Global Online Stakeholder Consultation - United Nations 2022 ECOSOC Partnership Forum
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Name of OrganizationCountrySectorWhat do you consider to be the main priorities related to building back better from the COVID-19 pandemic while advancing the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda that should be discussed at the ECOSOC and the United Nations High Level Political Forum (HLPF)? Please, also provide the rationale for your proposal. What type of policies would be required to achieve these priorities and what guidance could the ECOSOC and its subsidiary machinery, including the functional commissions, offer? Are you aware of any forward-looking action and/or innovative partnerships by Governments and stakeholders that are making an impact on the SDG on the ground and that could be featured at the ECOSOC Partnership Forum? Please, indicate the name, country and objectives of the initiative. If possible, please, indicate contact focal point. Would you have suggestions on new or expanded actions, commitments or partnerships that could be initiated at the Partnership Forum and launched or further detailed at the HLPF and ECOSOC?
Non-Governmental Organization
Selon notre ONG les principales priorités liées à une meilleure reconstruction après la pandémie de COVID-19 qui devrait être discutée è L'ECOSOC et au Forum Politique de haut niveau des Nations Unies est notre projet VACECC : une Vision global de l'état du monde, une Adhésion sen faille a la coopération des nation sur la recherche et la solidarité ,une compréhension des information ...Une Education adapté pendants et après COVID-19 ,un Changement dans mode de production et enfin un comportement différent vis a vis des autres
la politiques qui serait nécessaire pour réaliser ces priorités :est que l'ECOSOC encourage et soutienne beaucoup plus les ONG je dit bien les ONG sur les enjeux du développement durable
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Association for Solidarity through Humanitarian Imperative Action (ASHIA) International
Non-Governmental Organization
The priorities are the economy, jobs, health, humanitarian and education because these are sectors that have experienced more impacts from COVID-19; then energy, climate, agriculture which are sectors that have been neglected since the advent of COVID.
Economic, social security, educational, environmental, agricultural, health and humanitarian policies.
The orientations that ECOSOC can provide are technical, strategic, analytical, logistical, financial, operational/organizational, implementation, monitoring-evaluation, expertise...
The Cameroon-System of Nations Structured Political Dialogue, the objective of which is the coordination of the partnership action, the operational activities of the agencies of the United Nations system and the harmonization of actions in order to avoid duplication ... focal here is the Ministry of External Relations: +237 695177656
Also in Cameroon we have the United Nations Cooperation Framework for Sustainable Development in Cameroon, the objective of which is to identify the priority axes of development of Cameroon as well as their strategic objectives, the various stakeholders, partners and donors, in order to to support Cameroon in the implementation of its National Development Strategy by 2030 ... Focal Point Ministry of the Economy.
Further strengthen the partnership with civil society, put it at the heart of the action and endow it with significant and adequate resources.
Strengthen the ECOSOC-Member States-Business-Civil Society partnership.
Regular capacity building of the various actors involved in the chain.
Non-Governmental Organization
Reforms, secure financing, recruitments trainings, investments,
Prosperity for all policiesNoYes,
Non-Governmental Organization
This is high time to provide a humanitarian response along with short & long term support to recover soon from pandemic and build forward better & to enhance immunity boosting in integrating with cross ector WASH , Education, Economies for streghtening health infrastructure.
Urgently is required the resilience pathways to stregthen health systems, there has need to trigger food system, WASH system, Immunity system, Education system, with regard to economies & livelihoods for all
This pandemic requires new ways of working strategy and innovative partnerships to ensure interventions to support efforts to prevent transmission, promote positive transformation where the impact will be greatest, and ensure that efforts to combat COVID & the climate crisis as people first
I) Social response & humanitarian aid to support unorganised migrants, wage labours on COVID19 Pandemic: , setting up call centres and enabling area sanitization as people matters

II) Accelerate Social Protection initiatives in Building Community Assets & Promotion of Natural Resource Regeneration an integrated resilient livelihood models

III) Creating an enabling environment & setting up an institutional process for learning, management and sustainability & ICT, employable skill-building and social enterprises for revenue generation as a catalysing process
Non-Governmental Organization
Strenghtening Health systems and healthcare for all, including mental health services. Rational: the covid 19 pandemic highlighted the need for a proper healthcare system. About mental health services, we have also seen that the prevalence of mental health issues raised, specially among youth.
NEHMAP / Economic Alliance Group
NGO, Private Sector, Research Organization, Cooperatives Organizaion
All North and South Countries are Off Track achieving SDGs by 2030. It is no longer possible to achieve SDGs by 2030. It is possible to achieve SDGs as soon as possible after 2030, if the UN System and Governments of North and South Countries Change Course to more meaningfully address Structural and Policy Changes and Structural and Policy Decision Making Processes using One Worldwide Approach with clear Principles, Instruments corresponding to each Principle, Practices and Database to better address points made in this blog
Policies, Programs and Projects Interventions, 3PIs and 3PIs Training as One as applicable or appropriate in each specific Community, Sub-Country, Country, Sub-Continent, Continent and Global location context and in ways that meaningfully address points made in this blog
The points made in this blog address UN Innovation and Non UN Innovation that need support of UN System: United Nations Organization, UNO; World Bank Group, WBG; International Monetary Fund, IMF; World Trade Organization, WTO-Trade and World Tourism Organization, WTO-Tourism using One Worldwide Approach that is Whole of Government, Whole of Society, Whole of Community, Whole of Country, Whole of Bank, Whole of Institution, Whole of UN System and Whole of Economy Approaches within All Inclusive, All Embracing and Ambitious Implementation and Evaluation Frameworks as applicable or appropriate in each specific Community, Sub-Country, Country, Sub-Continent, Continent and Global location context
Achieving increasing convergence between UN Charter Vision Intention and Reality greatly depends on UN System and Governments of North and South Countries supporting New Multilateral Frameworks that meaningfully support points Implementing points made in this blog
Murna Foundation Nigeria
Non-Governmental Organization
Empowerment Programs dueto poverty caused ny Covid-19
Human Capital Development through provision of skills e.g farming
Most programs run by government of Nigeria are targeted on educated groups living behind those uneducated youths which leads to high level of insecurity among these group
Mobilization, awareness, engagement and supporting the most vulnerable groups of youth (inclusiveness)
The Rural Sector Public Institution CBO and Affiliated Entity's Etc.
Other stakeholders active in areas related to sustainable development
Support strategic collaborative approach and strategic development and implementation objectives, goals and significant(SDGs) targets(I.e) SDG 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17 etc. A rapid Transformation path way and human development dimension etc.
Strengthening the development dimensions in the Post 2020 GBF Framework alignment with the UN 2030 Agenda for (SDGs) include Safeguards to guarantee to people & Recognise and strengthen biodiversity's contribution to development and poverty reduction through inclusive sustainable innovative technologies adoption approach etc.
Through IUCN's one programme approach under pins and strengthens the delivery and impact of the (IUCN) programmes.In a world facing unprecedented planetary challenges, the proposed Entity's is unique in its ability to respond at the scale needed for positive, timely Transformative action for a more sustainable future and truly global presence. The proposed Entity's intervention would generate Or help develop new innovative opportunities for the (The UN ECOSOC) Fund projects & its intervention with potential for scale-up, including support the UN SDGs targets, goals, and objectives of the following SDGs etc.
Non-Governmental Organization
The COVID19 pandemic has created a feeling of mistrust between the rulers and the populations. Disinformation, conflict between scientists fuel the conspiracy thesis fed in social networks. This mistrust weakens states and undermines government policies, all of whose messages are greeted with a priori. To create trust, the creation of frameworks for dialogue and consultation frameworks becomes a necessity in order to free up speech and lay the foundations for trust. This is how the Territory becomes the ground par excellence for building this confidence. A breeding ground for the 2030 agenda
ECOSOC must encourage states to take stock to improve global governance and highlight the real problems in different territories with a view to viable solutions. Has the same work been done all over the world on food systems? The various diagnostic tools of the territories exist, they will make it possible to avoid riots and pacify the nations with more social justice.
It would be desirable to promote living together through the concept of "Sustainable territories and villages"
Non-Governmental Organization
Options and risk integration - Build Back Better (BBB): the organization does not know the present built organization. It is saying it wants to BBB often a political motto of campaigns to seek for votes). How can it build back better, if today development status is un-known? Besides, often it seems to know it, but it is building on the knowledge of past constructions, while the future environment is uncertain and it is regulating all efforts to BBB. It is difficult to predict the future of BBB. Except for the politician, who has always an answer for all contexts, because he/she seeks for the results of the political election or re-elections? As we have seen with the climate, the difficulty is to look on the long term horizon line of development, while the investment are made on the middle term of the journey of the investment, and while in the majority of cases, the money and the cash is needed now (today: present time short term objective). With this dilemma, you can make business or project as usual. I suggest improving the landscape of investment with to reduce the gaps between the small minority of the world population which owns all, and the great majority, which is naked.
Today, world is uncertain. Policies to reduce, combat or adapt to uncertainties are needed with the innovation and cost optimization. As often we can see an opposition between the USA good added values and the Chinese economic market low cost goods. The policy thinking and behind is the South South Cooperation, which is feared perhaps in the view of the heritage of colonialism, which used developing countries for the natural resources. However, we can see that cooperations can improve the African countries development status, and BBB. However, the subsidiary machines should be based on the local entrepreneurs, and local farmers, who are the stakeholders able to earn money (cash) in order to increase the purchasing power in order to consume and produce. There is underdevelopment, because of the raw materials and land or resource restrictions directed to the developed world market. It unbelievable without the lack of purchasing power, to see the starvation, wars while poor countries have a wealth for prosperity, wellbeing, dignity, health, peace and security. I think the fives UN functional commissions should have a potential role in disseminating the entrepreneurship and farming.
Training, local economy, people centred development and leaving nobody behind. The trend is to protect the natural environment. France construction projects stopped to halt the people removal from the lands for enviromental justice. Vulnerable persons were marginalized in cities, created the biodiversity destrcutions. They could contribute to add values to land properties, management, land renewability, with with the local sciences, reducing pesticides, subzidies to agriculture, while conserving the natural environment and crimes. The new Policies under the socialist governements enacted laws to restrict the multinational development ensuring that the democracy is effective, with the consultations, referendum, syndicates negociations public partcipations.
One has to ensure that the partnership is reducing poverty. One has to implement in a strict manner the indicator of Sustainable development and ensure that the money flows are not returning to the donors. Often, as we have seen during covid 19. The vaccine covid lump sums were paid by the governnements, as vaccine multinationals caught covid 19 opportunity and hide behind the protection of vaccine patent rights,...There was a logistic of operations based on the air cargo & factory ensured the $126 billion of returns, so precautionary principle is at stake and Paris agreement $100 billion has not happened in 2020). Money flow is scriptural or electronic, but no real money cash, which creates increasing debts, restructuration, lack of climate adpatation, migration and cultural changes.
community Empowerment Action Organization
South Sudan
Non-Governmental Organization
Like every other country, the Republic of south Sudan faces the unprecedented challenge of managing the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the number of cases remains low, in a country where international tourism is a cornerstone of the economy, the implications of the crisis are massive. GDP is expected to contract by more than 20 percent in 2022, with a 75 percent drop in international tourist arrivals and 40,000 tourism jobs already lost. In response, the government is planning a 3.7-dollar stimulus package to protect the population and support economic activity.

So how should south Sudan allocate these resources? Can it do so in a way that delivers short-term benefits, protecting the population against the current crisis, and achieves longer-term objectives, building a more inclusive, prosperous, and sustainable economy? How can it assess interventions that do both? And are there lessons for other countries grappling with the same challenge? While the current package announced by the government is focused on reducing taxes and tariffs, stimulus packages usually include investments and create jobs, and there is no reason why
n his remarks, the ECOSOC Vice-President called for a strengthened multilateralism and innovative
approaches that promote coherence and integration to solve global challenges, including vaccine equity. He
emphasized the need to prioritize the most vulnerable and marginalized groups of people in the recovery
efforts. The ECOSOC Vice-President also underscored the need for the Council to foster deeper coordination
among its functional commissions and expert bodies to avoid duplication, ensure coherence and promote
synergies. The Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Mr. Liu Zhenmin, highlighted the
urgency of ensuring fair, broad and equal access to vaccines and addressed existing crises that have been
worsened by the pandemic, such as conflicts, disasters and climate issues. He reiterated the call for global
solidarity during these crucial times to ensure that the world recovers better from the crisis and delivers on the
promise of the 2030 Agenda.
Several Chairs of functional commissions and expert bodies of the Council, as well as Heads of specialized
agencies and other representatives of the United Nations system, participated as panelists
Commissioned by the Task Team on CSO Development Effectiveness and Enabling Environment to help inform its next phase of studies, this literature review explores recent research and debates around the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 17, partnerships for the goals, and particularly target 17.17, which deals with the “encouragement and promotion of effective public, public-private, and civil society partnership, building on the experience and resourcing strategy of partnerships.” Although this analysis is exploratory in nature and only scratches the surface of the larger discussion on partnering for the SDGs, efforts were made to provide a comprehensive picture of the topics which are prominent in the broader extant literature, with five thematical angles being
In multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs), non-governmental actors (such as civil society organizations and companies) work with governmental actors (such as intergovernmental organizations and public donor agencies). The core idea is to build a win-win situation where
public and private partners pool their resources and competencies to address common social
or environmental aims more effectively. The most recent of the biennial UN resolutions on
“Towards global partnerships” defines partnerships as “voluntary and collaborative relationships between various parties, both public and non-public, in which all participants agree to
work together to achieve a common purpose or undertake a specific task and, as mutually
agreed, to share risks and responsibilities, resources
Women Major GroupEgyptWomen Organization
The SDGs in general have to be prioritized with a focus on number 1,2 and 3 and 5 as a cross cutting one
Governments joint accountability Several south south co-operation initiatives
University of Tehran/ and Sustainable agriculture and environment
Education & Academic Entities
What I have been doing for decades with no help: toxic pollution reductions and regulations for developing countries, more responsibilities by FAO, WHO< etc. Digital agriculture and enviornment for developing countries,
More strict policies by related global agencies mentioned above to prevent the big loss that is going already to people, environment and wildlife in developing counties, we need real ENFORCEMENT as I am discussing in SAICM lists.
Not from here but am concentrated on SCP (SDG 12).Surely, will send later.
Education & Academic Entities
University of Mosul Iraq
Education & Academic Entities
Increasing people's health awareness and motivating them to take the vaccine
By directing governments through seminars and conferences in schools and universities, educating the community as well as advertising campaigns, and hiring experienced people to work on the reconstruction sector and return to normal life
I don’t know exactly but you I live in Iraq
I am noted UN efforts to improve and support with local government in this sectors
Yes, I have some suggestions by starting to implement government projects and governance and e- governance with transparency in the implementation of some public projects and youth employment and improving of living and activating the community peace and eradication of illiteracy
Education & Academic Entities
Improving hygiene, health and safety conditions at work (less confined office, reorganization of reception services to limit the possibilities of contact between customers and staff), reconfiguration of management (teleworking, videoconferences, accelerated computerization of organizational processes). But also the redefinition of strategic, technological, marketing and human orientations leading to another form of growth.
mobilize science, technology and innovation and strengthen the science-policy-society interface
National Liberal Club Commonwealth Forum
United Kingdom
Non-Governmental Organization
success of the Special World Health Assembly on a pandemic treaty/success of the UK as president of COP 26 in moving agenda forward to Egypt next year
helping progress to a succesful Special World Health Assembly on a pandemic treaty/helping the success of the UK as president of COP 26 in moving agenda forward to Egypt next year
success of the Special World Health Assembly on a pandemic treaty/success of the UK as president of COP 26 in moving agenda forward to Egypt next year
NO - success of the Special World Health Assembly on a pandemic treaty/success of the UK as president of COP 26 in moving agenda forward to Egypt next year
European Partners for the Environment
Non-Governmental Organization
Now is the time to shift power dynamics to achieve transformative change. The "big change" that did not happen at the COP26 in Glasgow and should happen in many other fields reflected in the SDGs will only become reality when innovations in terms of governance will have changed the rules of the game.

To live within planetary boundaries, in the ‘decade of delivery’ where state and – as requested by UN Secretary General - non state actors commitments – including “Corporate Determined Contributions” implementation will be assessed, we need a new multi-stakeholder governance scheme and a virtuous circle both supported by blockchain technology helping in building a process of execution of commitments and targets with strong governance providing transparency, accountability, ownership, empowerment, efficiency, trust.
We do observe a shift with technology in the past 12 months with blockchains speaking to each other, a new infrastructure towards an internet 3.0, an internet of blockchains towards SDGs and ecological regeneration with initiatives bottom up.
EPE is offering to contribute, to a multi-stakeholder partnership to build a Global Blockchain Winning Organizing System to Regenerate the Earth
the Cosmos Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) in the service of the SDGs and the regenerative economy. Cosmos is the Internet of Blockchains and achieves this through interoperability. It is proposed to engage frontline users – the activists, in particular youth – and Business leaders promoting an Inclusive Capitalism, who are directly changing the world and/or the end beneficiaries who need their worlds change
UNESCO Etxea - UNESCO Centre of the Basque Country
Non-Governmental Organization
-Leave no one behind: include all sectors of society, and especially vulnerable groups.
-Advance without paternalism towards the groups and giving a voice to the people who are not at the center.
-Participation of civil society in the construction of public policies
-The 2030 Agenda and human rights complement each other and both are necessary
Public policies must be generated through participatory processes in which a voice is given to diverse people, representatives of different groups.
And feminist and anti-racist policies are necessary to ensure the full inclusion of all citizens.
Name: All Together
Country: Basque Country, Spain
Objectives: There are still too many people - the poorest, women, migrants, people who are at risk of violence and discrimination - in a situation of inequality and with difficulties to exercise their rights. We work so that public policies take into account especially the vulnerable groups, incorporating their demands and claims.
For this, we take as a reference the 2030 Agenda and in special its principle of “leaving no one behind”. If we can't be all the people in the center, regardless of their gender, sex, origin, age, etc. it will be impossible to achieve social transformation towards the sustainability we demand.
Expand alliances of All Together project. Especially, with other vulnerable groups in the world.
Portuguese Institute for Sport and Youth
PortugalGovernmental Organization
It is critical that the existing programmes, projects and initiatives effectively reach people, particularly young people, and persons from disadvantaged backgrounds, Roma communities, LGBTI and from rural areas. The main areas in which Governments should reinforce their measures and initiatives are the following: employment and entrepreneurship, housing, access to high quality education (formal, non-formal and informal), mental health and climate action and environmental sustainability. Specific programmes, projects and initiatives in these fields will promote inclusion, emancipation of young people, reduction of hunger and poverty and promote peace and security. The focus on these areas will allow people to have a decent life.
Targeted and crossectorial policies. In this context it is of the utmost relevance to develop and reinforce local policies, since they can reach people more effectively. It is very important to support and reinforce local policies. It is also critical do define an action plan for these priorities with concrete goals, measures and actions. The action plan should be evaluated regularly and carry out an analysis of its impacts. For policies to have added value and real impact on peoples´lives it is critical to establish an effective cooperation among the main stakeholders at global, regional, national and local levels, particularly Governments and public organizations and civil society organizations. Regular dialogue among these organizations is critical for the success of the policies. ECOSOC and the functional commissions have an important role regarding this issue, promoting regularly dialogue among the referred organizations, giving advice to the entities who will implement the measures, actions and initiatives in the field and assessing the implementation and impact of the policies to improve the implementation process and the effectiveness of these policies.
Name of the project: ODSLocal
Country: Portugal
Focal point: Professor João Guerra (ICS - University of Lisbon)
Objectives: "ODSlocal" project is based on a comprehensive and intense mobilization of municipal decision-makers and policy officers, local agents and citizens regarding to the SDGs. It aims to create a national ODSLocal movement for the municipalities who want to join, mobilizing the public and civil society actors in an exponential and contagious way. To this end, it relies on the collection and availability of statistical information on the ODSLocal portal ( as well as the dissemination of projects and good practices with a focus on the promotion of local sustainability or in what is now called the "location of the SDGs".
Organized Centre for Empowerment and Advocacy in Nigeria(OCEAN)
Non-Governmental Organization
COVID-19 seems to be similar to the pandemics in the past since this too has resulted in an increase in cases of domestic violence. According to Bradbury-Jones and Isham(2020), the lockdown imposed to deal with COVID-19 has granted greater freedom to abusers. Several media reports indicate a surge in cases of domestic violence in various countries. They also emphasized that the lockdown limits familiar support options. The first step to tackle the issue of rising gender violence in the times of pandemic is the acknowledgment of the issue, which has been ignored during the pandemics in the past . Campbell, emphasizes that expanding community partnerships and spreading awareness about the importance of reporting incidents of abuse are crucial to reducing the number of such cases. The role of the media to raise awareness about the issue of gender violence during pandemic as well as about the practices that can replace the conventional in-person support.

Community driven and inclusive policies that can provide access to services and health care.
The Federal Government of Nigeria under the leadership of the Special Advisor to the President on Social Investments is carrying out an initiative to address the situation of children and youth at risk in the country, with a specific focus on those within the Almajiri system, under the At-Risk-Children Programme/Project (ARC-P) – at the national and state levels respectively. Gombe State of Nigeria is one of the beneficiary states of this programme, based on indication of interest by the State Government. Barrister Sanni Ahamad Haruna
Training Rationale: There is a need to train and sensitize young men and maybe young women on the issues of gender based violence to sever as male champions and curb the negative trend. Rape is employed as a weapon of warfare aimed at destroying the morale of affected communities. While some few women may be physically strong to resist an unarmed rapist on the street, the odds are fully against them when faced by an armed combatant.
Attitudes towards Gender Based Violence (GBV) and the subordinate status of women and girls mean that there is also considerable societal pressure not to bring cases before the courts in a way which could bring shame to the family.
West Africa Youth Network for Peace Education and Economic Development Sierra Leone WAYNPEED-SL
Sierra Leone
Non-Governmental Organization
Creating more excited job opportunities
Coordinate social funding and promote socio economic opportunities for youth and deprived communities
Economy recovery growth
Sierra Leone Building a Resilient Nation as we balance the act between risk and livelihood
The High Level Political Forum is very good initiative for a wider partnership forum
Saudi Green Building Forum
Saudi Arabia
Non-Governmental Organization
Our review of the issues as it relates to the work is being the "honest voice" to bridge the gap between empowerment & sustainability.
Our priorities for the future we want, the global citizens we are by addressing the green and responsible actions:

Supporting global green economy realignment;
Commitment to Value-Chain Approach to food, construction and textiles
Solidarity of regional and urban cities;
Supporting places severely affected by current crises;
Emphasis on continuous quality education for health, safety and the environment.
SGI by Saudi Arabia

The importance of reversing the effects of climate change is tangible across the Middle East and North Africa, where the impact of rising temperatures is already affecting livelihoods and opportunities.

Plant 50 billion trees across the Middle East (including 10 billion at home in Saudi Arabia)

Through afforestation, restore an area equivalent to 200 million hectares of degraded land reducing 2.5% of global carbon levels

Contribute to reducing carbon emissions resulting from hydrocarbon production in the region by more than 60%

Knowledge transfer
Environmental stewardship
Forward-thinking innovative climate solutions
A way moving forward proposing the expectations and policy recommendations:

Calling on the international community to set up an applicable framework and fair "performance indicators" mechanisms for education in health، safety and the environment in a way that supports building the capacities of civil society:

Catalysing science-based policy action on Sustainable Consumption and Production:
Ensure full, equal and meaningful participation, representation and leadership;
Economic empowerment, access to finance, decent work, equal pay, and social security;
Disclosure of the impact on climate change and uneven natural disasters;
Realization of prevention in wellbeing, with an emphasis on universal health coverage;
Addressing housing and malnutrition in cities, rural, slums and remote areas.
Heavenly shower of peace church of God
Non-Governmental Organization
To prepare to avoid another pandemic in the future.This is because the global community cannot afford the repeat of the disastrous consequences of another pandemic
The world health organization should set up emergency response and strategic pandemic response team to tackle with immediate effect to prevent what happens in wuham China.
Nigeria network of Non governmental organizations.(NNNGos).It is located in Lagos Nigeria.There objectives is to work with NGOs to achieve SDG in Nigeria and Africa.The contact focal point is Yemisi kuti.
Yes I do if given the opportunity
Tripla Difesa Onlus Guardie e Sicurezza Sociale ed Eco Zoofila ODV
Non-Governmental Organization
I believe that help is needed at the same time: helping small businesses and activating the universal single income to help fight the crisis that is affecting everyone
Small investments are needed to acquire companies in crisis and give the old owners a fixed salary. It doesn't take much, as companies have a daily income
The Italian government, thanks to the current Minister of Foreign Affairs Luigi Di Maio who was Minister of Labor, has created the citizenship income and is helping many people. However, there is a lack of effective reintegration into work and of employing people in various Municipalities, Regions, shops
Universal Single Income, taking over the company in bankruptcy or in crisis and hiring the old owner. By purchasing more companies, you get reduced costs in the purchase of goods because more numerous, the person receives a salary and the money is re-distributed for other activities
NIGERIAWomen Organization
What I consider the main priority is supporting to open up global movement, ease travel protocols and to open up the economy of nations in terms of trade. The stringent COVID 19 travel protocols has unleashed enormous hunger and high cost of food on my country, and women are worst off for it. Food shortage is critical in Nigeria while official sources try to cover up, but the reality on the streets is serious hardship on feeding. To justify this, please compare food prices in Nigeria before COVID with the present post-covid prices, meanwhile salaries and wages remain the same while inflation is super high.
Policies that can support free movement and free trade nationally and internationally. Policies that can support peace, safety and security of life.
None that I know in my country
I suggest new actions and commitments on supporting farmers to go back to the farm so we can have more food in circulation and at a cheaper rate. Not every farmer went back to the bush to farm in my country, due to kidnappings and killings of farmers. And these are the people producing food crops to feed our massive population.
SAFE Coalition for Human Rights
United States
Non-Governmental Organization
1. Combating global gender based crimes such as human trafficking that has exponentially increased due to losses from COVID -19 and displaced persons arising from food, housing and familial insecurities.
2. Delivering Trauma based therapies to refugees, migrants, those impacted of systemic racism and GBV. Camps, food and housing are not enough and are bandaids unless therapeutic interventions are also delivered effectively.
3. Identifying resiliency factors across different cultures and developing policy and programming to enhance hardiness in school aged children as protective factors for later adversities in adulthood. This would lend itself to decreasing susceptibility to mental illness and addictions, diffuse insecurities with regard to the SDGs and improve quality of lives - thereby creating economic crucibles of healthy social change.
1. Mandatory education and training in high risk areas
2. Collaboration between NGOs and stakeholders to deliver the objectives
3. Create a research and evaluation team to develop proposals and implement the research with policy recommendations
Yes. My organization is on the cusp of conducting a multinational study to assess the impact of childhood adversities on adult psychopathologies. ECOSOC Organizations could partner with countries with high levels of migrants to develop sustainable solutions.
Non-Governmental Organization
1. There should be free COVID19 PCR testing;

2. Children in most countries should go back to schools;

3. Developed countries should support less developed countries in preventing and combating COVID19

4. World bank and international banks should lend money to less developed countries to combat COVID19
1. Disaster management Policies;

2. Health insurance Policies;

Great Green Wall Initiative (GGWI), in Sahel and SADC Region in Africa are advocating for making Africa Green, this will improve on the spread of the virus as well as have traditionally plants that will used to cure the virus
Have National Disaster platforms which will have both inputs from Scientists and local people will best practices
Centre for Convention on Democratic Integrity Ltd/Gte
Non-Governmental Organization
The global population need to be checked.The space remain the same with increasing population in developing countries.The new way of life in regards socialising and environment must be kept
Advocacy and given support to countries who abide by these new order.
ECOSOC,should be involved directly along with dedicated NGOs to promote the SDGs attainment in sub Sahara Africa and across the globe ,many countries are not serious of implementing policies that would enhance the attainment
Rawsam Human Development Center
Non-Governmental Organization
Hallo meine Damen und Herren, die Ausbreitung der COVID-19-Pandemie und des Virus, das diese Krankheit verursacht, ist die größte Störung im Lebenszyklus der Welt. Ich schlage vor, der Welt ausnahmslos zu helfen, alle einzubeziehen und einen spezialisierten Notfallrat aus Wissenschaftlern, Forschern und Forschern einzurichten.Die Investoren werden ein fortschrittliches wissenschaftliches Zentrum errichten, um der Welt bei Unfällen zu helfen, die durch diese Epidemie oder andere weit verbreitete Krankheiten verursacht werden.
The Economic and Social Council enables the world from close proximity because it can communicate with all countries of the world. I suggest establishing a follow-up center that includes all countries of the world. This center attracts all scholars and investors and plans for the present and the future, how to organize the world’s recovery from this epidemic
He proposed to the Economic and Social Council to follow up with the permanent ambassadors to the United Nations to urge them to establish a joint center that includes all researchers and university professors to establish development curricula taught to all segments of society.
Trinidad & Tobago
Non-Governmental Organization
Funding as so many jobs were lost, businesses closed down, families devastated and the impact of climate change destroying the environment challenging food security
Leaders coming together, not at large conferences but working together for the good of the world and not themselves, where the rich really help the poor
No I am not endowed with that knowledge - maybe there are countries
We made a few points in support of Agriculture as food security is critical, more focus on the environment and funding to fight climate change in vulnerable nations and communities
CHD Group India
Non-Governmental Organization
Risk Informed policy planning with the clear focus to address cascading risks emerging from natural disasters, climate change, extreme weather events and the public health consequences of the same calls for a new algorithm that is integral to building back better.
Convergence of Line Ministries and public health in all policies approach is essential to achieve the kind of policies we collectively envision
The work carried out by CHD Group along with UNICEF and the National Health Mission is a convergent model which could be shared for featuring in order to implement across the countries.
This work was carried out by us in India where the end goal was to achieve SPHERE Standards of care in improving facility based nutritional rehabilitation and also supporting community centered approaches to reduce malnutrition. We would be delighted to make a presentation around this.
We live in a time marked by war, poverty, migration, climate change, economic proliferation and emerging and re-emerging infections. This is no longer an age to be taken lightly, but this is the time to forge working relationships with nature and each other through various forms of social justice, public health interventions and sincere passion.A rapidly changing social fabric and a falsely created sense of security must actively be replaced by policies that prevent moral deterioration and deceptive illusion that we can achieve great things at all costs. COVID-19 has showed us that as a human race, we cannot even defeat a virus.
Specific Suggestion:
1-Launch a public health in all policies approach which HLPF and ECOSOC must champion.
Institute for Sustainable Development and Research
Science & Technological Community
Participatory approach for stakeholders from Corona affected countries.
Online forum should be created for participation. Funding should be provided for stakeholders from LDC and NGOs.
Mitigation of impacts of Covid pandemic on Global cooperation.
YOD IinternationalUSA & Kenya
Non-Governmental Organization
Central community access points in the informal settlements of Nairobi and other African Cities for information, PPE, and other support during state-wide or global emergencies. The rationale is that nearly 60% of Africans live in informal settlements where there is no establishment of emergency meet points.
Civil Society could create emergency meet points supported by policy to allow installation of signage, covered shelter, and or benches to make it clear to the community that these locations are communication points for emergency information. My organization began doing this in the slum of Mukuru (Nairobi, Kenya) during the pandemic. With policy and funding, the meet points could be scaled up and made known to the greater community.
The initiative that YODinternational began has resulted in 30 community meet points that help SGD 10 (reduce inequality - access to information) and SGD 3 (health and well-being ).
Yes - the above initiative by YOD in the slums of Nairobi is successful and can be scaled up and rolled out to other African countries.
Actions et Interventions pour le Développement et l'Encadrement Social
Republique Démocratique du Congo/DRC
Non-Governmental Organization
Pour les pays africains, je pense que la priorité serait focalisée sur la bonne gouvernance des peu ressources. Les gouvernements africains doivent encourager l'entreprenariat en particulier dans le secteur agropastoral et la réhabilitation des routes ( les routes de desserte agricole et a forte impactes)
La meilleur politique serait d'accentuer les mécanismes de suivi et accompagnement de proximité ainsi que de l'assurance qualité
Octroi des crédits vers les secteurs florissants (tel l’agriculture, élevage,...) et mettre en place un mécanisme de contrôle et suivi régulier
En tant qu'africain, je proposerais des actions de renforcements de capacités sur l'esprit d'entreprenariat des jeunes et faciliter les partenariats ou association des capitaux
Centre d'accompagnement des alternatives locales de developpement (Caald)
Non-Governmental Organization
Plan de travail local, regional et internationalPlan de travailPlan de travail : Etat, societe civile, partenaires, societe privee.Plan de travail
Green MentorsIndia
Education & Academic Entities
Accepting Accountability of Human Behavior with the Nature and Taking Responsibility for the Future is the only way out to bring back better from the Covid-19 Pandemic
ECOSOC and its subsidiaries can offer opportunities to the member States to join 360 transformations for creating need based communities from greed based communities for sustainable future.
Namami Gange- National Mission of Clean Ganga Government of India. This initiative is making impact on millions of lives in India
Yes ECOSOC must support the a repository of indigenous knowledge system initiated by Green Mentors , which will inspire communities to accept and follow pro planet value system to bring back better from the Covid-19
Persatuan Pakatan Berintegriti Sabah (Sabah Integrity Alliance Association) (SINAR)
Non-Governmental Organization
The priority that needs to be given for a better situation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic is to continue various important awareness initiatives on the dangers of COVID-19 as well as more effective measures that need to be made as a step of preventive methods to be used in life of society. Apart from that, enhanced many more community programs themed on local economic development beside to re-strengthening of the employment sector for every community in the world affected by the paralysis of their respective employment sectors due to the lock down in some countries.
The type of policy needed to achieve this priority is to determine a policy that is of public interest such as policies related to strengthening the local economy, public health as a whole, and most importantly the policy between countries under the United Nations to support the agenda that has been presented is not just a moral support but also directly from the point of view of implementation that will be able to solve all problems at the grassroots. As an offer, ECOSOC subsidiary machinery including functional commissions should be run at the lower level of a country, not just focused on the center of a country.
so far, our organization has not known this because we are just in the process of building knowledge capacity on ECOSOC
We still under studying this and will forward any suggestion at the future
Chia Funkuin FoundationCAMEROON
Non-Governmental Organization
Connectivity solutions are a major purpose of developing a global system that can enable the world to rebuild their lives in the face of the COVID 19 pandemic adequately because the disease is an aerial virus that conteminate our environment information sharing and mitigation strategies are the best method to prevent than to cure. The world connectivity is limited to less than 30 percent particularly in the rural communities and in Africa network connectivity is less than 25 percent meaning to cope less will be sensitise and informed about the virus
Communities should be informed on the pandemic through sensitization and awareness campaign. Testing and vaccination of persons tested positive should be a priority as well as improving community and people centred activities towards hygiene and sanitations
Smart agribusinesses using drones and artificial intelligence and internet of things for gender equity and mitigation of societal ills against women and the girl child.
Country is in Cameroon
Objective is to increased productivity and production in an emerging society like Cameroon. Increase data sharing on yields and on stakeholders producers and suppliers Distribution chains.
Contact focal Point is Mr. Tomukum Chia, International Representative, PRESIDENT CEO, Chia Funkuin Foundation, P.O. 20 Fundong Boyo Division, North West Region, Cameroon
Creating new expanded partnerships on Pumpkin Models in flooded lands for the promotion of women social enterprises globally because women are domineering in the pumpkins sectors.
Hamraah FoundationIndia
Non-Governmental Organization
Non-Governmental Organization
In 2003, an exceptional situation has been declared in the Vorniceni village, Republic of Moldova, because at the “Ion Inculet” lyceum was identified 75 cases of Hepatitis A.
This situation motivated the first step of solving the problem: creating The Moldovan Network of Rural Volunteering Centers for Water (MNRVCW).
The MNRVCW Mission aims at expanding its activities including other villages, countries on local, regional, national, European and International level.
Therefore, NGO "TERRA-1530", Regional Youth Council and AYP "XXI Century" is asking you to spread the word that we are looking for partners in our efforts to expand our activities, including, for example, Rapid Covid-19 Response.
Exchange of experience.
The RINJ FoundationCanadaWomen OrganizationControlling the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus
Better Vaccine distribution. Better assistance to Civil Society which could do a better job than governments
Civil Society Partners against COVID19Yes but not at this moment. Too extensive for a single line of type.
Tripla Difesa onlusItlay
Non-Governmental Organization
Great relationship each other countries.
Honestly policies with the great social commitment have to establish the developing countries. Great steps With essential needs to fill up the people's demand and respect the people's emotion. Awareness the whole world to stopped the bad political assignment.
Suman barua, country : Italy. Organization name: tripla difesa onlusYes
Non-Governmental Organization
Adaptation of our plans SDGS tracking tools
DR Congo we are are promoting SDGS via WASH , Food security and Education actions
Funding ti local NGOS is critical issue to be discussed
Non-Governmental Organization
SDG 3 must be prioritised by 60% vaccinated in all country.
Multilateral institutions at national, subnational and local level
Local govenment leadership in SDGs and recovery better to leave no one behind.
Local SDGs institutions for SDGs localisation.
Local volunter SDGs rapports without other public take out of socio-economic and investment at local level.
Promote local governments accountablity, gouvernance, transparency of local SDGs development plan,
Political will, decentralisation, digital challenges
No No
Association Avocats Sans Frontières Humanitaires du Cameroun
Non-Governmental Organization
Dynamique des Groupes des Peuples Autochtones (DGPA)
République Démocratique du Congo
Indigenous Peoples
the priority actions for me are economic recovery and the resumption of bilateral and multilateral cooperation. This is justified by the poverty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many communities could not continue with agricultural activities due to the containment and barrier measures. cala also impacted many economic activities reducing the rate of export of food around the world. a situation that has impacted more on third world countries
I believe that it is necessary to strengthen policies linked to bilateral and multilateral cooperation. COVID-19 has allowed us to understand the weaknesses and limitations of the different cooperation policies that currently exist. Each state had put forward its territorial sovereignty to the point of closing its own borders. We are almost back to the situation of the 1940s. It is necessary to accompany the states of the third world in the implementation of public policies capable of allowing them to face pandemics in the days to come

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For the achievement of the SDGs, we believe that it is currently important to include indigenous peoples as they play an important role in the sustainable management of natural resources. The idea is to see how to implement nature-based solutions. Therefore, the Dynamique des Groupes des Peuples Autochtones (DGPA), a national platform of indigenous pygmies located in the DRC and contact person: Patrick SAIDI HEMEDI (
patriotic vision PVAWorldwide
Non-Governmental Organization
Building back better it suggests that the way we were “building” before the pandemic was not good. This is certainly true where health systems were not delivering for the poor but Covid-19 has taught us that healthcare has to be public because heath is public; the climate change is a hoax but we have learned from covid-19 that the science who told us to worry about covid-19 is the same science telling us to worry about climate change and that oil is worthless in a society without consumption; Covid reminded us that the lowest paid people in the country are the most essential to its functioning and that we live in a society, not an economy; the education system was not teaching students; and over 60 percent of the labor force was in the informal sector. While the reasons for these problems are manifold, they have one feature in common: They have existed for a long time beacouse we are a world in crisis. Not just because of COVID-19, but because of the last few decades. Climate change, poverty, racism, inequality and injustice – these are the crises of a system that no longer works.
If you want the real stories, you have to go where people live, where essential workers live. It was in places like that that I got the best sense of what people were thinking, and how they were doing. I talked with young people who were frustrated. Who told me that they couldn't get a job. I heard from women and girls who still face inequality just because they are women. I saw countries relying on the same immigrants they didn't want in their country to harvest and provide food for stores. And I had the opportunity to met parents and grandparents who worked hard their whole lives and are now living without access to food and healthcare.

Improve health services for the poor.
Learning outcomes for schoolchildren.
Create the good, well-paying jobs that people need and deserve.
Strengthen and grow the middle class, and help those working hard to join it.
Build an economy that works for everyone, an green economic that is broadly shared, depends on everyone to pay their fair share of taxes, and to pay a living wage for everyone regardless of their race, color or gender.
Adolescent Breast and Pelvic cancer Awareness Initiative
Non-Governmental Organization
In Nigeria and other Africa countries, I suggest standard specialist Hospitals/ Research institute should be build in partnership with United Nations and other international organizations etc to ensure professional health care for gender (Women/girls/ Children) COVID 19 Pandemic have forced the whole world to confront our broken system.
Partnership with United Nations Entity, international financiers, world expert in manufacturing equipments, the host organization and host Government etc.
We, Adolescent Breast and Pelvic cancer Awareness Initiative, registered sensitive advocacy appeal that Gender Specialist Hospital should be build in Nigeria Enugu State, through partnerships.
We appeal for partnership.
Barzani Charity Foundation/bcf
Non-Governmental Organization
The covid19 showed us that the lack of coordination and communication between countries especially the rich and superpowers was a major contributor for spreed virus faster, even in post covid19 still the coordination between countries has not happened, also the covid19 crisis has revealed that how divided the world is and the gap between rich and poor countries has widened
For improvement for full implementation of SDG2030 agenda we believe that stronger coordination and setting up a international joint committee crisis to prepare and respond to alkie covid19 in future is necessary
The one world and humanity policy can be achieved to establish a joint committee also the ngo in each countries can be part of this group, the ECOSOC can provide assistance and facilitate this and provide mediation between countries to reach solution
Iraq/Kurdistan region Erbil ministry of planning Zagros Fatah position deputy minister of planning
We propose that the accessing to medical need including covid19 and any future virus is a human right, ECOSOC should push for resolution on this so poorer nations are not left out
Hope for a better future(H4BF)
Non-Governmental Organization
Internal disputes in Cameroon and many other nations are impeding the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. Combating the COVID-19 epidemic while in conflict is a big task. There are communities we can't reach because of conflict-related roadblocks; many already-built structures have been destroyed; and more young people are joining armed groups and engaging in illicit activities.

Polarization, extremism, inequality, and conflicts, according to most country development plans, are believed to be generated by a lack of perspective.

I respectfully propose that countries increasing their economies by providing PERSPECTIVE for young people and women through skill development, capacity building, and leadership training, with an emphasis on ecologically responsible activities as a priority

By recognizing this, we are not only assisting in the creation of decent jobs and economic growth, but we are also assisting in the reduction of inequality, the eradication of poverty, the abolition of hunger, the maintenance of peace, justice, and strong institutions, among other things.
National Youth Policies, Government laws and policies for gender equality
Name: EN Power
• En-Power aims to create perspective for vulnerable youths by enhancing their chances for employability in an upcoming market with growth potential. By training these youngsters with relevant skills they can contribute positively to society, it will boost their self-esteem, prevent them from taking an active role in the conflict.
• To reinforce and empower the Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in these industries so as to increase and upgrade local employment opportunities.
• To bring together international public and private partners with local stakeholders to ensure the impact of the project is long lasting and has global outreach.
Focal person
Name: Ngo Abdulai Banfogha
Bella Foundation for Child and Maternal Care
Non-Governmental Organization
Good health and Well-being, Quality Education,Gender Equality and empower all women and girls..

There has been an increase in Gender based violence especially during the COVID 19 lockdown.

Due to COVID 19 pandemic most parents have lost their job and children cannot go to chool and they're have to drop out since their parents cannot afford to pay for school fees, buy school uniforms and books.

The health sector have lost most of their staff to COVID 19 leading to shortage of staff to cater for the number of. people.infected with communicable.diseases
On the issue of Gender Based Violence the government ahould make sure that law on Gender based violence is enacted and where these laws exist it should be implemented

On the issue of education government should pass a law making education from primary to secondary school level compulsory

On health, government should employ more staff and make sure health facilities at the local government level is functioning.and well equipped.
Not aware of any
Partnership to end child marriage. Child marriage is on the increase and need a multi stakeholders approach to curb.
Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women's Project Ltd
United KingdomWomen Organization
Often key decisions made at the High Level Political Forum are NOT filtered to support small grass root organisations like ours that actually are delivering that very pledged policy of education, empowerment and engagement. to ensure that all are onboard it is important to have a means of testing whether these policies are being implemented as they should by giving Charities and small organisations a REAL voice in the decision making and the provision of adequate resources. UN decisions on EDI are welcomed and very much honourably accepted by governments but we know they are not been implemented in many areas especially on gender equality and so these decisions remain a great theoretical example that is far from reality. crucial therefore that we think locally in order to serve globally, as the other way around is not reaching those who really need ur support. Covid has been the catalyst in terms of measuring the violence against women and young girls. we have seen our annual targets being reached within the first quarter of the year at the beginning of the pandemic and this is the UK! can u imagine places like Afghanistan?
revisit the way ECOSOC is working with governments to ensure these great policies are really implemented on the ground and supporting those who we intend to help and empower. perhaps involving the voluntary sector more as advisor, more power and resources?? third sector funding does not always benefit grassroot organisations that struggle on daily basis to support their client group.
no I'm stated previously
Compassion Soul Winning Outreach International
Non-Governmental Organization
Threat of famine
On November 1, 2021 according to the World Food Program, “there are 45 million people in 43 countries at the ‘emergency’ phase of food insecurity in 2021, just one step away from a declaration of famine. The number of people who are food insecure has increased by a staggering 4.5 million in the last year alone” ((

Firstly, I do believe that our continent of Africa is very rich with great soil, climate, and human resources but paradoxically we continue to suffer severe food insecurity as the result of bad leadership, dependency mindset (Aid Mindset), growing number of unrest/civil war, and corruption.

To mitigate food insecurity especially doing this time of the COVID19 pandemic, I think government, civil society and all stakeholders should be able to create the environment to empower farmers with the requisite skills, resources, and technology that will also provide Irrigation system farming due to climate change so that farmers can graduate from subsistence farming to merchandise farming and develop a storage system so that perishable food items can be saved.

Prioritized agriculture on national budget and intentionally fight against corruption that has over the years undermined the development of Africa and our economy.
Develop leaders and communities that will break the dependency mindset and create the environment where we can graduate from aid mindset to a development mindset.

Liberia is a country of which 30% plus youth served as child soldiers and a nation that has gone through several years of brokenness, pain and trauma as the result of the 14 years of civil war, Ebola, and now COVID-19. My passion and desire is Develop leaders and communities that will break the dependency mindset.

Please see links towards our response to COVID19 as we serve the physically challenged:

Also please see another link of our work with the visually impaired in Liberia who are also vulnerable in Liberia:
The change of Africa can only be sustained by Africa through a win/win partnership from the international community with proper accountability that will definitely produce food security within the continent.

I do believe that a sustainable development and growth can only take place when we decide to take responsibility and own the process of our growth and development. I believe it is time for us to grow from aid to sustainable development. The change of Africa can only take place when we are able to own the change and become very international in creating the Africa we desire. I believe with God on our side we will get there but it starts with this generation.
Internationale Gemeinschaft für die Unterstützung von Kriegsopfern e.V.
Non-Governmental Organization
1- Full implementation of sustainable social development based on the index of meeting the basic needs of low-income people in society and improving the lives of the poor worldwide.
Refer to Social Sustainable Development and Economic Transformation
OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 39-50, 2014:Abdoullah Bazyar
2-Just as social crises are rooted in the economic and security policies of countries, the Corona crisis, which is based on signs of human security, is rooted in the patterns of action of effective actors in international politics. The great powers and the industrialized countries used all their power and capability to maximize economic profit.
3-Although the Corona Crisis, in the short term, has shocked social groups and world leaders with "shock and astonishment," the reality is that such a process could create a new order in international politics. Industrialized nations have realized that environmental and health threats, such as identity challenges, terrorist wars, and regional conflicts, can challenge the psychological security of society and the state. Such an atmosphere could reproduce a new form of "government helplessness."
1- Achieving the priorities is to pay special attention to the financial situation of less developed countries and to establish financial and credit decision centers in regions such as the Middle East and Central Africa.
2- Helping non-governmental organizations to provide more support to the poor people.
3-Many citizens around the world are deprived of a social and international system and the reasons for living in these countries are prohibitions, economic sanctions by the United States and the European Union.
Internationale Gemeinschaft für die Unterstützung von Kriegsopfern e.V. IGUK is one of the organizations with regional development programs operating in the Middle East.
IGUK in consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council 2016. is a non-governmental, independent and apolitical organization with the aim of providing material and spiritual support to war victims around the world in the fields of medicine, law, economics and culture, scientific research and promoting socio-economic development. It is based on gender, race, language, culture, religion and nationality.• Health improvement and development programs for war victims and social harms, including asylum seekers and immigrants;
1. We urge the authorities and international organizations and countries that act in accordance with the Declaration of the Human Rights Organization and are committed to it to issue recommendations and do all they can to lift the sanctions and siege imposed on the nation. Independent countries and states are working hard to ensure that citizens and victims around the world, in addition to enduring terrorist wars, increase their economic hardship.
2. also We call on international authorities and organizations and states that are recognized and committed to the work under the Charter and Principles of the United Nations to redouble their efforts to compel the occupying forces in all countries that are immediately outside the territory of the Occupied Territories
Non-Governmental Organization
One of the main priorities for OIDEL is to bear in mind a common good approach in which all actors are heard and have a role to play
In the field of education, OIDEL has published this report with good proactices in the field of education
RESO-Femmes International
Non-Governmental Organization
Non-Governmental Organization
Capacity building, community support, high tech information mechanism put in place to reach out to local communities and other vulnerable groups not reachable by modern communication means.
Disease control and major research on prevalence and control.
Capacity building at all levels of the society.
Effective planning of the communities and towns with well developed information technology that filter information circulation to shown stigmatization.
Youth Foundation of Bangladesh
Non-Governmental Organization
COVID-19 is an epidemic that has put the world in a challenging position. The developed countries of the world have also failed a lot to deal with this challenge. Facing difficulties to come back from its effects.
Young people are struggling to turn back with their own initiative .Lots of young people has taken various small and medium initiatives for recovery. This is very remarkable that the participation of women has increased rapidly.

