The UN's Agenda2030

And which Sustanability Goals are we already achieving, and how can we further advance this resolution?

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What is the Agenda2030 and it's 17 Sustainability Goals?

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations and its 193 member states are an integral part of Agenda2030 and serve as a blueprint for achieving peace and prosperity for people, while also promoting environmental sustainability - now and in the future.

A new global understanding is taking shape, one that looks looks beyond the limits per capita income to promote sustainable development worldwide. By investing in quality education and encouraging responsible consumption and production practices, this agenda seeks to provide future generations with a more dignified life - especially those most vulnerable living in developing countries. What we do?

Sustainability Goal No 4

  • We empower low-income individuals by offering internationally recognized educational opportunities.
  • We can have a positive impact and make a safer and more sustainable contribution by adapting our services to local context and needs.
  • Interactive experience stimulate understanding of educational content for long-term success.
  • We provide customized training that reflect the unique needs of our participants, including lanuage and skill level.

Sustainability Goal No 8

  • Providing young adults with necessary training gives them a competitive edge in job markets and maximizes economic prosperity. 
  • Our trainings promote knowledge that promotes cutting-edge ideas, products, and services, paving the way revolutuionary industries.
  • Trainings must cultivate long-term skills: when participants assume their role in society as productive workers, output levels rise accross multiple industries, resulting in potential growth opportunities for everyone involved.
  • We prioritize educational initiatives by providing free courses to people of all backgrounds in order to bring more people in education. 

Sustainability Goal No 10

  • We provide free e-learning courses on topics such as Scrum and further Project Management methodologies, improving access to high-quality career development training for young adults in Rwanda.
  • Through targeted educational collaborations and initiatives, we promote gender equality in Rwanda by specifially targeting the training of young women in agile project management and further trainings.
  • The training provided focuses on practical skills and certifications to ensure that learners not only acquire theoretical knowledge, but also develop the skills necessary for a successful career.
  • We work with international partners such as GIZ and Kepler to provide comprehensive educational support. Through these partnerships, Article26 contributes to reducing inequalities in education and achieving sustainable development goals.

Sustainability Goal No 17

  • By considering local contexts and training people internally, we can further empower these communities through the mobilisation of resources, both financially and in the form of expert support that comes naturally from their geographical location.
  • Multilateral edcuation has the potential to increase access to high-quality content while also promoting knowledge transfer and diffusion among countries and strengthening global partnerships.
  • Through Training-the-Trainer programmes, experts are developed locally in order to reduce global dependencies on priviliged Northern regions.

How to connect with us

Max Stilp, Head of Article26
+49 69 50065 223

Obed Bigirimana, Rwanda National Coordinator and Trainer
+250 785 428 984

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