A short bio about yourself I am Deliwe Makata from Malawi. I hold a Master’s degree in Development Policy from the Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management, which is in South Korea. I am also the founder and team leader of Swift Capital, an author, and a speaker. Tell us a little …

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by Karishma Arora Sit idle no more. Go, get education. End misery of the oppressed and forsaken. You have got a golden chance to learn. Savitribai Phule These are the words from the pen of the pioneer of women’s education in India. Uneducated at the time of her marriage, Phule was religiously taught by her …

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A short bio I am Nicole Babirye, a 16-year-old student from Kampala, Uganda. I am the Vice President of Climate Action. I am passionate about climate change, STEM, and politics and their impact on African countries. Tell us a little about your event/project ( how it came about, the number of young people who benefited …

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by Shelley Addison-bell, Ocean Youth Working Group Communications and Brand Lead Photo source: Shelley Addison-bell (Author) The world’s oceans are filled with life, from vibrant coral reefs to shallow shores. Beneath its surface is a crucial hero of marine ecosystems: seagrass. For World Seagrass Day, on March 1, we came together to recognize the vital …

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by Similoluwa Ifedayo Leadership is the act of guiding a group of people or an organisation. Every good leader with the aim of building a system that transcends time requires the ability to take risks and challenge the status quo. Leadership in sustainable development plays a key role in addressing poverty and fostering inclusive economic …

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by Ainesh Dey photo caption: The team arguing against the motion won the 8th Commonwealth Debate on Sport and Sustainable Development The 8th Commonwealth Debate on Sport and Sustainable Development held recently in London shed light on the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. The …

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by Sylvester Stephen Mtenga Graphic designed by Freepik Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as defined by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is a measure of the monetary value of final goods and services produced in a country in a given period of time. It counts all of the output generated within the borders of a country. …

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by Joshua Kimera              Across the globe, urbanisation continues to surge, leading to the proliferation of informal settlements known as slums. These densely populated areas, characterised by inadequate housing, limited access to basic services, and precarious living conditions, pose significant challenges to sustainable urban development. While slums persist as a pressing issue in many countries, the …

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