The reservation of food is important to measure the country strength. We have sufficient of food reservation which helped us to recover the pandemic crisis. That’s why we need to more attention on agricultural sector. We need to increase youth participation on agriculture.
1. Have to take youth participatory program including confirmation of financial support.
2. Need to provide and confirm Information technology and science based education.
3. Need more modernize and provide technology on agriculture.
4. Need solidarity on youth based program.
Ensuring the participation of the youth will change the economy.
1 . Science and technology based training should be increased.
2 . Research program and entrepreneurship projects is most important.
3 . From the global concept various opportunities need to be created for small and medium entrepreneurs.
4 . Need to increase and confirm youth participation on agriculture.
COVID-19 is a good lesson for all. We took initiative to provide instant support and aftermath recovery program which is Emergency Response & Rehabilitation program (ERRP). Under the rehabilitation part we provide training program to create small and medium entrepreneur.
Project By: Youth Foundation of Bangladesh.
Organizations under the ECOOSOC Forum need to coordinate and cooperate in the implementation of SDGs through solidarity projects through youth organizations.
Misère Option ZéroTogo
Non-Governmental Organization
high-speed internet access that has become vital to keep businesses and governments running - Large-scale rapid action against growth arrest or reversal to prevent hunger, illiteracy and social unrest - Hotels and restaurants, culture and events which have lived off state subsidies
Already thinking about solutions to support political reforms aimed at installing faster, more resilient and equitable growth
The WACA ResIP Project supports the strengthening of the resilience of communities and coastal assets in Benin, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal and Togo. It aims to strengthen the absorption, adaptation and transformation capacities of the six beneficiary countries and to reduce the common risks to which they are exposed. The WAEMU Commission is implementing the regional component of the said project. Led by the UEMOA Commissioner in charge of agriculture, water resources and the environment, Professor Kako NUBUKPO
Working together with governments, businesses, development partners and multilateral organizations, across the entire public-private spectrum, ECOSOC will prove that it can help meet this challenge. And it is by continuing this intense global collaboration that the world will succeed together.
Lion Damien Club
Republic Demovratic of Congo
Non-Governmental Organization
the climate situation being chaotic, we at Lion Damien Club believe with strong conviction that the primary subject to be dealt with should be climate change. we must come to a clear conclusions to avoid planetary scandals.
We Lion Damien Club ask that;
1. The economic and social department of the united nations, empower NGOs and government to work together in this perspective locally.
2. Encourages donors and financial institutions to make funds available for an in-depth study on this subject while creating large projects for the conservation of forests in Africa,
3. Limit the export of African timber
4. A formal review of every activity that could pollute
We well know that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), were adopted by the United Nations as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity but we don't think that we can build anything while we are in chaos. We need to be more conscience about this issue, there is a lot of good projects for us to achieve that goal but protect first our planet.
High-Level Political Forum and ECOSOC should work on the effective participation of NGOs in all their activities.
Women United for Economic Empowerment
Non-Governmental Organization
The main priorities that can help in building back better from the COVID -19 are but not limited to good job, equality and good education.
Introduction of software to help manage and monitor staff from discrimination, harassments , misconduct and inequality.
No idea
Yes, I would suggest new or expanded actions, commitments or partnerships that could be initiated at the Partnership Forum and launch details to HLPF and ECOSOC
ACECC TC 14Global
Education & Academic Entities
Building back better means, in part, physical infrastructure. Most of the discussion on infrastructure has been on finance. Even without additional finance, countries will spend an enormous amount on new infrastructure between now and 2030. Engineering profession and broader engineering/construction sector knows how to build better - infrastructure that is sustainable and resilient. UN should use its convening power to make sure that this knowledge is reflected in practice globally.
The UN should endorse and encourage policies and practices that already exist in both the government and private sector. For example, projects should be rated for sustainability using a recognized sustainable infrastructure rating system such as ISI Envision. See e.g PANYNJ Sustainable Infrastructure guidelines. PANYNJ has embedded the ISI Rating System in its guidance.
The Asian Civil Engineering Coordinating Council (ACECC) has had as its organizing principle since its founding in 1999 to promote collaborative work towards sustainable development of infrastructure within the Asian regions. This initiative has been supported by a technical committee on sustainable infrastructure with "The three-year goal ( to 2022 and CECAR9 ) for TC 14 is to develop a sustainable infrastructure roadmap tailored to the Asian region and supportive of the UN SDGs." The Committee holds regular seminars with participation by government and non-government engineers. These seminars have been virtual for the last two years. One of the seminars was by UNEP on its International Good Principles for Sustainable Infrastructure.
A partnership between the UN and civil society to transform engineering practice by 2030 to ensure that all new infrastructure is both sustainable and resilient. Ensure that the right projects are being done, they are being done right, and that all member states have the needed engineering capacity.
Center for communication and sustainable dévelopment for all
Non-Governmental Organization
-Providing employment opportunities to citizen in Cameroon.
-Providing adequate health facilities in Cameroon.
-Granting loans to firms in Cameroon.
-Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all in Cameroon.
-Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.
-Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
-Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development in Cameroon .
-Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems in Cameroon.
-Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development in Cameroon.
-Promote Partnership through green entrepreneurship of Cameroon.
-Increasing revenue through green entrepreneurship project.
-Elimination of taxes from custom duties and on all product in Cameroon.
-Provide subvention to small holders of green entrepreneurship in Cameroon.
-Support handcraft training programs in Cameroon.
-Involved more women in recycling activities in Cameroon.
Women's Health and Education Center (WHEC)
United States
Non-Governmental Organization
Civil Society and e-Commerce Can Help Reverse Inequality

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in mixed fortunes for some e-commerce companies, reversing the profits of firm offering services such as ride-hailing and travel. The dramatic rise in e-commerce amid movement restriction induced by COVID-19 increased online retail sales’ share from 16% to 19% in 2020. Meanwhile, global e-commerce sales jumped to 26.7% trillion globally in 2019, up 4% from 2018. These statistics show the growing importance of online activities. They also point to the need for countries, especially developing one, to have such information as they rebuild their economies in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

We know that the digital economy can bring great benefits to developing countries, but we need to address some critical questions to ensure that digitalization leads to the future we want. Key issues include the development implications of the use of digital platforms in terms of; data privacy, competition, job creation and the sharing of benefits.

WHEC’s Recommendations and Initiatives in Social Activism

1. Become champions: Social activism can influence any moves to establish ethical frameworks for technologies such as AI and gene editing, reflecting grassroots interests across societies.
2. Lobby for more legal tools: As technological change often outpaces the legal and regulatory environment that was designed for a bygone era, civil society can inform lawmakers of this mismatch and lobby for change.
3. Ensure accountability: This is needed to ensure the commitment of all stakeholders towards SDGs and the long-term prosperity of people and protection of the planet.
4. Drive mass information: WHEC is raising public awareness of the multifaceted risks of rapid technological developments, including bias, discrimination, privacy, ethics, and the spread of false or misleading information.
5. Change behavior: Our social activism initiatives are accessible in 227 countries and territories to about 14 million subscribers every year, from its LINK Access Project, available via WHEC Global Health Line -

WHEC supports strategic “foresight and technological assessment” initiatives to better understand the socioeconomic and environmental implications of new technologies. Achieving this will require the invaluable local knowledge of citizens, and WHEC is fostering this through the dialogue series.

Building the capacity of civil society organizations to implement technology-based solutions, including resources provision, staff training, and platform management is critical to supporting mutual growth and development in the recent industrial revolution.

If we want frontier technologies to have positive impact in developing countries, they should not be seen as just “users technologies.”
Science & Technological Community
World Roma Federation United States
Non-Governmental Organization
Access to clean water, agency engagement and cross sector information sharing as a means to both save lives and minimize re-exposure to life threatening pathogens from a communal setting. Food, sanitation equipment, and drinking water drop-off and pick-up zones should be available to all at-risk and marginalized communities. This reduces malnutrition, susceptibility to disease due to weak immune systems, and is contingent upon access to onsite and offsite treatment parameters for minimal transmission. Free sanitation services provisional on the precepts that the families and individuals receiving such services live within or beneath the poverty line. More agency inception for funding and program development based upon inputs and data allocated from NGO's and Civil societies.
Policies that ensure the proper authenticity of data reported regarding at-risk communities and marginalized subgroups affected and recovering from the pandemic. Encourages all degrees of communal engagement to learn more about how the disease/variant functions, the time it takes per host from exposure to mortality, and mutation time. Policies that encourage more pathogen research and development for the proper comprehension of vaccine viability in a long term scope to thwart host exposure and transmission.
Not off hand
Yes, especially with new studies indicating that vaccines will be rather moot long term and may have little to no significance. Therefore, the only viable measure in face of such a feat is more funding to the appropriate sectors for research, vaccine development, and for proper medical treatment, equipment, and protective gear to save lives and protect viable medical staff as we face COVID and the Variant the the next following months.
Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, Inc. (ECOSOC accredited NGO)
USA/Global presence
Non-Governmental Organization
States must prioritize social protection programs especially related to health systems and comprehensive national insurance for its citizens, publicly fund Adaptation towards climate resilience, focusing on nature and ecosystem based strengthening and focusing on regenerative agriculture that is local and support food security. All these must be whole of society and government, human-nature centered approach, human rights centered, and take into account the most vulnerable first. Divestment of all fossil fuel subsidies and military appropriations to fund climate mitigation and adaptation.
International: Tax the digital technology industries; stop IFFs; tax on the wealthy; tax carbon based fuels and energies; incentivize all zero carbon and natural adaptation and mitigation programs.
Agroecology and national adaptation work in the Philippines. Local government units in the Philippines and their implementation of environmental laws such as Climate Change Act; Clean Air Act; Clean Water Act; National Greening Program by Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
We do not need new expanded actions, what we need is to strengthen all actions that are Nature-human approach, and scale projects that are already working. To do this, government must fund them! We do not wait for private stakeholders to fund.
Partenaires pour le Développement Rural - ONG-PDR
Non-Governmental Organization
Reconstruire en mieux après la pandémie
- assurer un relèvement durable et résilient après la pandémie de COVID-19
- renforcer la résilience post-pandémique par la science, la technologie et l'innovation
- Reprendre la vie après la pandémie
- Trouver les voies de sortie de crise du coronavirus et environnement : quelle sortie de crise.
Justification : L’épidémie de COVID-19 a profondément modifié les interactions sociales et le mode de fonctionnement des organisations.
Son impact a touché tous les secteurs de développement économique, social et culturel de l’humanité toute entière. Qu’il s’agisse particulièrement l’éducation, la santé, l’économie, le tourisme, le commerce, l’environnement (changement climatique), la planète (oubliée), la vie sociale, les inégalités, les racismes. Personne n’a été épargné, alors l’humanité doit faire face pour la progression de la mise en œuvre de l’Agenda 2030. L’ECOSOC doit profondément discuter et rapidement entamer des actions pour arrêter les nouvelles vagues qui s’annoncent à l’horizon pour ne pas mettre à l’eau des efforts déjà menés.
Suivre le protocole national pour assurer la santé et la sécurité des salariés en entreprise face à l’épidémie de COVID-19, notamment :
- Mesures de prévention dans l’entreprise contre la COVID-19
- Services de santé au travail durant l’épidémie de Covid-19
- Télétravail en période de COVID-19
- Mesures de prévention-santé « hors COVID-19
- Dispositions particulières à l’égard des personnes vulnérables, à risques de forme grave de COVID-19
- Coronavirus et écologie :
- changer de modèle, pour une sortie de crise réaliste
- décryptage du Coronavirus, environnement et climat :
- Mobilisation pour une sortie de crise écologique et sociale
- Mise en œuvre d’actions prospectives et/ou des partenariats innovants avec toutes les parties prenantes ayant un impact sur les ODD sur le terrain
- Engagement les acteurs/Experts ou les nouveaux partenaires et/ou élargis
- Renforcement les organisations : ONG/OING, OSC, Institutions Universitaires, Communautés scientifiques, secteur privé, organisation philanthropiques, les gouvernements
Le Gouvernement du Mali a élaboré, dans le domaine sanitaire, le plan d’action pour la prévention et la réponse au COVID-19, pour assurer la continuité de l'apprentissage, malgré la fermeture des écoles. Une stratégie de lutte contre la pandémie de la COVID-19 en milieu scolaire a été envisagée sur l'utilisation de techniques d'apprentissage visant à limiter les risques de déperdition scolaire. Les contenus éducatifs sont diffusés par les stations de radio et de télévision (ORTM et Radio nationale) à travers le développement d'une plateforme d'apprentissage numérique et de programmes radiophoniques éducatifs interactifs. Point focal: Lamine KAMISSOKO, +223-66714677. E-mail.
Assurer l’accès de tous à une éducation de qualité, sur un pied d’égalité, et promouvoir des possibilités d’apprentissage tout au long de la vie à travers des solutions numériques pour l’éducation et l’apprentissage assurant la continuité des services éducatifs afin d’atténuer l’impact de la crise de la COVID-19.
L’intervention va également investir de façon active dans la réalisation des principes clés d’égalité, de non-discrimination, de participation significative, d’inclusion et de redevabilité et garantir le respect des droits numériques tout au long du processus, analyser les risques pour s’assurer qu’ils ne causent aucun préjudice et que personne n’est laissé pour compte.
Action pour le Développement du Sahel
Non-Governmental Organization
Revoir notre plan stratégique et developper les actions dans l'immédiat en tenant compte de la réalité du terrain
Nous allons avoir un impact plus large à travers nos actions. Aujourd'hui ,nous ne disposons pas de plan de contingence dans nos actions. J'aimerais que toutes organisations disposent d'un plan de contingence pour repondre favoirable aux aléas.
l'ONG ADESA dont je represente , est une organisationale qui apporte son appui aux groupements feminins, des cooperatives et Union au Niger. Nous mettrons en place des plans de contingence chaque année compte tenu des aléas que le Niger faire face. En terme d'innovation , veuillez implementer, le plan d'action communautaire d'adaptation dans nos communautés.
ma suggestion c'est de voir comment impliquer les ONGs nationales pour le partage de leur expérience car ils sont proche des bénéficiaires.
Strength in Diversity Development Centre
Non-Governmental Organization
Most developing nations were inflicted with hunger, high rate of poverty and inadequate health facilities to cope with the surge. Many fragile societies have been worse hit by the pandemic and have been so devastating to really get back to normal life. Hence, the dire need to rescue such Nations in order to achieve an all inclusive SDGs in 2030.
Governments must be accountable and transparent in the management of relief resources and palliatives. Funds must be judiciously spent and resources be deployed to ameliorate the sufferings of the people. Fragile Nations must offered the best intervention mechanism to improve standard of living. Government policy thrust address food security, poverty reduction, shelter and conflicts. CSOs must endeavour to do more of advocacy to move government to action, create mechanism to track budgets and ensure they engage policy makers for effective and efficient management of resources.
The Federal Government of Nigeria Anchor Borrowers Scheme, Traders Money, etc.
(1) Anti-corruption Reporting PLatforms, Civil Society Partnership for SDGs, Empowerment For Fragility, etc
Non-Governmental Organization
The Main SUGGESTED THEME is for Introducing Cognitive education. There is a strong conviction that challenges of the modern society could be solved only by re-engineering our social development systems in cognizance with Universal principles of peace and productivity.
The Universe is developed from inorganic to organic by means of cognition of intra and inter-active communication. Mankind need to adopt this scientific path for social excellence. Just as a seed grow from its inorganic state to organic tree, one has to grow independently to become an entrepreneur enjoying the life peacefully and prosperously. The word “peace” means “equal distribution” and ‘prosperously’ means being “contented for further advancement”. Ownership and responsibility is seen as inherent properties of Universal self. Lack of proper knowledge of creative communication is the problem behind the disintegrated affairs of the present society.

