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The growth of industry, infrastructure, and innovation is at the center of economic development at any level. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to expand in these areas to counter its impact. It is one reason why Developing Our World makes several efforts to support the SDG Goal 9.
Decent work and opportunities for economic growth are necessary for improving the living standards of people. This is the focus area of the 8th SDG Goal. Developing Our World is involved in several activities to support this goal.
The 7th SDG goal is "Affordable and Clean Energy." It is focused on improving access to better energy, particularly for those who are deprived. Developing Our World is carrying out certain activities to support this goal.
UN's SDG Goal 6 is centered around improving access to clean water and sanitation for everyone. At present, alarming numbers of people worldwide remain deprived of this basic necessity, which is a bigger problem due to the pandemic. Developing Our World is working actively to support this goal by digging wells, building and repairing water systems, and spreading awareness about the current situation.
Developing Our World leads mission trips to several countries, including Guatemala. Our mission teams support our goal of achieving holistic community development and helping the lesser privileged. We welcome volunteers to join us on our next exploratory trip to Guatemala in August 2021.
Many efforts have been made to improve the situation of women across the world. However, gender inequality continues to exist in various spheres of society. SDG Goal 5 aims to promote gender equality, a goal that Developing Our World supports fully.
'Quality education' is the UN's third sustainable development goal that aims to ensure quality standards of education for everyone. The plan is to promote education b increasing awareness and the educational opportunities available to children and adults throughout the world.
Developing Our World continues to serve the community in the face of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are proud to report that we have made some progress this year and have planned more future activities.
'Good health and well-being' is the UN's third sustainable development goal that aims to ensure quality standards of health and well-being of people worldwide. It is to be done by providing accessible and reliable healthcare services and facilities to maintain good health.
'Zero hunger' was the UN's second SDG under which the aim to completely eradicate hunger-related problems. The statistics show that these problems are on the rise, particularly due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
'No poverty' is the UN's first SDG set in 2015. Its main objective is to eliminate poverty and empower the poor and underprivileged people to withstand any harsh change in their surroundings or circumstances.
The United Nations set the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015 in hopes of achieving them by 2030. These goals contain everything from poverty eradication, reducing gender inequality, and protecting the planet. Developing Our World is working to help reach these goals with people like you to create a safe and better future for everyone.
Sport is one among many other ways in which human beings can develop and improve themselves in life. Developing Our World supports that sponsoring refugee athletes to achieve this goal. Please consider supporting one or more athletes to go to Lilongwe to participate in the Olympic selective process in order for them to get their marks and represent Malawi in Japan 2021.
Miguel and Evaldo José are joining efforts again in order to get school supplies to Eagles Junior Academy in Malawi. They are seeking support to buy notebooks, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, scissors, glue, books, etc. Please, consider prayerfully to support this cause.
The Executive Director of Developing Our World visited Evaldo José in Rio de Janeiro to discuss future efforts in order to keep supporting the Eagles Junior Academy in Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi.