The Global Week to Act for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or #Act4SDGs week kicked off this month from 20th- 30th September 2019 where we here at UNA marked it in Dodoma. Sustainable Development Goals as promised by all nations in 2015 were to be achieved by 2030 aim at creating a future of peace and prosperity on a thriving planet. We here at UNA continue to do our best ensure that we spread awareness on the SDGs and encourage active participation on a community level.
The Global Week to Act for SDGs is an annual call to action for individuals and organizations across the world to accelerate action for the Sustainable Development Goals. The Global Week to Act for SDGs rallies public support for the Sustainable Development Goals throughout the world while world leaders are meeting at the UN Headquarters for five milestones UN Summits: the Climate Action Summit, the UN High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage, the first-ever SDG Summit after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the High-Level Dialogue on Financing for Development and the SAMOA Path-way Midterm Review. This was the largest Global Week to Act4SDGs ever to drive action in solidarity with citizens across the globe including youth groups through Fridays for Future and youth-led global climate strikes, and civil society organizations through the #StandTogetherNow campaign.