From the outcomes of the Operational Research and Applications, governments will be able to emulate these innovative systems for improvement and welfare of the people and the nations at large

From the present stagnated state of mankind of elemental world, we need to upsurge to the world of human (Science) and spiritual (Art of Entrepreneurship).It is a requisite that the present custom based education, industry, governance and economic practices need change. Knowledge of culturing self for creativity and for social excellence as universal conscious function is essential to enjoy the nectar of life peacefully.
You may be aware of my initiative in social media creating awareness regularly publishing articles for the last seven to eight years. Please
refer the link: Now the esteemed Government of India in realization of the same has initiated measures for listing of CSR companies as this social aspect is going to be value factor for future Industry, trade and business for sustainable development.
SCOSAQ -the NGO suggests innovative partnership to address/resolve the problems of the society assist government agencies for formulating appropriate policies for social developments, joint ventures with the government/NGOs/institutions/industrial /agricultural educational activities with emphasis on Cognitive Science.

The fundamental challenge of the Big ZERO (Seed nature )of most of our people, Individually, Collectively at higher level development platforms of the development systems of most of the Nations and International organizations unable to deliver prospectively. This could be confidently addressed with our in house expertise research works of Cognitive Science of Education and Art of Entrepreneurship in Collaboration with UN UNIVERSITY or UN associated any other Development Forum.
Association Avocats Sans Frontières Humanitaires du Cameroun
Non-Governmental Organization
Nous sommes interressée par cette priorité de rebâtir les politiques gouvernementales post covid 19
Parceque d'une part cette pandémie en soit constitue une violation des Droits humains en ce que elle a restreint l'exercice des libertés individuelles
D'autre part , cette violation des droits humains qu'à engendre la pandémie a eu des conséquences très dévastatrices sur les économies mondiales et de chaque Etat
Il est donc urgent de repenser une nouvelle politique gouvernementale en intégrant cette réalité des effets néfastes de la pandémie.pour une meilleure relance économique mondiale
Et une nouvelle approche de politique gouvernementale à toutes les étapes de la vie des citoyens.
Nous pensons que des politiques concertées devront être implémentés
En ce sens que la prise de conscience de la situation chaotique doit être mis en exergue
Et l'Ecosoc peut organiser des campagnes de communication sur la question faire prendre conscience de la situation dramatique.
Ensuite les réformes législatives doivent être opérées dans les états dans certaines domaines de la vie publique
Telle que la santé la justice, les droits de l'homme et bien d'autres encore
Les échanges d'expériences doivent être préconisées pour emprunter des bonnes pratiques qui auraient fonctionnes dans un état et implementables dans l'autre .
Nous avons à notre niveau dans le cadre de nos activités de l'association
Organisé plusieurs webinar avec les ONG ainsi qu'avec le gouvernement sur la sensibilisation de la réalité du covid 19
Sur ses implications et ses conséquences
Ainsi que sur la nécessité d'observer les mesures barrières
Nous voulons avec appui d'ecosoc et grâce au forum porter notre voix dans le cadre des dégâts causés dans la violation des Droits Humains par cette pandémie au Cameroun
Et inciter ainsi les citoyens à pouvoir se défendre et préserver leur droit dans la limite de la légalité
Dans la mesure ou bien entendu Ilya des abus de pouvoirs et d'autorité de la part des gouvernements
Oui je propose l'adoption des solutions concertées
La pandémie ayant été maîtrisée
Je propose une sensibilisation au retour normal des choses
Car faut il le rappeller nous relevons beaucoup d'abus tirer de la pandémie
Alors que les droits humains restreints devraient être réhabilités.
Aussi le forum peut prendre des résolutions opposables aux Etats membres ainsi qu'aux ONG ayant le statut de lecosoc afin de reléguer l'information au niveau local
De plus l'Ecosoc doit financer et accompagner les ONG qui manifestent la volonté de le faire
International Society of Nephrology
Non-Governmental Organization
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating physical, mentaland fiscal impact on the millions of people living with circulatory health problems who have a higher risk of severe illness and death from the virus.In addition to older age, people living
with CVD, stroke, obesity, diabetes,
kidney disease, and hypertension are at a
particularly greater risk from severe forms
of COVID-19 and its consequences.
Simultaneously, the burden of COVID-19
and the measures necessary to retard its
progression have had a significant impact
upon health systems and our patients’
ability to access vital medical care facilities
such as primary care, dialysis, acute
services or after care and rehabilitation.
Finally, emerging evidence suggests that
a substantial proportion of COVID-19
survivors are at increased risk of adverse
circulatory health outcomes.
As the chief representatives of the global
circulatory health community and patients,
the Global Coalition for Circulatory Health
(GCCH) calls on WHO Member States to
adopt a Framework Convention or similar
instrument on Emergency Preparedness
which will mitigate the impact of any future
pandemic upon our patients
Prevent, screen, and treat for circulatory conditions through coordinated national
COVID-19 response and recovery plans via concerted patient co-creation and
• Increase spending and develop targeted policies to tackle CVD and NCD risk
factors, including the social and commercial determinants of health, using revenues from fiscal policies (i.e., taxation of unhealthy commodities, such as alcohol and tobacco products)
Include indicators on circulatory disease prevalence, comorbidities, and risk factors into measures of pandemicreadiness, resilience, and response
• Ensure people living with circulatory conditions and in low-resource settings
have good and equitable access to essential health services, including medicines, supplies and associated devices, through Primary Health Care
• Provide priority access to vaccination and other disease prevention methods for those with underlying circulatory risk factors
• Support and integrate the use of effective new models to deliver quality health services
• Invest in research to improve understanding of determinants and on developing sustainable and scalable models of integrated long-term response
to emerging health challenges.
Compassion Soul Winning Outreach International
Liberia, Ghana, South Africa
Non-Governmental Organization
Threat of famine
On November 1, 2021 according to the World Food Program, “there are 45 million people in 43 countries at the
‘emergency’ phase of food insecurity in 2021, just one step away from a declaration of famine. The number of people who are food insecure has increased by a staggering 4.5 million in the last year alone” ((https://www.wfp. org/stories/wfp-glance).

Firstly, I do believe that our continent of Africa is very rich with great soil, climate, and human resources but paradoxically we continue to suffer severe food insecurity as
the result of bad leadership, dependency mindset (Aid Mindset), growing number of unrest/civil war, and corruption. To mitigate food insecurity especially doing this time of the COVID19 pandemic, I think government, civil society and all stakeholders should be able to create the environment to empower farmers with the requisite skills, resources, and
technology that will also provide Irrigation system farming due to climate change so that farmers can graduate from subsistence farming to merchandise farming and develop a storage system so that perishable food items can be saved.
Prioritized agriculture on national budget and intentionally fight against corruption that has over the years undermined the development of Africa and our economy. Develop leaders and communities that will break the dependency mindset and create the environment where we can graduate from aid mindset to a development mindset which will empower our work by educating the children while teaching agricultural skills to youth and women for financial freedom (South Africa and Ghana). We also provide nutritional food parcels for the underprivileged families for them to have a healthy life to help reduce hunger in the society. I think with that policy Compassion Soul Winning International Outreach would be able to continuously achieve the sustainable development goals.

Liberia is a country of which 30% plus youth served as child soldiers and a nation that has gone through several years of brokenness, pain and trauma as the result of the 14 years of civil war, Ebola, and now COVID-19. Our passion and desire is Develop leaders and communities that will break the dependency mindset.

Please take your time and go through all our website pages and social media pages to know more about our work here :

Please see links towards our response to COVID19 as we serve the physically challenged: samaritan/2021/february/christianity-is-not-just-doing-but-being.html?
fbclid=IwAR2ptghMBHVM_YZuqmWl-SPOIwHUvfn_scfcJ3iNvQKY- 2l_7aN3ucS5rA8

Also please see another link of our work with the visually impaired in Liberia who are also vulnerable in Liberia: https://www.theinquirernewspaper. com/amp/afla-identifies-with-blind-association/
The change of Africa can only be sustained by Africa through a win/win partnership from the international community with proper accountability that will definitely produce food security within the continent. I do believe that a sustainable development and growth can only take place when we decide to take responsibility and own the process of our growth and development. I believe it is time for us to grow from aid to sustainable development. The change of Africa can only take place when we are able to own the change and become very international in creating the Africa we desire. I believe with God on our side we will get
there but it starts with this generation.
Ciscos/Ugl (Centro internazionale sindacale per la cooperazione allo sviluppo
Non-Governmental Organization
Putting the world economy on the right track towards a sustainable transition, growth and employment, as well as ensuring prosperity for citizens, two key words "recovery" and "reconstruction" by strengthening the resilience of Europe and the whole world, on the basis of inclusive sustainable growth, decent work, and social justice. Reconstruction investments and reforms should be used to overcome the economic crisis caused by COVID19. My motivation is: "Unleashing the full potential of the single market, achieving the goals of sustainable development, creating a circular and global economy, achieving climate neutrality that threatens the world, as well as guaranteeing good governance.
In my opinion we should support business policies and guarantee jobs, initiatives to support the economy, support the recovery of tourism in europe and around the world, guarantee food for all, protect technological activities that can guarantee jobs , establish safe economic forecasts, foster a world globalization for investments, work to reduce the deficit of countries at risk Ecosoc could have a significant impact by helping developing countries in full pandemic by providing vaccines, apply sustainable development aid in those countries countries at risk to recover from the crisis and achieve goals in future years. to influence countries for the relief of public debt, favoring the creation of jobs, in sectors such as construction, renewable energy, transport and trade in general, try to fight with its functional commissions the increase of poverty and hunger, through measures that include programs social protection and relief, ecosoc could prioritize and access advanced technologies and innovations in particular digital technologies essential to achieve the goals.
What I do know is that a few years ago more than 150 leaders of international governments met at the United Nations to contribute to global development, promote human well-being and protect the environment.The community of states approved the 2030 agenda for development. sustainable development, the essential elements of which are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs / SDGS) and the 169 Goals that aim to end poverty, fight inequality and social and economic development, tackle climate change, and build states However, the 2030 agenda marks a radical change for the implementation of policies on international cooperation, and sustainable development on a global level, to interact with the aims of the Ecosoc Partnership Forum.
I know that the 2019 session of the HLPF under the auspices of the General Assembly will look to the future by proposing to heads of state and governments to overcome obstacles and work in the near future in partnership with the high-level resolutions of the United Nations, considering the vision of the 2030 Agenda and in the SDGs, asking to strengthen local governments and other interested parties in pursuing the common objectives of Ecosoc. I believe that the HLPF must have a central role in the 2030 Agenda, working with Ecosoc and other competent bodies to share with the Forum on experiences, challenges, future programs to coordinate sustainable development policies.
the V.I. Vernadsky Nongovernmental Ecological Foundation
Russian Federation
Non-Governmental Organization
Providing re-connection tools and mechanisms after a long online period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is necessary to continue with online formats where they have they pros. However, these formats also have their cons. The "live" communication should be back on track, but already on a new higher qualitative level, taking into account the new online technologies - as "auxiliary" means - when all of us had to observe epid.sanitary restrictions.
It is important for building and strengthening partnerships across all sectors and stakeholders
to strengthen mechanisms of establishing and developing partnerships, using efficient tools of searching for common grounds, negotiation skills
Opportunity Two Excel Foundation
Non-Governmental Organization
Economic improvement activities for Smallholders' business capacity building and Nongovernmental or Charity organizations. They constituted over 60% of economic development in the world.
The world has benefited greatly from the United nations particularly African in the areas of human rights, good health, environmentally friendly society, economic freedom. Our main priorities will be to improve Gender equality and sexual rights inclusion in policy development.
Sexual rights inclusion in national policy. This will reduce stigmatization, discrimination, abuse and human right.
Development Generation Africa International
Non-Governmental Organization
We should prioritize employment opportunities for youth and education for all.
HQAI (Association Initiative Assurance Qualité Humanitaire)
Non-Governmental Organization
The COVID-19 pandemic emphasises with clarity the need for increasing localisation. While the need has been identified previous to the pandemic, a fast implementation has now become imperative. At the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, 16 aid organisations and 18 countries signed the Grand Bargain, including a commitment to create an environment of greater accountability to vulnerable groups and endorsing the CHS. Part of this agreement is the commitment to “achieve (…) an aggregated target of at least 25 percent of humanitarian funding to local and national responders as directly as possible”. Implementation has proven to be much more difficult than anticipated. One key challenge is: how to meet the aid integrity requirements of donors that will enable direct funding?
For donors, due diligence is necessary risk prevention. In parallel, it increases the investment (time, money, efforts) and challenges for the organisations. Small and local NGOs in particular see it as very challenging to demonstrate fulfilment of requirements from various donors and they might even shy away from applying. It is a shame to loose this link to local competence, capacity and effectiveness.
The Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) is regularly pointed out as THE core standard on quality and accountability. There is also growing evidence that independent quality assurance against the CHS, in particular certification, speeds up the implementation of the CHS. An increasing number of donors trusts the quality and rigour of such third-party assessment. Local organisations in particular can create a bond of trust with governments and international NGOs alike. This line of work can be an avenue to progress towards the objective of 25% direct funding, hence increased localisation, hence increased empowerment of local organisations.
Before even speaking about policies, ECOSOC could start with a recognition of the CHS as a standard and of independent audits as trust-building exercise. Lines of work could include the recognition of CHS audit reports in due diligence exercises (which leads to significant reduction of duplication).
FCDO (UK), DANIDA (DK) and HQAI are launching a pilot to explore the extent to which a slightly extended CHS audit can allow for direct funding to certified local organisations. A potential milestone towards the Localisation commitment.
The plan is to assess at least two local organisations looking through the CHS certification lens, but also assessing them against DANIDA and FCDO due diligence requirements. It will start in 2022 in two countries where both Denmark and the UK are active. In a nutshell, the pilot will be a test of the proposition that CHS Certification can facilitate the assurances of accountability, transparency and safeguarding of different donors and generate direct funding to local NGOs.
Contact focal point:
see above
Compassion oul Winners Outreach International
Ghana & South Africa
Non-Governmental Organization
The Covid19 Pandemic Challenge has cost a great lost of lives, Businesses, Cash flow, Health care, Education sector, food Security and climate change of our planet, to all Mankind around the globe.

