Campaigns And Petitions List

Campaigns And Petitions List


Our Campaigns And Petitions

Our campaigns take different forms as indicated below:

  • Electronic Media Campaign: TV & Radio (News Reports, Interviews & Documentaries).
  • Print Media Campaign: Website, Newspaper & Articles (News Reports & Interviews, Publication, Articles, Declaration & Press Releases).
  • Social Media Campaign: WhatsApp, Facebook, Tweeter, Instagram.
  • Leadership Engagements: Interviews, Articles, Letters etc.
Group 1

Group 1: Education

Education is the first group of causes that we focus on. We see it as a very important SDG which has the ability to positively impact all the other focus areas that we want to tackle. It affects poverty positively, it reduces inequalities, improves maternal mortality and health etc. But in spite of all these positives, the UN estimates that, 617 children and adolescents lack minimum proficiency in reading and mathematics (ie, 6 out of 10 children and adolescents), and there is also a teacher shortage in Sub-Saharan Africa – 1.1 million teachers are needed in Sub-Saharan Africa for children to receive primary education.

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Photo Of Campaign - Education - Webinar- Government Should Provide COVID-19 Gadgets For Students
Photo Of Campaign - Education - More Girls Should Be Receive Quality Education
Photo Of Petition - Education - Petition For Academic Ease
Photo Of Petition - Education - Request To Provide Both Online And Offline Modes Of Examination
Photo Of Petition - Education - Tell Governments To Invest In Every Child's Future
Photo Of Petition - Education - Education On Racism, Tribalism And Diversity Should Be Added To All School Curricula
Photo Of Petition - Education - We Demand 5G On Our Campuses

Group 2: Youth, Employment And Innovation

Our second group of causes focuses on Youth, Employment And Innovation. All the issues being tackled by the SDGs, concern the youth. But one major issue of concern for the youth is unemployment. The solution is not just employment, but decent work. Decent work means opportunities for everyone to get work that is productive and delivers a fair income, security in the workplace and social protection for families, better prospects for personal development and social integration.

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Group 3: Girls & Women, Poverty And Inequality

Poverty, Inequality and Women (Girls) are interrelated. Poverty and inequality are two of the main reasons for underdevelopment in the world but of the categories of people that are affected most by poverty and inequality, women make a chunk of it; especially in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, which account for 80% of those living in extreme poverty. Available statistics indicates that, inequality has increased by 11%. Half of all people living in poverty are under 18; ie, 50% of all people affected by poverty are the youth and children.

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Group 4: Climate, Environment, Health And Water

Climate change affects the environment negatively which in turn affects health, water & sanitation. Taking action to safeguard health and water as well as against climate change will directly contribute not only to these three goals but also to the other SDGs. Taking action in this regard will also bring about a lot of positive economic impact.

  • Bold climate action could trigger at least US$26 trillion in economic benefits by 2030.
  • The energy sector alone will create around 18 million more jobs by 2030, focused specifically on sustainable energy.

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