17 SDG’s for 2030…is it realistic?

17 Sustainable development goals to be reached by 2030…is it realistic?
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. The 17 Goals are all interconnected, and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve them all by 2030.

17 Sustainable development goals to be reached by 2030…is it realistic?

On the website of the UN we can read following:

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. The 17 Goals are all interconnected, and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve them all by 2030.

These are the 17 SDG’s:

17 Sustainable development goals to be reached by 2030…is it realistic?
17 Sustainable development goals to be reached by 2030…is it realistic?

Achieving these goals by 2030 means that immediate action is required from all of us, and on the web page https://www.un.org/en/actnow/ the UN shows us how we can all take action.

At Nwabisa African Art we help you take action!

Let’s look at the first 4 SDG’s 

No Poverty 

By supporting local artists we are helping them make an honest living from their profession. And this is not just for themselves, buy supporting them, you support their community as they will be able to employ staff and spend money locally which in turn supports their local community. This helps fight Poverty. You help fight poverty!

Zero Hunger

The artists we work with actually employ local people, helping them to not go hungry and feed their families too. The artists we work with come for all walks of life, we do not look at their background or status, but at the art they create. Even though the artist him/herself may not be needy, by supporting them they have the opportunity to support their local community, fighting hunger that way too.

Good health and well-being

Having a purpose in life and feeling appreciated are both very important in the health and well being of us all. The well-being also works both way here. It applies to the artist who feels appreciated when their art is sold. The other side is the well-being for those who purchase the artwork and enjoy it every time they see or use it.

Quality education

This is the cornerstone of future success and helps fight poverty, hunger and poor health. Quality education is only possible when one has had a decent meal and is in reasonable to good health. Education is vital to the future of any person or nation and we want to help those in need of education to build a living in which they can ensure education for themselves, their families and their communities.

We started out on our Journey with Nwabisa African Art because we want to share with you the beauty of Africa, but at the same time want to help build the opportunities for people needing this without compromising our aim to bring you the finest art Africa has to offer.

Sustainability is very important to Nwabisa African Art. This can also be found in the fashion articles made out of car tyre tubes or out of recycled PET bottles.

African Wild Dogs

Sustainability is also about caring for endangered species. The African Wild Dog for instance is highly endangered. At Nwabisa African Art we support local foundations looking out for these animals and trying to help them avoid extinction.

By buying a painting of the Wild Dog you immediately support this good cause. You can read more about this on the web page we have here: https://nwabisa.com/?page_id=773

Join our cause and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals together

Join our cause and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals together with us! Visit our website Nwabisa.com and see how you can enjoy the finest African Art and support the SDG’s at the same time. 

We look forward to your visit

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