The responsible management and usage of shared natural resources and the way we dispose toxic waste are critical to the efficient management of resources and as a result, the reduction of waste. A large section of the population is still consuming much less than can even meet their very basic needs. In this domain, we are looking for projects that look at recycling and hence reducing waste, and also those that help to reduce waste generation.
This SDG aims to bring high quality and affordable healthcare facilities to the world's population by 2030. Every year there are a large number of deaths around the world that are attributable to preventable diseases. In this domain, we are looking for projects that aim to make healthcare affordable and accessible to people living in different parts of the world.
More than half of the world's adolescents and children fail to meet the minimum proficiency standards in reading and mathematics. Disparities along the lines of demographics, gender etc in terms of the quality of education available are wide. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to come up with innovative projects/initiatives in the field of education that are aiming to make quality education accessible to all.
World hunger is a potent problem that is recurring and extremely relevant. Hunger and malnutrition continue to be a barrier to the development of several countries. The purpose of this SDG is to strive towards a future where all people, especially children have access to nutritious food all year round. The priority around the world is to identify innovations in the field of agriculture that will help us meet the demands of an ever growing population without adversely impacting the planet and exhausting its resources.
As the global economy continues to grow, we are seeing a widening of the inequalities and not enough jobs to keep up with the increase in the labour force available. The aim of this SDG is to promote sustained economic growth, higher levels of productivity and technological innovation In this domain, we are looking at projects that leverage skills of local people and communities and help them earn a living in a respectable and productive manner..
Water scarcity impacts almost 40% of the world's population. Roughly 10 countries around the world have exhausted their renewable freshwater resources and must now depend on alternative sources of water. We want to identify projects that are promote water conservation, sustainable ways to regenerate depleting water tables, safe and hygienic sanitation practices, wastewater treatment etc.