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The world is facing numerous challenges when it comes to sustainable management, environmental protection and social justice. In september 2015, the agenda 2030 for sustainable development was adopted by all UN member states. It emphasises that these challenges can only be overcome if all of the world’s countries pull together and implement the global action plan. Only together can we shape a sustainable world for generations to come. (Source: Plan International)

Goal 1: Eliminate poverty in all of its forms, everywhere.

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Sponsorship for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund

Goal 2: Securing a world food supply

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Sponsorship for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund

Goal 3: Health and Well-being

Accessible doctors, basic medical care, affordable medications, a healthy life – many people in many parts of the world do not enjoy this guarantee.

Poor health care affects women and children, in particular. Small children and infants die of illnesses such as diarrhoea or malaria, pregnancies are often unplanned and dangerous.

The SDG 3 – Health and well-being – tackles the worst of these problems. Children shouldn’t have to die of avoidable illnesses any longer. In particular, general access to important vaccinations should be guaranteed for all people, and all people should have access to medical treatment and essential pharmaceutical products. However, physical well-being should be protected in connection with the SDGs. Healthcare professionals must be more extensively trained in order that they might provide people with optimum assistance. Young people, in particular, must also be able to obtain information regarding sexual and reproductive health as well as family planning in order to make their own, independent decisions about starting a family. All of this contributes to good public health, as well as to sustainable development. (Source: Plan International)

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.
  • OneDollarGlasses
  • Cleft

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Glasses for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund
  • Onboarding methods for employees
  • Cleft palates operation for children

Goal 4: High quality education worldwide

Going to school every day, learning something, getting a high school diploma – things that are normal for most adolescents – are denied to many children and young people all over the world. These children have to stay and help out at home or go to work.

The SDG 4 – High quality education – intends to change this. Whether boys or girls, rich or poor, irrespective of their origin: all children should attend school for at least ten years – free of cost and in equal fashion before the law. Children with physical or intellectual disabilities have a right to lifelong learning. This development goal is about good schools with qualified teachers where the children learn everything they will need later – abilities that go beyond the indispensable reading, writing and arithmetic. As adults, they will be able to make better decisions for themselves, they will have a voice in society, and they will be less likely to live in poverty, since education will provide them with better employment opportunities. But adults should also be given access to better education opportunities so they can participate in continuing education. This way, education contributes to sustainable development. (Source: Plan International)

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.
  • Kaya

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Sponsorship for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund
  • Internal development for professional purposes
  • Internal development for private and social purposes
  • Support for students
  • In-house training

Goal 5: Gender Equality

Making decisions about one’s own body, having a say in decisions, growing up without violence – all of this should be possible for men and women in all countries in the world.

In reality, however, many people all over the world still suffer from disadvantages. They attend school less and often have no say when it comes to when and whom they shall marry. Women often cannot decide whether and when they want to become pregnant, or they are the victims of harmful practices, such as female genital mutilation. Violence against women and girls is very widespread and permeates all cultures and all levels of society.

The goal of SDG 5 – Gender equality – is to allow all women and girls to exercise their rights. The focus is on equal opportunities and the right of men and women to self-determination. Each country and each respective company should provide this. Women and girls should be protected from human trafficking and exploitation such as forced prostitution or bonded labour. They should be able to make their own decisions regarding their own lives and their own bodies. They should be permitted to assume a leadership role in political and economic affairs as well as in public life in general. This way, gender equality promotes sustainable development worldwide. (Source: Plan International)

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Sponsorship for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund
  • Internal development for professional purposes
  • Internal development for private and social purposes
  • Equal pay
  • No discrimination in the workplace
  • Women in leadership positions

Goal 6: Sufficient water of optimum quality

Clean drinking water, toilets at home and at school – these basic requirements are not fulfilled everywhere.

Children are often the ones who must carry water for kilometres when there are no wells in the locality in which they live. This takes up their time and the long roads they must travel are not without risks or danger. If the water is contaminated or contains dangerous chemicals, the children will become ill and may die. Lack of toilets and deficient hygiene also pose a health risk. Many people have to take care of their needs in the open. Every year, countless children die of illnesses caused by poor sanitary conditions and inadequate water supplies. Good sanitary conditions also improve educational prospects. This is because children who are ill tend to miss school, just as do girls who have begun menstruating, since their schools may have no separate bathrooms or, as is often the case, no sanitary facilities at all.

SDG 6 – Clean water and sanitary provisions – aims to provide all people with clean drinking water. Furthermore, they should have access to safe sanitation, and they should be able to wash their hands. All in all, measures must be undertaken to ensure better water management, so that all people can have access to this costly resource in the future. This contributes to sustainable management and promotes sustainable development.

