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Last week, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia concluded its 29th ministerial session that took place in Doha from Dec. 13 to 15 .The 29th meeting featured the implementation of a 2030 sustainable development plan for the Arab World. The main outcomes were the "Doha Declaration" to implement the 2030 development agenda for the Arab world, the adoption of six resolutions from the Agenda 2030 and a two-year work plan.The project is expected to help in facing the different challenges to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5 on gender.The issue of sustainable development has grown through the decades to become a global issue reaching many international platforms.The declaration has indeed tackled this, yet it remains, as many other declarations, so vague in providing clear direction, so late in addressing the region's particular problems and so dull in attracting public attention.The challenge remains how to use effectively and to improve such frameworks in order to make better decisions and reach the aspired development.
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