unanimously approved at the UN Summit in 2015 and seeks to mobilize efforts over the next 13 years to make the world a better place for all.

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