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Sponsorship for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund

Goal 7: Affordable, clean energy

Currently being planned

Goal 8: Sustainable management as an opportunity for everybody

A good education, a job that can provide a living – even here in Germany, this is far from the reality.

In many areas of the world, working conditions are significantly worse. Lack of work or precarious work, dangerous working environments and forced labour, as well as child labour, are prevalent. The results are poverty and hopelessness.

The SDG 8 – Decent work and economic growth – seeks to provide for future employment prospects for young women and men, in particular, and to end all forms of slavery as it exists in modern times, such as forced labour and child labour, and to end the practice of deploying boys and girls in the military as child soldiers. The goal is to provide people with fit, humanely conceived, adequately remunerated work  Because every person has the right to a good and fair working relationship.

Labour rights should be protected and working conditions should be safe for all employees, female and male alike. Increased economic productivity should be attained through sustainable economic growth by means of modernisation, creativity and innovation, among other things. Encouraging entrepreneurship and the growth of small and medium-sized companies can facilitate access to financial services and promote social justice. The SDG contributes to sustainable development by providing sustainable economic development. (Source: Plan International)

The measures we take:

  • Sustainable procurement of promotional materials
  • Public transport ticket paid
  • Home office option
  • Virtually paperless
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Elimination of unnecessary flights

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Currently being planned

Goal 10: Less income inequality

Create equal opportunities! A life one can lead with dignity and self-determination with an adequate income and laws that do not discriminate – the wish of people throughout the world.

And yet great inequality continues to exist, both within and without the borders of individual states. This leads to hopelessness and causes people to flee their homes to other countries in search of work and better personal living conditions.

SDG 10 – Less inequality – has the objective of reducing economic and social inequality. This is because all people should have the opportunity to materialise – irrespective of gender, national origin or any physical or intellectual disability. Political measures should be taken to ensure gradual equality and inclusion as far as economic events, social protection and wages are concerned. Of essential importance here is the elimination of discriminatory laws, politics and practices, to allow for a legal foundation that guarantees equal opportunities for all people. This is why the SDG promotes fair and sustainable development worldwide. (Source: Plan International)

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.

The measures we take:

  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Internal development for professional purposes
  • Internal development for private and social purposes
  • Equal pay
  • No discrimination in the workplace
  • Women in leadership positions

Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities

Currently being planned

Goal 12: Sustainable production and consumption

The measures we take:

  • Sustainable procurement of promotional materials
  • Public transport ticket paid
  • Home office option
  • Virtually paperless
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Elimination of unnecessary flights

Goal 13: Climate action implementation worldwide

The measures we take:

  • Sustainable procurement of promotional materials
  • Public transport ticket paid
  • Home office option
  • Virtually paperless
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Elimination of unnecessary flights

Goal 14: Protection of aquatic life

Currently being planned

Goal 15: Life on dry land

Currently being planned

Goal 16: Promotion of strong and transparent institutions

To live safely, without war, persecution or fear of criminality – this should be self-evident for all people. But many regions of the world are dominated by armed conflicts, terrorism, high criminality and lawlessness. Violence against children, human trafficking and sexualised violence are likewise prevalent.

SDG 16 – Peace, justice and strong institutions – seeks to change this situation. Fewer people must fall victim to violence, particularly children. Human trafficking must be abolished and sexual violence must be combatted against. Acts of violence should be prosecuted by police and by the courts, regardless of the identity of the victims and irrespective as to who reports the acts. Peaceful co-existence and democratic processes within society should be encouraged.

All newborn children should receive a legal identity by means of a certificate of birth. Without a birth certificate, a child is quasi-officially non-existent and, accordingly, scarcely receives protection. Such children often cannot exercise their right to obtain an education, and are issued no identity documents. Without this proof of identity and of age, a person cannot participate in elections and are at risk of being married off, either formally or informally, before reaching the age of majority. This is why the SDG promotes peaceful processes that provide a basis for sustainable development. (Source: Plan International)

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.
  • OneDollarGlasses
  • Cleft
  • Kaya

The measures we take:

  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Glasses for acquisition of MA
  • Social Media + Information
  • Continuing education by means of certificates for increasing awareness
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund

Goal 17: Global Partnership

Our partnerships:

  • Plan International
  • Help e.V.
  • OneDollarGlasses
  • Cleft
  • Pride Day Contest
  • Kaya

The measures we take:

  • Annual project donation for children worldwide
  • Sponsorship upon project completion
  • 15 basic sponsorships
  • Payment into the Covid-19 fund
  • Glasses for acquisition of MA
  • Financing of operations
  • International projects for LGBTG+
  • Continuing education on Kaya
  • Support from international organisations
  • Focus on gender equality