Health and Equality for Everyone

The Covid-19 pandemic has provided us the opportunity to see the society we have built. This is a world with great inequality which must be righted, and a world which must win the battle against climate change.

► More than 700 million people still live in extreme poverty - donate what you don't use in order to reduce poverty.
► Globally, 750 million women and girls were married before the age of 18. 1 of 3 women has experienced physical and/or sexual violence - empower women and girls in your local community and ensure their equal rights.
► 617 million youth worldwide lack basic mathematics and literacy skills - Help educate the children in your community.
► Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, billions of people have been in lockdown for months and over 1.7 million people have died worldwide. Lives and livelihoods have been threatened and lost. However, people has shown an enormous capacity to adapt to new conditions, to change the way they live, the way they work and to organise themselves.
Source: United Nations.

Education and Gender Equality

Equal opportunities for all

Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to improving people’s lives and sustainable development. We can better organise the international community in order to address the climate change, inequality, pandemics such as Covid-19 and so many other aspects - if we join together and have one common strategy in favour of peace, development and human rights in the world.


Global health tools

Many of the Global Goals relate to and have an impact on health and well-being. Poverty and inequality are universal and undermine every society. But poverty is not natural - it is Man-made. It is an area in which the world has made huge progress during the past few decades, and over a billion people have been lifted out of poverty. Nonetheless, almost 10% of the human race is living unbelievably harsh lives.