Sustainable Development Goals

To achieve the UN SDGs is one of our role. as the UN SG Antonio Gueterres said during the launch of the UN New youth strategies that:”to achieve the UN SDGs we must start by engaging youth”.

We’ll work on 5 SDGs in 10years.

  • No Poverty
  • Zero hunger
  • Quality Education
  • Gender Equality
  • Climate Action

Improve livelihoods by harnessing innovation, technology and the potential of business. More diversified economies, with equal opportunities for all, can drive social inclusion, especially for young people, and foster respect for the environment.

Create Awareness.

Social media has become an integral part of daily life, and now is the time to use it as a voice of social good. Sharing links on Facebook, Twitter and other platforms will allow people to learn more about global poverty and will increase the general consciousness of the issue.

Take Action on Your Own.

There are a few simple ways we can help as individuals, such as funding a poor child’s education or by sponsoring a poor family and influencing others to do so. Raising money and donating it to a nonprofit can help as well.

Put those furthest behind first.

To realize the full potential of our globalized economy, national governments must expand social protection schemes for the most vulnerable. Providing this opportunity for equitable economic growth will raise the purchasing power of the poorest 2 billion people, which in turn will create incremental demand, generate new jobs and jump-start local economies. Investing in inclusive development isn’t just the right thing to do, it makes good business sense too.

Services transformation focuses on creating new education products and transforming existing products into digital ones. This usually means converting offline lectures into video ones, creating digital texts and quizzes. Moreover, it includes providing digital means for communication between students and teachers.

Quality education brings about transformation of body, mind, heart and spirit. Since a policy is a present decision for future action, a relevant Education Policy can become a critical and effective change agent for the transformation of Rwanda and its people.

Talk to women and girls.

A fundamental reason we have not yet achieved gender equality in every realm is that women and girls’ voices are too often excluded from global and national decision-making. When programs and policies are designed without women’s needs central to their foundation, we’re setting ourselves up to fail.

Stop child marriage and sexual harassment.

If we want girls to be able to complete education, we have to end child marriage. We also have to seriously address sexual harassment of girls

Use social media for good. Social media tools need re-engineering to help people make sense of the world, support democratic processes, and build communities around societal goals. Make this your mission.

Become genuine climate guardians- Everyone’s participation is more needful in order to change the perception of those who don’t know that global warming is real.

Design for future on earth by making low carbon design default- Almost everything is designed with computer software, from buildings to mobile phones to consumer packaging. It is time to make zero-carbon design the new default and design products for sharing, re-use and disassembly.