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October 25th, 2018
Dubai Land Department Organises Technical Workshop on Data Collection for SDG Land Indicators

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Dubai Land Department (DLD) recently organised a technical workshop on data collection for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Land Indicators in cooperation with UN Habitat. The workshop was held over two days and aimed to discuss land indicators and standards as a priority in sustainable development goals and national voluntary reporting, as well as when facing sustainable challenges in developing countries. Read More at Zawya