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SIDS Partnership Framework
Monitoring and ensuring the full implementation of pledges and commitments through partnerships for Small Island Developing States
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  • Second Global SIDS Dialogue
The Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS Conference) was held from 1 to 4 September 2014 in Apia, Samoa. Around 300 Small Island Developing States (SIDS) partnerships were announced towards and during the Conference.

As a direct follow up to SIDS Conference, the 70th session of General Assembly decided to formally establish, through resolution A/70/202, the SIDS Partnership Framework, to monitor and ensure the full implementation of pledges and commitments through partnerships for Small Island developing States, and to encourage new, genuine and durable partnerships for the sustainable development of small island developing States.
2nd Global Multi-stakeholder SIDS Partnership Dialogue
7 June 2017
SUBMIT 2017 PROGRESS REPORT
Reporting template, instructions & submitted progress reports
SIDS Times Newsletter
Now out: September 2017
SIDS Partnership Framework
Monitoring and ensuring the full implementation of pledges and commitments through partnerships for Small Island Developing States
Browse SIDS Partnerships
Around 300 partnerships were registered towards the SIDS Conference in 2014, addressing a range of priority areas.
More on SIDS
Visit the SIDS dedicated page on the Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform for SIDS related reports, publications, statements, meetings, and more.
SAMOA Pathway
Outcome of Third International Conference on SIDS
SIDS Global Business Network
The Small Island Developing States Global Business Network (SIDS-GBN) is an online platform and resource hub to share best practices and lessons learned.
SAMOA Pathway Priority Areas
Sustained and Sustainable, Inclusive and Equitable Economic Growth with Decent Work for All
Climate Change
Sustainable Energy
Disaster Risk Reduction
Oceans and Seas
Food Security and Nutrition
Water and Sanitation
Sustainable Transport
Sustainable Consumption and Production
Management of Chemicals and Waste, including Hazardous Waste
Health and NCDs
Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Social Development
Biodiversity
Invasive Alien Species
Means of Implementation, including Partnerships
SIDS Priorities for the post-2015 Development Agenda
Monitoring and Accountability
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