SDGs Complete List

UN SDGs accomplished

1. Poor children (or everyone) can receive multimedia content surfing the Internet for high quality or recommended online courses (MOOCs) to receive basic or job education (primarly financial and entrepreneuship), other than lifestyle tips(best and sustainable practices can be replicated and expanded almost everywhere!) with tools like BRCK™. 2. They (or any unskilled people) can ask for help or tutoring to many “experts” in the nearby areas thanks the Internet. If anyone can give answer, further volunteers are notified and asked to give a response. Note: as a volunteer receives sporadic notifications (unless he decides differently), the load is subdivided first between the ones that are geographically near, then progressively to the entire world, making it feasible for anyone to make a small but significant contribution, using a method like Google’s “Crowdsourcing” app. 3. When enough prepared, they (or any wantrapreneur) can search for pressing problems that community around (or global) struggle and use their motivation and skills to join other individuals in squad to create a start-up that solve it! If they need help, they can ask as before; they can apply to incubators or challenges to search funds or leverage the citizens who have that pain point to crowdfund their idea!
– Anyone can tap into free online courses to learn STEM or Entrepreneurship or every subject without phisical schools
– Any professionality can be trained or supported averywhere
– My platforms would categorise difficulties of communities and make individuals join to address them, asking for help to others in their area or to the world and publicly share their solutions once completed, to be extended with proper adaptations everywhere. Leverage of Crowdsource power can create useful and successful solutions to pressing societal problems and empower vulnerable people with very small effort of everyone cooperating. -It’s measurable what and where’s needed for Public Admins. -Who is helped by this platform could donate/invest part of their earnings to pay for food and shelter of most vulnerable people around or in the world.

Some posts:

Better water management

To widespread:
-Drinking water moves through pipe networks using pressure reducing valves (PRVs), a process that creates energy. New in-pipe hydrokinetic systems use micro-turbines to convert this *energy into electricity that can be fed back into the grid*. This means lower costs and greener operation for utility firms
-Algae processing bio-reactors don’t just treat and clean wastewater – they also produce usable materials such as *biomass (for energy production) or otherwise hard to synthesise chemicals for the pharmaceutical industry*

Cooperative water management within countries and across boundaries in the region is a must for stability and peacebuilding + Without irrigation, foodsecurity is low for many smallholder farmers in SubSaharan Africa

Reduce food waste Keep pantry staples on hand (recycle)
Best-before date is not the end of the food (don’t waste when it’s still good)
Make stock using whatever is in stock

African Good Politics

Ghana is a model to politically imitate (as favourish start-ups)

How a simple mapping technology helps rural Indians reclaim “wastelands” and manage critical water resources
FES’s Composite Land Assessment and Restoration Tool (CLART) is an open-sourced geographic information system that aggregates all publicly available data about a given plot of land (like slope, rock type, porosity, and permeability) onto a mobile device to help local people manage their resources and ecology => informed soil and water conservation plans

Mr. Dan Tandasi presenting @GanTanzania and its efforts to help tackle the challenge of youth unemployment in Tanzania and the development of talent to meet future needs for skills. Thank you for spreading word on our common GAN’s mission!
@ATElive @PeterYunge

Titolo above the fold bello lungo di prova

Sottotitolo altresì lungo per provare