We acknowledged that these incidences have made the poor Families are suffering the more to an extend that the poor Families are finding it difficult to meet their Basic Human needs as they are suffering from he following:
1, Food Security
Without discussing addressing an Issue of food Insecurity there wail be no any Recovery from Pandemic,
For the world is now depending on agriculture more than ever for the feeding of both the poor and the rich and it is the one economic sector independent of which no country can flourish or survive, especially in the face of the prevailing Covid 19 Recovering. More information can be found here:

2, Free Quality Education :More information's ca be found here:

3, Leadership Skills Developments:
For the ambitions of CSWOI's business we Organize Business leaders kills development programs.
New Policy to ignite, Micro Finance and all kinds of Financial Institutions with NGOs, NPOs, PBO to work with both small and large Business entrepreneurs leaders for leadership skills developments programs in order to engage with Global economy Restoration of economy system that will help Civil Societies Organizations. NGs, NPOs, PBOs to connect with all Kinds of Business Entities and States that will help Communities engagement for Covid19 Recovery. We believe that, Various Organizations that helping to provide the Basic Human Needs, need to be a Central player on the world restoration from Covid 19!
I cannot Mention any, how ever all kind of Entities who have got passion for Humanitarian Relief and Sustainability are the pathways.
I suggest that, Creating a new system where Civil Society Organizations, NGOs, NPOs and PBOs would be a central player for the world recovery from Covid19 will be discuss.
We are rely speaking from an experience not just from books alone for we are working right there with our vol unable Families and groups in their doweling places.

Lifelong Learning Platform
Non-Governmental Organization
SDG 4 has often been recognised as the "enabler" of all other SDGs. Indeed, universal access to education, training and lifelong learning opportunities must be the priority for a full, long-term recovery from Covid all the while advancing in the achievements of SDGs by 2030.
When it come to lifelong learning opportunities, LLLP has always preached a holistic approach that puts learners' needs at the centre of policy processes. This approach cannot be sustained without the full involvment of all stakeholders in decision-making processes. ECOSOC, as the place where social and economic sectors, as well as civil society representatives come together, has the potential to ensure a wider participation of stakeholders to Agenda 2030 processes. Such a collaborative, cross-sector approach cannot be overestimated in its value.
The UNESCO Global Education Coalition, of which LLLP is also partner, is a valuable example of multistakeholder cooperation in the fields of educaiton and training.
Any action that exploits the potential of target 4.7 would be very welcome. A special, dedicated task force could be a crucial step forward in achieving the objectives of the Agenda 2030.
Uganda Forestry Association
Non-Governmental Organization
Good governance, and the root causes of unsustainable development. Often referred to as ESG, these issues encompass the tenets of good governance, and demographic, economic, technological, political, institutional, and cultural factors. Communities with these factors were severely impacted by the Covid19 pandemic. Therefore, the factors have to be considered, studied, and addressed through participatory Research and Development. Each community has site specific issues, which the R&D process should cater for. The goal should be to bolster good governance for sustainable development at local, national, regional, and global levels.
Policies which establish and/or advance good governance. Such policies promote participation, establish authentic institutions, uphold responsive service provision, and the rule of law, among other things. Because human rights are respected,, the trend would definitely be towards sustainable development.

Sustainable Development is economically feasible, socially acceptable, and environmentally friendly. Guidance of ECOSOC should be in these pillars, in an interdisciplinary framework. Such guidance should EMPOWER communities to participate in the three pillars, through knowledge, technology, and cooperation.
Biodiversity conservation in Costa Rica. Ministry of environment and natural resources.
REDD+ in Indonesia.
Addressing the stewardship question is about instilling precious values in all stakeholders. Cultural and/or religious institutions have a critical role to perform. ECOSOC should initiate such partnerships, to work towards good governance, and address the root causes of unsustainable development
Club Ohada ThiesSénégal
Non-Governmental Organization
La civid 19 a beaucoup ralenti l'économie du monde et donc considérablement affecté négativement nos activités.
Cependant, l'espoir est bien permis.
Nous proposons que HLPF accorde encore beaucoup plus de soutiens financiers aux secteurs de la société civile afin de mieux promouvoir les 17 objectifs du Développement Durables d'ici 2030.
Un plaidoyer auprès des pays développés est nécessaire afin de les inviter à soutenir les moins avancés à satisfaire leur engagement par rapport aux ODD.
Le club Ohada Thies a déjà prévu un programme de sortir de crise,
Pour cela nous voulons un cadre de partenariat dans tout l'espace Ohada concernant les gouvernements, membres du secteur privé et la société civile des 17 les pays de l'espace Ohada.
L'engagement que nous proposons c'est d'inviter les États à devenir plus ouvert avec le secteur privé et la société civile afin de sortir des conséquences négatives causées pas la pandémie covid 19
MY World MexicoMexico
Non-Governmental Organization
a) Including climate change and disaster risk reduction/response as a cross-cutting issue in the overall HLPF efforts in the upcoming editions.
b) Addressing the inequality gap and poverty reduction, especially affecting the most vulnerable groups of society and taking into account what the most recent UN SDG Report has announced with regards to poverty.
c) Accelerating efforts towards SDG strategic implementation for the upcoming 8 years of the 2030 Agenda.
a) It is quite necessary for both the UN and governments to strengthen mechanisms for reviewing the SDGs at the national and local levels. Many efforts, as well as financing and isolated initiatives are still not being reviewed by the HLPF. This of course implies countries should strengthen their participation and inclusion mechanisms towards the HLPF.
b) The role of Commissions should also serve as a wider and more inclusive platform to address key issues that lead to HLPF discussions, especially having a more significant role in addressing the climate crisis.
Our organization, MY World Mexico: Hub of Action for Sustainable Development in Mexico is a nation wide social business aimed to engage stakeholders and individuals in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs. Supported and inspired by the United Nations SDG Action Campaign, the initiative has impacted upon two million people across Mexico and Latin America thanks to +100,000 volunteer actions, +2,000 organizations from across sectors and +50,000 volunteers.

This has allowed us to identify and work with hundreds of SDG-related initiatives working at the local and national levels and significantly contributing to the advancement of the 2030 Agenda. However, many of these initiatives are not properly included in the country's VNR as well as other formal government-led efforts.
An emphasis should be placed in creating and strengthening mechanisms in which we can have a real and significant participation from organizations and individuals leading real action on the ground in favor of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs. A further commitment should be place to continue to have hybrid and open spaces.
WOIYO KONDEYEMaliWomen Organization
Il faut faire un état de lieu de l'impact de la COVID sur l'agenda 2030,
Reviser les objectifs de l'agenda ou les adapter aux contextes,
Il faut revoir tout ce qui est prévu avant la COVID 19 et repenser les objectifs car les réalités et les contextes ont carrément changé.
Le projet d'atténuation et d'adaptation en milieu rural par le Reso Climat Mali ce ref à M. Mohamadou FARKA MAIGA ONG AMED PELCOD, 0022376463336
United States of America
Volunteer Groups
All 17 SDGs are priority. SDG 3 focuses on good health and well-being. The global pandemic has impacted how society operates and interacts. Ensuring equitable access to medical services and raising awareness on health measures are important to promoting public welfare for "building back better."

Focusing on the SDGs, such as SDG 9, SDG 4, SDG 13, and SDG 8, helps to promote economic growth and improve public welfare. As we are impacted by natural disasters and climate change, efforts in implementing programs and climate education courses on adaptation, sustainability, and climate resilience help to raise awareness on, and teach about, the different climatic topics.
In the United States of America, programs, such as the Lifeline Program and the Federal Government’s Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program, which would then be replaced by the Affordable Connectivity Program, can help families and households to get affordable access to broadband and other services.

The programs create a meaningful impact at the individual, household, and market levels. Other proposals can be that individuals and seniors, especially those in need, can also benefit from affordable access to technology. Broadening access to include phone coverage, and this can be cellular phones, can further expand the benefits to greater scale. Community demographics and characteristics should be considered when implementing these programs. How to ensure equitable access to serve communities such as the underserved communities, while also taking into account people who face financial hardship, can be considered while planning for the programs.

Programs on job readiness, mentorship, and coaching help to develop the workforce and contribute to economic growth.
U.S.A joins the global School Meals Coalition, committing to ensuring food security and improving nutrition to students. California is launching the largest free school meal program in U.S.A..

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, for example, helps to fund infrastructure projects in California and invest in strengthening infrastructure and systems.

California has programs that take into considerations of the SDGs. (

Programs and plans are implemented both at the state and federal levels to address the needs for climate resilience, adaptation, and sustainability efforts. One commitment that California makes is the 2030 Climate Commitment (
Youth participation and youth empowerment are embedded into the United Nations agenda. I am planning service projects that focus on the different SDGs such as SDG 4 and SDG 13. The service projects focus on climate education and youth empowerment and mentorship. UN MGIEP has courses on climate education for educators and students. It is an insightful initiative to teach about, and raise awareness on, climatic topics. What I hope to expand is to create a family-oriented learning ambiance for an engaging space to learn about climate change, adaptation, sustainability, and resilient efforts. Grants and funding are important to ensuring the service projects, especially those that have international missions and goals, continue to expand sustainably.
Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled

SDG 3 "Ensure healthy lives and promote well being opportunities for all at all ages". This goal should be implemented on the ground inn letter and spirit which should inclusive and include persons with disabilities who have increased vulnerability to communicable, non-communicable diseases and pandemic like COVID19. Adequate information should be made available to all categories of persons with disabilities in appropriate formats such as large print, braille, sign language, electronic version, pictorial and talk books so that they can take preventive measures at appropriate time.

