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SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

Goal 17 seeks to strengthen global partnerships to support and achieve the ambitious targets of the 2030 Agenda, bringing together national governments, the international community, civil society, the private sector and other actors. Despite advances in certain areas, more needs to be done to accelerate progress. All stakeholders will have to refocus and intensify their efforts on areas where progress has been slow.

See more information about this SDG at https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg17

Our projects on SDG 17

A list of articles

  • Strategic initiative for health workforce planning 

    • Institute
    • Project

    KIT Institute designs and implements a technical assistance approach to strengthen health workforce planning and ensure the right health workers are in the right place. Evidence-informed decision-making There is a shortage of health workers in many low-and middle-income countries (LMIC). The workers that are available are often not well distributed – with a concentration of […]

  • KIT Mag is out!

    • News

    The new KIT MAG is out! This annual magazine highlights the collective efforts of all aspects of KIT, and showcases our dedication to fostering an inclusive and sustainable world. Dive in and discover the commitment to positive change that pulses through our building and organisation and unites the many faces of KIT.

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  • Appointment interim CEO

    • News

    KIT has appointed Mark de Kruijk as interim CEO. Mr De Kruijk is taking over from Henri van Eeghen, who announced his resignation as KIT’s CEO last month. Based in Amsterdam, Mark de Kruijk is an established executive and management consultant who has led several organisations in the public and private sectors, including the Westergasfabriek, […]

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  • New Campus Director

    • News

    We are very pleased to announce that Michiel Leijenaar has joined KIT’s management team as Campus Director.  Michiel has worked within the wider cultural sector since 1999. He is in his element where culture, entrepreneurship and serving the public, partners and other stakeholders come together.  Michiel has a long-standing interest in sustainable development. As Chairman […]

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  • CEO Resigns

    • News

    The Supervisory Board of KIT regrets that CEO Henri van Eeghen has tendered his resignation. Over the past eighteen months, Henri has succeeded in putting KIT in a stronger position to pursue our mission for a more inclusive and sustainable world. We are very grateful for his dedicated efforts, which, among other things, have contributed […]

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  • Fundraiser gifts and legacies

    • Vacancy

    Do you want to make an impact that really counts? At KIT, we are passionate about transforming healthcare around the world. Our programs, including the prestigious Master in Public Health & Health Equity, attract health professionals from around the world to Amsterdam every year. But with the demise of the Nuffic OKP program, we need […]

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  • Senior Finance & Control employee

    • Vacancy

    As a Finance & Control employee (32-40 hours), you will play a crucial role in keeping our financial processes running efficiently. We care not only about your experience, but especially about your willingness to grow. With an informal work atmosphere, flexible working hours and plenty of room for personal and professional growth, you will have […]

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  • Fenomenal Funds Learning Partner

    • Institute
    • Project

    Fenomenal Funds (2019-2025) is a five-year feminist funder collaborative that aims to decolonize philanthropic spaces and shift power through pooled, flexible core funding for women’s funds globally. Fenomenal Funds have been working with close to 50 women’s funds from the Prospera International Network of Women’s Funds (INWF), using a shared governance model and participatory grant-making.   […]

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