The 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to transform our world

Our Approaches towards SDG Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.

SAWAB has been serving humanitarian activities in Bangladesh since 1995. SAWAB is one of the leading development and humanitarian organisations in Bangladesh. Moreover, SAWAB has been providing emergency support to the Rohingya refugees who were forcibly displaced from Myanmar. SAWAB strives to ensure that people sufferings and affected by poverty, natural and man-made disaster are able to survive and empowered to develop the following goals of SDGs:

SL NO

Name of SAWAB Programs

SDG goals

01

Education (Formal, Non-Formal and Technical and Vocational Education and Training

4 Quality Education
8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
16 Peace, Justice and strong Institution

02

Health and Nutrition Program

(Health Care Centre, Emergency Medical Camp and Training)

3  Good Health and Well-Being
8 Decent Work and Economic Growth

03

Poverty Alleviation through Livelihood and Microfinance 

1 No Poverty
2 Zero Hunger
8 Decent Work and Economic Growth

04

Women Empowerment and Family Development

5 Gender Equality
11 Sustainable cities and Communities

05

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

6 Clean Water and Sanitation 
13 Climate
14 Life Bellow Water 
15 Life on Land

06

Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation/

Humanitarian Assistance

2 Zero Hunger
3  Good Health and Well-Being
11 Sustainable cities and Communities

07

Occasional and Seasonal (Ramadan, Qurban and Winter Cloth) programs

2 Zero Hunger
17 partnership for the goals

08

Infrastructure Development  (Housing, Shelter, Mosque and School building)

8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
11 Sustainable cities and Communities