About

SDG Society

The SDG Society Project, partially funded by the US Department of State as a part of the YES Alumni Grants, and supported by American Councils for International Education, AFS Intercultural Programs India and G3S Foundation focuses on both raising awareness and inducing action among the students in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) spearheaded by the United Nations. In consultation with educationists, we are working to design, develop and carry out training modules and workshops on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the school children first in Delhi and then across India. The workshops would focus on training the students to incorporate sustainable practices in day-to-day lives. We plan to hold classroom to classroom awareness campaigns that would be aided by various presentations interactive modules and fun games. We would also help the students organize small community meetings in their localities to share their ideas, evaluate their viability and help achieve global goals through solving local issues. As a part of our long term strategy, we are looking towards creating a culture of youth engagement in developmental work.


Vision

A prosperous and sustainable India that is able to fulfill all its commitments to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development


Mission

Bringing educational institutions to the forefront of development activity & creating a culture of sustainable development

LEADERS



  • Nandlal Mishra

    Co-founder

  • Akash Kumar

    Co-founder

  • Srivedant kar

    Co-founder

  • Kuldeep Kumar

    Co-founder

Partners and Sponsors





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Email id : sdgsociety@gmail.com

Contact No. : +91-9650772625 & +91-9599248226

Support for this project is provided in part by the YES Alumni Grants Program, which is funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State (ECA) and administered by the American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS. The opinions expressed herein are the our own and do not necessarily express the views of either the ECA or American Councils for International Education.






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