Last Update: December 2017
Institutional Framework Database for Social Policy
in Latin America and the Caribbean
implementation of the 2030 Agenda
The United Nations Regional Commissions have been identified as an important space to advance discussions at the regional level for the implementation and monitoring of global agendas. In this context, the countries of the region created the Forum of Latin American and Caribbean Countries for Sustainable Development following Resolution 700 (XXXVI) approved in May 2016 at ECLAC’s 36th Period of Sessions. This forum acts as a regional mechanism to assess the implementation and monitoring of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the SDGs, their goals and means of implementation, and the Addis Ababa Action Plan of Financing for Development.


Summary of national 2030 Agenda follow-up mechanisms
Country Coordinating agency Ad hoc Secretariat
Argentina National Council for Social Policy Coordination No National Council for Social Policy Coordination
Bahamas National Development Council Si Economic Development and Planning Unit, established within the Office of the Prime Minister
Belize Ministry of Finance and Economic Development No Policy and Planning Unit, Ministry of Economic Development
Brazil National Commission for the Sustainable Development Goals Si Government Secretariat of the Office of the President
Colombia High-level Inter-Agency Commission for the Preparation and Effective Implementation of the Post-2015 Development Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals Si National Planning Department
Chile National Council for Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Si Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Costa Rica High-Level National Coordinating Committee for the Sustainable Development Goals Si Ministry of National Planning and Economic Policy
El Salvador Monitoring and Monitoring System for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Si Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Technical and Planning Secretariat of the Presidency (SETEPLAN)
Guatemala National Council for Urban and Rural Development (CONADUR) No Secretariat for Planning and Programming of the Office of the President (SEGEPLAN)
Honduras Presidential Directorate for Strategic Planning, Budget and Public Investment No General Coordination Secretariat of Government
Jamaica Inter-Ministerial Working Group No Planning Institute of Jamaica
Mexico National Council for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Si Office of the President INEGI (CTEODS)
Panama Inter-Agency and Civil Society Commission for the Support and Follow-up of the Sustainable Development Goals Si Social Cabinet
Panama Multisectoral Coordinating Committee for Plan Panama 2030 in the Framework of the Sustainable Development Goals Si Social Cabinet
Paraguay Inter-Agency Coordinating Committee for the Implementation, Follow-up and Monitoring of the International Commitments Accepted by the Country in the Framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Si Technical Secretariat for Economic and Social Development Planning
Peru Intersectoral Commission for Follow-up of the 2030 Agenda Si Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Dominican Republic High-level Inter-Agency Commission for Sustainable Development Si Ministry of the Economy, Planning and Development
Uruguay Planning and Budget Office No Office of Planning and Budget
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Council of Vice-Presidents No Executive vice-president


Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official information from the countries
a/ Unofficial information obtained from the presentation by Mr. Travis Reid, an economic development specialist with the Planning Institute of Jamaica, at the international seminar titled Challenges of Planning in Latin America and the Caribbean in the Framework of the 2030 Agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals, Santiago, 24 November 2016.

Information extracted from Annual report on regional progress and challenges in relation to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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