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What does SDP stand for?

SDP stands for Sustainable Development Plan (various locations)

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The social dimension was the focus of the government's sustainable development plans in the past years and the Sultanate recorded outstanding achievements in all social sectors, especially the health and education.
Qatar has an unambiguous sustainable development plan which addresses social, environmental and economic factors in terms of the utilisation of natural resources and also has a clear vision of the society it wishes to create," he said.
Ban Ki-moon reiterated the need to intensify international efforts to eradicate poverty and noted that the UN still has a long way to go to achieve its new goals and a sustainable development plan beyond 2015.
Approach: The FATA Development Programme is anchored in the FATA Sustainable Development Plan (2006-2015) and operates in accordance with the Post Crisis Needs Assessment (PCNA).
The seminar aimed at highlighting the quantity and quality of produced water associated with oil, assess the possibility of using this water as unconventional source of water that can be used for industrial and agricultural purposes, as well as to discuss the role of oil in water sustainable development plans for the region and highlighting the water situation in the Al Waste Governorate and its surrounding areas.
He said, "To stimulate action in this direction, we should accelerate the sustainable development plans for all countries with a focus on providing the necessary means for developing countries, taking into account the priorities and national circumstances to promote action on climate through the plans and solutions that can be implemented.