Advocating for a Better World


By 2030, our goal is to achieve a better, safer, more sustainable world for everyone through promoting awareness, providing education, and encouraging advocacy for the 17 U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including those related to poverty, health, hunger, education, clean water, sanitation, peace & justice.


The 2030 Collaborative

The 2030 Collaborative provides consulting and outreach services for clients in the non-profit and private sectors for more strategic awareness, education, and activism, particularly for global health and development issues. We aid in building relationships to strengthen advocacy for social justice issues in the faith, university, and private sector arenas, and we advise and implement strategies to influence policy and funding.

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The Faith-Based Coalition for Global Nutrition is a network of advocates to speak out about the complexities and challenges of malnutrition that affects one in three people around the world every day.


The Faith-Based Coalition for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria is a campaign to build a network of advocates to help uplift and save the lives of those suffering from infectious disease(s) worldwide.




Almost everywhere, fewer children are dying

September 19, 2019

The New York Times - The UpShot

But their chance of survival still depends on where they are born. Two decades ago, nearly 10 million children did not live to see a 5th birthday. By 2017, that number — about 1 in every 16 children — was nearly cut in half, even as the world’s population increased by more than a billion people.


Water pollution an ‘invisible threat’ to global goals economists warn

September 18, 2019

Thomson Reuters Foundation News


JOHANNESBURG, Aug 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Water pollution threatens nearly all the globally agreed development goals to end environmental destruction, poverty and suffering by 2030, economists warned in a report on Tuesday, citing the largest-ever database on the world's water quality.


Can africa and india meet the sdg 2030 target of zero hunger?

September 17, 2019

Observer Research Foundation

Both Africa and India continue to have the highest percentage of under-five children who are undernourished.

Africa and India share a rich history that dates back to the 17th century. Over the past few decades, the population of Africa and India has grown exponentially and currently accounts for 43 percent of the global population.


“Sometimes it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation.”

Nelson Mandela