Sustainable Development Goals(SDG) Targets That Are Necessary for Our Projects.
The goals and targets listed below describe our program’s performance metrics and the results we anticipate achieving in order to improve the quality of project delivery, transparency, and accountability to our contributors and the general public.
(1.) MORE ACCESS TO HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION (SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 4)
We accomplished this by using For the sake of fostering inclusive economic growth and quality jobs for everyone, it is imperative to break the vicious cycle of inadequate education, low productivity, and enduring poverty. For young people in particular, education serves as a method of securing a good job in addition to being an end in and of itself. Lifelong learning is also essential to keep up with the evolving skill requirements for the labor market. In the context of globalization, skill development is also crucial for addressing possibilities and challenges to meet the demands of changing economies and new technology.
(2.) AMPLIFICATION OF ACCESS TO WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE (SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 6.1 & 6.2)
We have achieved this by building wells, restrooms, rainwater collection systems, and other small-scale water systems; restoring drinking water sources; or launching awareness- and education-raising campaigns that encourage healthy hygiene habits. The quality of the ecosystem, human health, education, and economic development are all significantly impacted by having access to safe drinking water, adequate sanitation, and enhanced hygiene. Reducing disease, promoting improved health, eradicating poverty, and creating new chances for growth are all benefits of addressing WASH concerns with local people through physical access improvements and/or supporting behavioral change.