Measuring and Monitoring the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda



More than 300 cities from 12 countries have joined this Initiative

The City Prosperity Initiative is both a metric and a policy dialogue, which offers cities from developed and developing countries the possibility to create indicators and baseline information, often for the first time. It serves to define targets and goals that can support the formulation of evidence-based policies, including the definition of city-visions and long-term plans that are both ambitious, and measurable. To date more than 300 cities from 12 countries have joined this initiative that has the potential to become the global and local monitoring tool of the Sustainable Development Goal on cities