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The SDGs in the municipal map

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In the workshop held in Chefchaouen (Morocco) on 3-6 March 2017, a methodology for the localization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was developed based on the Communal Action Plan. Participants prioritized municipal projects based on a set of criteria, which enabled a visualization of the social, economic, environmental, cultural and human dimensions of actions and municipal investment for the coming years. Over 40 community leaders and municipal staff in Chefchaouen assessed the impact of the 63 projects belonging to the Communal Action Plan and municipal budget. Participants classified the actions according to a framework of dialogue on sustainability, which enables the impact of the SDGs across the territory to be evaluated, in particular in its urban area and neighborhoods. The document outlines the methodology and the outcome of the workshop, with key aspects, maps and infographics A. Create awareness B. Localize and align the SDGs C. Territorialize and map D. Implement and monitor It provides a concrete example of what the localization of the SDGs can look like at the municipal level.

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