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Poverty, hunger, inadequate shelter, gross inequality and disrespect for human rights– they create political instability, civil unrest and failed States || Join us to form a Democratic, Multicultural and Just Global Society #GoGlobal #SDGs #UNACNGOs

did you know the following 🌏 facts?

πŸ‘‰ 783 million people live below the international poverty line of US $ 1.90 a day.
πŸ‘‰ World’s top 26 wealthiest people owned $1.4 trillion, or as much as the 3.8 billion poorest people.
Women and girls are hit hardest by the growing wealth gap, according to Oxfam.
πŸ‘‰ 758 million adults 15 years and older are still illetrate in the world.
πŸ‘‰ At least half of the world’s population still do not have full coverage of essential health services they need.
πŸ‘‰ 740 million women currently make their living in the informal economy with limited access to social protection, public services and infrastructure.
πŸ‘‰ Just 5% of world leaders are women.
πŸ‘‰ 262 million children and youth still do not attend school.
Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsiblty.
πŸ‘‰ More than one third (i.e. 50.8 million) of the world’s malnourished children live in India.
πŸ‘‰ More than 700 children under five years of age die every day from diarrhoea linked to unsafe water and poor sanitation.
πŸ‘‰ 3.0 million children and adolescents are living with HIV.
πŸ‘‰ Approximately 6,500 to 7000 adolescent girls (aged 15 to 24) get infected with HIV every week.
πŸ‘‰ 2.1 billion people live without safe water at home.

πŸ‘‰ Worldwide the total number of road traffic deaths has plateaued at 1.25 million per year, with the highest road traffic fatality rates in low-income countries.
πŸ‘‰ Half of the world’s population distrusts government institutions, according to @WorldBank

Plastic Pollution Facts:

πŸ‘‰ Every year the world uses 500 billion plastic bags.
πŸ‘‰ Every year, atleast 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans.
πŸ‘‰ In last decade, we produced more plastic than in the whole last century.
πŸ‘‰ 50 percent of the plastic we use is single-use or disposable.

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None of us, has the answers to all of the worlds problems, even if a few act that way, but equally there isn’t a single one of us who can’t be part of at least one of the answers, we can all do something positive to help.

The greatest threat to our planet🌏 is the belief that someone else will save it. A change is required, and the time is now!

Together, we must unite and work for a better world.
A world where human rights are cherished and protected.
A world where children do not go hungry.
A world where girls and boys go to school and live healthy and prosperous lives.

These are the dreams of the @UN and @saverango

βœ… Let us all accept our responsibility to help every man, woman and child on Earth.
βœ… Let us all help to make these dreams become reality.

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Our Purpose

Formation of a democratic, multicultural and a just global organisation by integrating NGOs globally and working together for social excellence and people’s well-being in line with United Nations Mission and #SDGs

Leading organisation, Savera Society for Human Initiatives is a UN-Accredited NGO in Special Consultative Status with UN -ECOSOC.

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NGOs do not act as a ‘pull factor’ in the Mediterranean; NGOs do not endanger migrants ;
NGOs are not the enemy ; NGOs are not the smugglers ; NGOs save lives.

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Event, International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty promotes awareness of the need to eradicate poverty worldwide ||Remember 17 October 2018 || #EndPoverty #EndHunger #StandUp4HumanRights

This year on 17 October marks the 25th International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.

Building a sustainable future requires us to intensify our efforts towards eradicating extreme poverty and discrimination, and ensuring that everyone can fully exercise their human rights. The full participation of people living in poverty, particularly in the decisions that affect their lives and communities, must be at the centre of policies and strategies to build a sustainable future. In this way, we can guarantee that our planet and our societies can fulfil the needs and aspirations of everyone – not only those of a privileged few – for this and future generations.

Poverty is more than the lack of income and resources to ensure a sustainable livelihood. Its manifestations include hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and other basic services, social discrimination and exclusion as well as the lack of participation in decision-making.

Facts and Figures:

High poverty rates are often found in small, fragile and conflict-affected countries.

One in four children under age five in the world has inadequate height for his or her age.

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