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Sustainable Development Target 09.5 enhance scientific research, upgrade the technological capabilities of industrial sectors in all countries, particularly developing countries, including by 2030 encouraging innovation and increasing the number of R&D workers per one million people by x% and public and private R&D spending
#tagcoding hashtag: #sdt095

How to achieve? Where is action needed?

For open data regarding this target see #SDG9 - Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.

Several articles of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda or the New Urban Agenda describe possible initiatives. If these articles are not listed here, then look them up via Search the Actor Atlas using one or more of these terms developing-countries industrial-sectors r&d-workers scientific-research technological-capabilities.

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In other languages

Spanish: #sdt095 - Aumentar la investigación científica y mejorar la capacidad tecnológica de los sectores industriales de todos
French: #sdt095 - Renforcer la recherche scientifique, perfectionner les capacités technologiques des secteurs industriels de tous ....
Russian: #sdt095 - Активизировать научные исследования, наращивать технологический потенциал промышленных секторов во всех странах, ...
Chinese: #sdt095 - 在所有国家,特别是发展中国家,加强科学研究,提升工业部门的技术能力,包括到2030年,鼓励创新,大幅增加每100万人口中的研发人员数量,并增加公共和私人研发支出
Arabic: #sdt095 - تعزيز البحل العلم وتحس القدرات التكنولوجية في القطاعات الصناعية في جميع البلدان، ولا سيما البلدان النامية، بما في ...

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