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Sustainable development goals

1. No poverty
2. Zero hunger
3. Good health and wellbeing
4. Quality education
5. Gender equality
6. Clean water and sanitation
8. Decent work and economic growth
16. Peace, justice and strong institutions


1. No poverty

-Aims to eradicate extreme poverty for all by 2030.
-Aims to ensure all people have equal rights and access to social protection systems.
-Aims to reduce vulnerability of the poor in situations that increase poverty such as natural disasters.


1. No poverty

-Millions of people are still living in extreme poverty globally, which means they experience deprivation in affording food, shelter, healthcare, water, sanitation and education.
-People living in poverty are less able to participate in making decisions which effects their lives


2. Zero hunger

-Aims to end all forms of hunger and malnutrition by ensuring all people have access to safe, nutritious food all year round.
-Aims to address trade restrictions that disadvantage farmers, particularly in developing countries


2. Zero hunger

-Millions of people globally experience chronic hunger and malnutrition, resulting in high mortality rates.
-Malnutrition and hunger results in stunting and weakened immune system functioning, resulting in high levels of illness and disease such as diarrhoea.
-When children get sick from these illnesses it results in them missing school and adults missing work


3. Good health and wellbeing

-Aims to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing in all countries By reducing morbidity and mortality due to common causes.
-Aims to reduce injuries and death from road trauma as well as address substance abuse.
-Aims to ensure universal health coverage and access to sexual reproductive healthcare services


3. Good health and wellbeing

-Millions of people die globally from preventable diseases.
-Maternal mortality rates are high in developing countries due to reduced access to healthcare.
-Infant and child mortality rates are also high in developing countries due to unsafe water, lack of food and reduced access to healthcare and immunisations


4. Quality education

-Aims to ensure everyone has access to quality education from pre-primary to tertiary.
-Aims to ensure all people receive education in numeracy and literacy.
-Aims to increase skills for employment and decent jobs


4. Quality education

-Millions of children in developing countries don't attend school and have low literacy rates and numeracy skills.
-Girls are less likely to receive an education, contributing to gender inequality and poverty.
-Reduced literacy and numeracy often results in reducing ability to have meaningful employment, resulting in poverty.


5. Gender equality

-Aims to ensure equal opportunities for both males and females, in all areas of life.
-Aims to end all forms of discrimination, violence and harmful practices against females


5. Gender equality

-Millions of females continue to suffer from violence and discrimination around the world.
-Gender equality is not only a human right but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.


6. Clean water and sanitation

-Aims to achieve universal access to safe drinking water and sanitation for all people.
-Aims to improve water quality by reducing contaminants.
-Aims to support the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management


6. Clean water and sanitation

-Millions of people globally, lack access to clean, safe water and sanitation, resulting in preventable illness and high mortality rates.
-Water scarcity, poor quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact food security and the ability to earn an income and educational opportunities for poor families globally.


8. Decent work and economic growth

-Aims to achieve full and productive employment and safe, decent work for all people.
-Aims to increase the participation of youth in education, training or employment.


8. Decent work and economic growth

-Millions of people globally are unemployed and live below the poverty line, meaning they can't access basic needs such as food, water, shelter, education etc.
-Many children and women are engaged in forced labour, reducing opportunities for education and employment


16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

-Aims to reduce all forms of violence and related deaths, by respecting and protecting human rights to promote peaceful and inclusive societies.
-Aims to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and violence against and torture of children.


16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

-Millions of people don't experience human rights and live outside the protection of the law. Meaning they can be exploited and have reduced access to education , health care, employment and income.
-Violence due to conflict, terrorism, corruption and war results in millions of people being displaced every year, meaning they can't access basic rights.
-Violence destroys infrastructure and contributes to injuries and death


Literacy program

Schools for Africa


Schools for Africa aim

-Aims to benefit 8 million more children by creating conditions that will attract children to school, keep them there and provide them with a safe and protective environment where they can learn, play and become masters of their own lives


Schools for Africa provide

-UNICEF is helping build basic new schools and repair existing ones. Children receive exercise books, pencils and other materials, and unicef is training thousands of additional teachers to provide kids with quality education.
-Also provide toilets, clean water and soap for sanitation


Safe water and sanitation program

Miracle well innovation
World Vision


Miracle well

-To provide clean water that is adequate to drink.


Miracle well
What they did

-They drilled a hole to make a well that would provide clean water to the community.


Miracle well
Current situation

-Girls would travel for hours to get dirty water, causing them to miss school and resulting in illness' such as diarrhoea.
-The safe water is now used to drink, for sanitation, to grow crops and providing jobs.
-They grow crops with the water which they sell, giving them money to put towards school fees and books


Food security project

Project peanut butter


Project peanut butter aim

-Seeks to advance the treatment of severe malnutrition using effective, locally produced, ready to use therapeutic foods.
-Brings the most effective malnutrition therapy to the children who need it most


Project peanut butter
Peanut butter

Peanut butter based food given to malnourished children to make them gain weight and provide them with vitamins and minerals


Global health

The health of populations in a worldwide context that goes beyond the perspectives and concerns of individual countries.



The safe disposal of human urine and faeces, as well as the maintenance of hygienic conditions through garbage collection and the disposal of waste water


Gender equality

The situation where women and men have the same level of power and control over all aspects of their lives.