What are the priorities of the Saudis living?

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Saudis place the quality of education at the top of their priorities in their living lives and economic aspirations, and a decent job and good health come next, among the United Nations sustainable development goals, according to the results of a survey that measured the priorities of people in 28 leading global economies.Global audience priorities

According to the study conducted by Ipsos in partnership with the World Economic Forum on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, “Zero Hunger”, “Eradication of Poverty” and “Good Health and Well-being” are ranked as the top priorities for the global audience. Aside from “the total eradication of hunger” and “the eradication of poverty”, the 28 countries differ in the order of priorities.

17 goals

In 2015, world leaders agreed on 17 goals (also referred to as the “Sustainable Development Goals”) for a better world by 2030. They engage governments, the private sector, civil society and citizens to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. According to the study, Ipsos asked 20,000 adults from 28 countries to rank 8 sustainable development goals that were randomly selected from among 16 of them, in order of priority for addressing them today. Each of the 16 goals was evaluated.

The survey found remarkable consensus among citizens from all regions of the world when it came to top priorities. The global audience ranks ending hunger and poverty and ensuring healthy lives as top priorities among the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

quality of education

In the first place among the priorities of the Saudis comes “quality education”, then the infrastructure represented by clean water and sanitation, and in the third place comes decent work and economic growth, and in the seventh place comes good health and well-being.

Zero Hunger

‘Zero Hunger’, the sustainable development goal seen as a global priority, ranks first in 20 out of 28 countries and ranks first out of 6 others.

“No to Poverty” is ranked No. 2 globally, ranked first in 4 countries, and is among the top 3 out of 20 other countries.

“Good health and well-being” ranks number 3 globally, ranks first in 4 countries and is among the top 3 out of 13 other countries.

Furthermore, all three of the following priority goals based on the global ranking appear in the top three out of 9 countries: “Clean Water and Sanitation”, “Decent Work and Economic Growth”, and “Quality Education”.

5 goals

Only 5 other SDGs appear in the top three in several countries: “Climate Action” in third place in Britain, and “Protecting life underwater” in third place in Germany; “Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions” ranked third in South Korea; “Reducing inequality” ranked third in Belgium; And “gender equality” is ranked third in India.

Putting people’s priorities in order

the world

1- Good health and well-being

2- Clean water and sanitation

3- Decent work and economic growth

4- Quality education

5- Climate action to address climate change and its impacts

6- Protecting terrestrial ecosystems and combating desertification

7- Conservation of oceans, seas and marine resources

8- Clean and affordable energy

9- Industry, innovation and infrastructure

10- Strengthening societies for sustainable development

11- Reduce income inequality

12- Make cities and human societies inclusive, safe and sustainable

13- Responsible consumption and production

14- Gender equality and women’s empowerment

Saudis

1- Quality education

2- Clean water and sanitation

3- Decent work and economic growth

4- Industry, innovation and infrastructure

5- Strengthening societies for sustainable development

6- Make cities and human societies inclusive, safe and sustainable

7- Good health and well-being

8- Clean and affordable energy

9- Reduce income inequality

10- Responsible consumption and production

11- Climate action to address climate change and its impacts

12- Gender equality and women’s empowerment

13- Conservation of oceans, seas and marine resources

14- Protecting terrestrial ecosystems and combating desertification

Who is responsible for achieving the development goals?

53% of those surveyed said that their countries are responsible for achieving these goals

42% said it was corporate responsibility مسؤولية

40% see it as the responsibility of most people in their country

Expenditures in the first quarter 2021 budget (actual amounts) – billion riyals

sector = allotted

Public Administration Sector 7.09

Education 44.97

Health services and social development 34.41

Municipal Services 6.87

Military sector 43.53

Security sector and administrative regions 22.33

Infrastructure and Transport Sector 10.29

Economic Resources Sector 11.49

General Items Sector 31.23

Total 212.20







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