Support to civil society agencies; active involvement of civil society agencies in the policy formulation process; mandate to the national governments to prioritise the needs and requirements of persons with disabilities; commissioning studies and research; formation of cross committees; formation of task force to monitor the progress; effective monitoring and review of the progress made in this regard.
Government of India has taken proacctive measures to vaccinate COVID19 vaccine to persons with disabilities through camp approach on a priority basis.
Association du Developpement et de la promotion de Droit de l'Homme
Non-Governmental Organization
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il y a eu beaucoup de perte d économie financières les entreprises les marchants en BILAN LE TRAVAIL FORMELLE ET INFORMELLES
la Meilleur reconstruction c est le renforcement des capacités et la multiplications des efforts et unir les forces et partages de connaissances et expériences du passe covid 19
il y a eu beaucoup d effort dans les pays du Monde entier aide financière aide avec le matériels d higiene masque vaccin ects
nous pourrons partager ce que notre Association a recu au moment du covid 19
European & International Federation for Family employement & Home care
BelgiumWorkers & Trade Unions
1 - Fight against undeclared work
2 - Give access to decent working conditions & social rights to all worker (social protection, professionalisation)
3 - Allowing women access to the labour market

In Europe, Personal and Household Services (PHS) are defined by the European Commission as a broad range of both care and non-care activities that contribute to the wellbeing at home of families and individuals.
• There are nearly 9,5 million PHS workers in the EU 27, representing 5% of EU-27 total employment. This figure does not reflect the current situation in all EU Member States, where employment rates in PHS vary from 1% to 6% of total employment, also based on the levels of government investment in the sector. 91% of PHS workers are women. The sector is severely affected by undeclared work : 6,3 million are declared and at last 3,1 million undeclared
• There’s various and complementary models of employment because PHS workers may be employed directly by a private household (called direct employment) or through a provider organisation- public or private (for-profit and not-for profit). They may work under one contract only or have multiple employment relationships.
The European Federation for Family Employment and Home Care (EFFE) is one of the actors of the personal and household services (PHS) sector at EU level, representing members as national organisations of households as employers and of domestic workers and childminders. Created in 2012, EFFE specifically strives for the recognition and the development of the direct employment model (also called home or family employment) at European level. This model is characterised by a contractual work relationship between two private individuals, without any trading or profit-making objective.
Policies required :
- public policies in favor of a better work-life balance / women access to the labour market.
- structuration of the Personnal & houshold services sector to guarrantee social rights for workers and affordable services for users
The sector has a huge potential of job creation if properly structured and financially supported by States, resulting from the reduction of undeclared work or created to match the increasing demand for PHS.

share of good practices implemented by countries such as France to create declared jobs (For exemple the French civil society organisation Fepem could present these good practices (contact : Nicolas Defaye,
Non-Governmental Organization
Mettre l’égalité et les droits de femmes au cœur des politiques publiques après la pandémie relative aux COVID-19. Comment peut-on accéder aux demandes de financement pour l’exécution des programmes d’activités prévues par nos structures après la pandémie du COVID-19.
- L’appui à l’autonomisation des femmes à travers les AGR ;
- L’appui à la protection sociale des femmes et des filles sur tous les plans ;
- L’association des femmes au cœur des politiques publiques dans la prise des décisions au plus haut sommet de l’Etat ;
- L’appui à la communication : (abonnement à intérêt à haut débit et ses équipements associés) ;
- Le plaidoyer : (Egalité, Equité Genre) ;
- La sensibilisation communautaire : (I.E.C)
Les recommandations pour l’Etat Togolais à de différents niveaux :
- Intégrer le Ministère de l’Action Sociale, de la Promotion de la Femme, de l’alphabétisation et d’accroitre l’effectif des femmes dans le comité de Coordination Nationale de la Gestion de la Riposte au COVID-19 (CNGR COVID-19) ;
- Garantir la participation des organisations de la Société Civile (OSC) qui œuvrent pour la promotion des droits humains des femmes et des filles à la riposte au COVID-19 ;
- Facilité l’accès des services de prévention et de réponse à la violence basée sur le genre, y compris les services de justices, la maison de justice, la police, la gendarmerie et les espaces sûrs, aux femmes et aux filles en renforçant les capacités des personnes travaillant dans ces services et en informant la population ;
- Faire un suivi systématique du respect des mesures barrières dans les hôpitaux, les marchés et les lieux de cultes ;
- Prendre des mesures pour mettre en place un système de garantie pour faciliter l’octroie des prêts aux femmes ;
- Créer plus d’emploi pour répondre à l’insertion professionnelle des femmes et des jeunes filles.
- La sensibilisation communautaire : (I.E.C) :
 Les règles barrières, encourager la vaccination
 Décourager la violence faite aux femmes et aux filles par des sections.
- La sensibilisation communautaire : (I.E.C) :
 Les règles barrières, encourager la vaccination
 Décourager la violence faite aux femmes et aux filles par des sections.

VIVAT International
United States of America
Non-Governmental Organization
Equal access and distribution of vaccine within and among countries, creating greener and sustainable jobs opportunity and delivery actions for implementing Glasgow Climate Pact. We have to free from COVID-19 pandemic through providing and distributing vaccine sufficiently; We need more jobs opportunities that give hope and prosperity for people affected by pandemic; we have to implement the agreement on climate change for securing our future and the world.
Cooperation among countries for providing finance and technology to create vaccine; multilateral approach that countrie are able to providing more jobs and address the climate change
Yes. The Philippine Sustainability Challenge (PSC) is a network of people and organizations which connect, share and learn about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. They also share resources, strategies and innovative approaches to meet the challenges of achieving the 17 SDG's in the Philippines by 2030. currently they deliver programs to address climate change and create hundred thousand of jobs opportunity and over e-learning by using technology. Focal point: Fr. Benigno Beltran SVD, the President and CEO the Philippine Sustainable Challenge. Email address:
An holistic approach to tackle three aspects of the sustainable development goals: the environment, education, and the economy.
UCC WHALE Center Blue Communty Consortium
Non-Governmental Organization
The main priorities to building back better from Covid 19 include: better use of technology, stronger ties the UN SDGs, partnerships with academia and business, and greater community engagement.

Our proposal is the Blue Community program developed over 2 years. The program is designed to leverage sustainable tourism as a catalyst for communities and destinations to better implement the 2030 Agenda.

The essence of the program is to assist communities and destinations to become more sustainable utilizing new tools we developed including an App for sustainability assessment, development o sustainability management plans, implementing those plans and evaluating the plans. We have also developed a companion Certificate program to assist in utilization of the new app with the University of Central Florida Rosen College of Hospitality Management, the largest Hospitality Management College in the world and ranked #1 Academically in the U.S. and #2 in the world.

The App assessment includes all of the GSTC criteria, UNWTO metrics, the One Planet Living principles, the 12 Blue Community Strategies, the UN SDG’s, and policy review based on the science of the 9 planetary boundaries.
The Blue Community program does not need any new policy to get started and can be adapted an tailored to any community and destination. The program gives guidance to develop at least one goals and policy for each of the UN SDG’s in the development of the sustainability management plan.

Best practice polices are also suggested in the app along with case studies. Some examples include:

1. Goal to become net carbon zero with interim goals of reducing net carbon emissions 50% in five years.
2. Managing water supplies without drawing on local aquifers
3. Zero waste to land fill through refusing unnecessary waste, reducing waste reusing waste, recycling waste, and repurposing waste.
4. Protecting biodiversity through protection of ecosystems and development of individual species plans in the community
5. policies for local and sustainable food
6 Policies promoting mass transportation and zero emission vehicles
7. Policies to require food waste in all restaurants and food services, to be repurposed for compost or biogas
8. Policies for new building construction and renovation be built with zero net emissions and for disaster reduction.
9. Policies for the 9 planetary boundaries
Blue Community program has partnerships with Academia, NGO’s, Local Government, and Business.

The program protects and restores coastal habitat and marine environments through increasing the sustainability of tourism.

Objectives include:

- Completing community sustainability assessments a new app
- Developing sustainability management from the assessment that address all 17 of the UN SDGs
- Providing training for community leaders, stakeholders, and partners for successful implementation trough a new certificate program.
- Implement of the sustainability plan using assistance from the new app
Evaluation of performance, programmatic, and cultural change goals and objectives.

- This project is currently taking place in seven communities in Florida, USA.
Entrepreneurship Development and Support Initiative
Non-Governmental Organization
Vaccinating everyone on earth
Champion worldwide campaign to encourage covid-19 vaccine distribution worldwide
I will surely look out for organization activities that suit your requestThis will be table atthe partnership forum
ARASMIN-Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling.
Non-Governmental Organization
No doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation and working to combat this dangerous Disease for the affected people is a unique contribution. It is prominently seen all over the World and more than 80% people belonging to poor family are the victims of this adversity. The situations of the Rural Villages in comparison to Town area has become more aggravated and more sensitive because of the massive return of a large number of migrated people to their own villages from the Town area. In view of their safety and security, importance should be given on Food security, Shelter, Health security, financial security and employment to strengthening their livelihoods and to provide education to their children on priority basis. Hence, to recover the socioeconomic standard of the people which has deteriorated out of the epidemic and to advancing the dynamics of 2030 Agenda of UN for SD Goals-01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 08, 13, 15 and 17, we need to combat the Poverty and Hunger of the poor people, to compensate the Climate and to create Clean Air and Clean Water, reduce Global Warming, controlling Black Carbon, to check emissions and use of Fertilizer and Pesticides.
Nature-based performances with some ancillary income generating activities are the most appropriate policies required to achieve these priorities. In this connection, they are to be linked with conservation of Forest or to combat the Desertification, Climate-Resilient Agriculture and Kitchen gardening with handicraft activities will bring a dynamic change to restore the Environment, to combat the Climate Change and to save the people and save the planet. The Climate-Resilient Agriculture will provide the food security, employment, save them from migration and displacement. It is Eco-friendly, Climate friendly, climate-resilient, climate smart, carbon smart, water smart, needs no chemical fertilizer, pesticides no more water and the fertility of soil will never be deteriorated. Priority should be given on the women to be engaged with the kitchen garden which will provide sufficient fruits and greens throughout the year where as being involved with the handicraft like sewing machinery work or canopy making will provide the casual opportunity to enhance their socio-economic condition.
If the Government of India will work with these poor people by providing innovative partnership support, then it could be featured as the ECOSOC partnership to assist the people. The socioeconomic enhancement activities for the poor people will help them to strengthening their livelihoods that relates to SDG-01,02,03, the kitchen garden and the Handicraft done by the women is related to Gender equality Goal-5, G-06 relates to sustainable management of water and Eco- Agriculture, the G-08 relates to the income generating program, the G-13 relates to desertification activities, and combat the climate change, the G-15 relates to the conservation of Forest activities that is sustainable management of Forest and Climate Change and the G-17 relates to working with the partnership system.
The Climate-Resilient Agriculture is the appropriate technology to save the people and save the planet at this unprecedented juncture that should be applied in practical field and that could initiate the partnership forum. At all stages of implementation, the importance should be given on the Civil Society Organizations by providing sufficient opportunity to develop their knowledge, expertise and skill through capacity building training and enhancing their infrastructure as they are the Ground-level workers to work for the people. The National Governments, Inter-governmental bodies and the International Donor agencies should come forward and be involved in this process so as to achieve the Goals and Targets to bring a speedy recovery against COVID-19 situation.
ARASMIN-Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling.
Non-Governmental Organization
No doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation and working to combat this dangerous Disease for the affected people is a unique contribution. It is prominently seen all over the World and more than 80% people belonging to poor family are the victims of this adversity. The situations of the Rural Villages in comparison to Town area has become more aggravated and more sensitive because of the massive return of a large number of migrated people to their own villages from the Town area. In view of their safety and security, importance should be given on Food security, Shelter, Health security, financial security and employment to strengthening their livelihoods and to provide education to their children on priority basis. Hence, to recover the socioeconomic standard of the people which has deteriorated out of the epidemic and to advancing the dynamics of 2030 Agenda of UN for SD Goals-01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 08, 13, 15 and 17, we need to combat the Poverty and Hunger of the poor people, to compensate the Climate and to create Clean Air and Clean Water, reduce Global Warming, controlling Black Carbon, to check emissions and use of Fertilizer and Pesticides.
No doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation and working to combat this dangerous Disease for the affected people is a unique contribution. It is prominently seen all over the World and more than 80% people belonging to poor family are the victims of this adversity. The situations of the Rural Villages in comparison to Town area has become more aggravated and more sensitive because of the massive return of a large number of migrated people to their own villages from the Town area. In view of their safety and security, importance should be given on Food security, Shelter, Health security, financial security and employment to strengthening their livelihoods and to provide education to their children on priority basis. Hence, to recover the socioeconomic standard of the people which has deteriorated out of the epidemic and to advancing the dynamics of 2030 Agenda of UN for SD Goals-01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 08, 13, 15 and 17, we need to combat the Poverty and Hunger of the poor people, to compensate the Climate and to create Clean Air and Clean Water, reduce Global Warming, controlling Black Carbon, to check emissions and use of Fertilizer and Pesticides.
If the Government of India will work with these poor people by providing innovative partnership support, then it could be featured as the ECOSOC partnership to assist the people. The socioeconomic activities for the poor people will help them to strengthening their livelihoods that relates to SDG-01,02,03, the kitchen garden and the Handicraft done by the women is related to Gender equality Goal-5, G-06 relates to sustainable management of water and Eco- Agriculture, the G-08 relates to the income generating program, the G-13 relates to desertification activities, and combat the climate change, the G-15 relates to the conservation of Forest activities that is sustainable management of Forest and Climate Change and the G-17 relates to working with people.
The Climate-Resilient Agriculture is the appropriate technology to save the people and save the planet at this unprecedented juncture that should be applied in practical field and that could initiate the partnership forum. At all stages of implementation, the importance should be given on the Civil Society Organizations by providing sufficient opportunity to develop their knowledge, expertise and skill through capacity building training and enhancing their infrastructure as they are the Ground-level workers to work for the people. The National Governments, Inter-governmental bodies and the International Donor agencies should come forward and be involved in this process so as to achieve the Goals and Targets to bring a speedy recovery against COVID-19 situation.