My work is devoted to analyzing the difficulties in implementing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in practice. In order to advance the research and practice of this issue, the obstacles to this process should be discussed. To research this question, I have chosen a resource describing the results of health professionals’ meetings aiming at discussing the challenges of achieving health-related SDGs (Aftab et al., 2020). The paper states the impact of particular goals implementation in low-income countries (Aftab et al., 2020). The resource provides both positive and negative aspects of SDGs implementation, emphasizing the obstacles to planning development. According to the statistics, the most vital problem occurs on the level of civil society involvement and domestic financing (Aftab et al., 2020). The plan to overcome mentioned challenges is offered in the paper. Moreover, a discussion related to the health sphere SDGs contributes to the complete analysis of described cases.
Considering the progress of my research, it should be mentioned that I have found a prevalent number of resources. The analysis of the suitable sources turned out to be a pretty challenging and time-consuming procedure. During the search for information, I faced particular problems. One of them is the diversity of opinions and results within scientific works. It is challenging to make specific conclusions when the information is heterogeneous. To cope with this difficulty, I try to disentangle the common aspects of research to use reliable data within my analysis. Choosing the appropriate resources is also difficult due to the differences in approaches used in them. Moreover, even though much research on the SDGs exists, less information is specifically about the good health and well-being section.
Aftab, W., Bhutta, Z., Causevic, S., Friberg, P., Huicho, L., Khamis, A., Lindgren-Garcia, J., Mogilevskii, R., Shah, M., Siddiqi, S., & Siddiqui, F. (2020). Global strategies and local implementation of health and health-related SDGs: lessons from consultation in countries across five regions. MJ Global Health, 5, 1-9. Web.