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SDG Advocates

Namya Joshi,

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Namya Joshi is a Grade IX in Sat Paul Mittal School. She the student Minecraft Mentor at Sat Paul Mittal School. She is awarded with the prestigious Pradhanmantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar and also the winner of the Diana Award. She has cleared my ACE1 and ACE 2 level at Adobe and got the Trendsetter badge by completing all the certifications. She has trained more than10,000 teachers and students across the globe and they are further training more. She is the winner of the UNESCO Worldwide Youth Multimedia Competition, TeachSDGss Ambassador, Rex Karamaveer Bronze Medal Awardee, Global E-Innovation Award Winner, Youngest Global Juror, SDGsChildren Amabassador India. She has spoken at numerous platforms as KEOS2019 Finland, EduDays Microsoft, UNESCO, CONVOKE, Asia Berlin Summit, Adobe Education Summit on power of STEM and game based learning.

Aarav Seth,

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At the tender age of eight, I encountered the issue of global warming, which is causing devastating changes to world climate. I realized that if nothing were done, right now, the world would soon become inhabitable and threaten the very survival of mankind. I thought that no one on Earth should experience this calamity. To tackle this I started taking steps like conducting plantation drives every weekend. Eventually, planting trees became my passion which led me to plant 4,000 trees. I have also convinced my friends to work with me as a team to tackle climate change through tree plantations.

Through my efforts, I am able to bring a positive change around me by gifting plants on special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries of my loved ones and people have started following this suite.

I am also a Child Ambassador of SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Choupal and Ambassador of SDGsForChildren.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, I have initiated three campaigns:

  1. SundayforSecuredFuture: whereby I encourage youngsters to take positive action for the climate, every Sunday.
  2. She Hygiene: focuses on distributing sanitary pads to girls who cannot afford to buy this basic necessity.
  3. Helping Hands: encourage people to donate items such as clothes, books, shoes, food, etc to underprivileged children.

Sakshi Sinha,

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I have contributed to SDGs through participating in Skits and Nukkad Natak. I have made paintings and videos to create awareness. My vision is to make people more aware about SDGs.

I want to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals because I truly want to spread awareness regarding these. I want to educate youngsters and even elders about these wonderful 17 goals which have the power to change the world. I would like other people also to join hands with us and move ahead in pursuit of a better future.

I want to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals because I truly want to spread awareness regarding these. I want to educate youngsters and even elders about these wonderful 17 goals which have the power to change the world. I would like other people also to join hands with us and move ahead in pursuit of a better future.

Kabir Singh,

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I am a fervent individual and an erudite who loves academics. The 'Best Turn Out' and 'All Rounder' titles conferred on me by my School have boosted my confidence and level of enthusiasm.I am an active participant of the engaging SDG activities conducted by our prestigious group of institutions.

I have proudly represented my School in the World Youth Conference 2020 in which I wrote an article on Transformative Act of Kindness for SDGs. I have also written articles on Quality Education (SDG-4) and Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG-12).

Pratham Golcha,

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Pratham Golcha is a 20-years old graduate from Nagpur University, India. He is an author, orator, researcher, a volunteer at the United Nations & International Human Rights Commission, etc. Moreover, he is an MUN Chairperson, UN SDG Facilitator, Indian representative to the UN for Climate Talks 2020, and a keen blogger, Podcaster and traveller.

Manya Vohra,

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“Leave no one behind” is the motto of sustainable goal and the main agenda being to light for the world!

The SDG’s are the universal goals inherently global in nature. Learning about these initiatives helped me by developing insights into critical issues around the world, such as lack of access of clean water and gender equality. These issues are truly inseparable in nature and to understand it in a better way, we have to learn the issues of our world.

We the students of IPS worked under the heading of “CLIMATE ACTION PROJECT” under goal number 13 of SDG, in which we worked on creating awareness – raising human and institutional capacity on Climate Change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning. We casted a video and presented our views with our peers of Amity International School.

Exposing myself to this platform, I was able to understand the unique challenges faced by the communities, which I was not aware about before. Thanking IPS, for providing this platform!

I hope the idea of the goals should reach to each and every honoured citizen of our Mother Earth, so that more and more efforts are brought together.

“Our climate is at stake, so lets become a climate activists together!”

Ishmeet Wadhwa,

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Ishmeet Wadhwa studies in grade 9 in the Sanskaar Valley School Bhopal. He is a passionate SDG ambassador. Won the E-National Innovation Award 2019 for training educators on various tools for gamification of learning. Made various tutorials to help them using digital tools in class. He works as Chief Technology Officer with Tale of Humankind - an initiative to empower and engage youth. He has made a website to help them using digital tools in class. He works as Chief Technology Officer with Tale of Humankind - an initiative to empower and engage youth. He has made a website to teach SDG to students using games. He bagged International Rank-1 in International Cyber Olympiad in grade 5. He is very passionate to bridge Digital Divide.

Ananya Khamboj,

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Ananya Kamboj, an award winning author, is a 16-year-old girl from a humble background with myriad dreams twinkling in her eyes. She is a Global Citizen from India and an ambassador of football, peace, SDGs, and youth empowerment. She wishes to take the spirit of hope, togetherness, and inspiration to millions of children across India and South Asia and make this world a better place to live in.

Saachi Saxena,

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Saachi is a young changemaker with lot of energy to make a difference in lives of people with a mission to Serve ,Change Lives .She is also Young Ambassador for Nagrik Foundation which leads the Global Initiative “SDGChoupal”on SDGAction with youth & women in the centre.

As an Interactor she is part of a global movement the Rotary International Changemakers family .She is engaged in many projects around Environment ,Education ,Water - with a mission to enable Sustainable Development in her ecosystem ,reach and community initiatives.

Interactors are taking action, building international understanding, and making new friends around the world with 342953 Interactors ,14911 Interact Clubs in 0ver 145 countries on a mission to change the world always there to- Serve To Change Lives leaving no one behind.

She founded SDG4SDGs - Social Foundation in May 2021 on her birthday with a mission to Empower Girls in communities supporting awareness & education programs with a very strong belief “YOU ,ME ,WE CAN TRANSFORM THE WORLD”.

YouTube channel too was started around the subject of creating awareness on Sustainable Development Goals .

Ishita Das,

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Ishita Das is a student from Funlish Language School, India. She have been working with SDG goals for a long time now. The motive behind being an SDG goalkeeper and contributing something on some of the SDG goals, was to be a small part of this movement of achieving these goals within 2030. Apart from being interested in SDGs, she is interested in various sorts of public speaking. Besides, creative writing has always been something she highly passionate about. Rather, she have achieved the most in this field as well. Recently she had won the first prize in an ALL-INDIA CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION and our team from Funlish Language School had won the SECOND POSITION in an international competition on Youth's voice in meeting the Goals organised by CMS, KANPPUR. She is currently writing a book which is to be a collection of short stories.

According to her, the best way to achieve the SDG goals would be by making people aware of these goals and by making them understand the consequences of not achieving them within 2030.