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Images from MDGs Ambassadors from Africa Conference in New York

The recent MDGs Ambassadors from Africa conference, which was held in New York featured presentations of speeches on key issues, deliberations on renewing the MDGs to meet the emerging global challenges and More »

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Non Governmental Ambassadors Conference on Interreligious Relationship, Peace Building and Development in Africa

As part of the deliberations at the MDGs Ambassadors from Africa Conference in New York, participants noted with great concern the challenges that most African nations are facing in the areas of More »


Goal 1

Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger: Target 1.A: Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people whose income is less than one dollar a day 1.1 Proportion of population below $1 (PPP) More »


Goal 2

Universal Basic Education: Target 2.A: Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling 2.1 Net enrollment ratio in primary More »

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Goal 3: Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women

Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women: Target 3.A: Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in all levels of education no later than 2015 3.1 Ratios of More »


Goal 4

Reduce Child Mortality: Target 4.A: Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rate 4.1 Under-five mortality rate 4.2 Infant mortality rate 4.3 Proportion of 1 year-old More »


Goal 6

Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria And Other Diseases: Target 6.A: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS 6.1 HIV prevalence among population aged 15-24 years 6.2 Condom use at More »


Goal 7

Ensure Environmental Stability: Target 7.A: Integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes and reverse the loss of environmental resources Target 7.B: Reduce More »


Goal 8: Promoting Partnership for Development — “Marriage for Development Initiative”

Develop A Global Partnership For Development: New Initiative to Promote Partnership for Development: Marriage for Development As part of the 2014 International Day of Families and in response to the contemporary needs More »

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International Day of Families 2014: Families and Development Goals


The 2014 United Nations International Day of Families will be observed on May 15, 2014. The theme of this year’s celebration is ”Families Matter for the Achievement of Development Goals”. The day will also be used to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family.

According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the twentieth anniversary of the International Year of the Family (2014) offers an opportunity to refocus on the role of families in development; take stock of recent trends in family policy development; share good practices in family policy making; review challenges faced by families worldwide and recommend solutions.

Owing to rapid socio-economic and demographic transformations, families find it more and more difficult to fulfil their numerous responsibilities. Many struggle to overcome poverty and adequately provide for the younger and older family members. It is also more and more difficult for them to reconcile work and family responsibilities and maintain the intergenerational bonds that sustained them in the past.
In response to these trends, the preparations for the twentieth anniversary of the IYF will focus on exploring family-oriented policies and strategies aiming mainly at confronting family poverty; ensuring work-family balance and advancing social integration and intergenerational solidarity. The preparatory process is to accelerate progress in family policy development; demonstrate its relevance for overall development efforts and draw attention to the role of different stakeholders in achieving these goals.
Global Educators for All Initiative and her growing network of Millennium Development Ambassadors will use the opportunity of this year’s event to advance the call for empowering families for the realization of the development goals. We stand on the common grounds that the family is the school of sustainable development and human development begins from the womb. We emphasize the need to strengthen marriage and family and call on families to make the global development goals to become “Family Development Goals”.
We urge government across the world to make sincere commitment to establish Ministries for Family Affairs, introduce family education in schools as well as emphasize the importance of marriage and family in the realization of development goals. If every family is able to achieve the development goals, our world will immediately become a globally developed world.
Let us realize that human beings are members of one global family under God and the development of all people should be the concern of everyone. Surely, our families matter in the achievement of the development goals and we must do everything to make it happen. Millennium Development Ambassadors are called upon to work to strengthen families for the realization of the development goals. If no where at all, let us begin to celebrate our families and let us pass on the message that development begins from the family. Developed families make developed communities that contribute to developed nations and a globally developed world. Global development begins from local family development.

Ambika Hanchate emerges Millennium Development Ambassador in India


Global Educators for All Initiative is delighted to announce the designation of Ambika Hanchate as Millennium Development Ambassador in India. Ambika Hanchate is from Karnataka state of India and currently studying MBA  and PGDBA in HR program. She is so determined to contribute to the global efforts to address the challenges of poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, human rights abuses and violence against women in her community and country.

Ambika has served with several organization working in the areas of environment, animals, education and community development
and has served in Delhi, Mumbai and Hariyana among others.  She is a committed member of World Youth Alliance, U.S.A and member of International Association Scientology, U.S.A.  which works on Drug Abuse, encourage Education and Human rights and also member of the World Society of Integrated Medicine, U.S.A & Rural Health Syndicate , Kolkata (INDIA). She has been the representative of Light Millennium.

On her plans, she has outlined several initiatives for her community and country. Her deepest concern is to improve the quality of education as in her local place of Haveri, many people are illiterate and do not understand English Language and even the local regional language of Kannada. She promises some innovative approaches to teaching of reading and writing to children, youth and adults in the local communities.

Localizing the MDGs in schools, she plans to initiative programs to avoid classroom hunger, increase school enrollment and attendance to classes as well as improve socialization among the diverse citizens and address malnutrition and empowerment of women. We are honored to have Ambika join our network of Millennium Development Ambassadors and remain hopeful that this initiative will be embraced by others in her community and country.


Interreligious Seminar to Commemorate Independent Nigeria at 53


Global Educators for All Initiative and the Millennium Development Ambassadors are delighted to host the 2013 National Interreligious Seminar to commemorate the 53rd Independence Anniversary of Nigeria. The interreligious seminar will bring together religious educators, leaders and organizations to deliberate on the theme “The Role of Religious Organizations in Nation Building” as a response to the contemporary challenges facing the Nigeria nation.

The seminar shall provide unique opportunities for presentation of papers on the teachings of the world’s religions on nation building in order to provide a rich resource for interreligious education on nation building. Participants from the various religious organizations shall share their fundamental teachings and projects dedicated to nation building. The event shall also be used to provide report to participants on the recent international conference on interreligious relations and peace building at the United Nations Plaza in New York, USA. Seminar participants shall have an opportunity to sign up and join our growing network of interreligious citizens in Nigeria.

The seminar welcome address shall be delivered by His Excellency, MDGs Ambassador Babatunde Adegbesan while Interreligious Ambassador Abubakar Jega, Executive Secretary, National Mosque, Abuja shall present the special opening remarks. The keynote address by Dr Raphael Ogar Oko on “Religion as the Missing Point in the Building of the Nigeria Nation and the New Future of Religious Organizations in Rebuilding Nigeria” shall be followed by goodwill messages by Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama, President of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, Dr. Una B Smart of the Happy Health Wellness Center, Abuja and Hon. Tahir Umar Tahir, SSA to the President of Nigeria on Islamic Affairs, among others.

The commemorative seminar shall also provide opportunities for the teachings of the world’s religions on nation building. Presentations shall be made by representatives of Bahai Faith, Islamic religion, Christian religion, Eckankar, and special papers by Muhammed I. Gashash, Sardaunan Matasan Nigeria and religious educational institutions, the Reconciliation Religionbe and the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace Founder’s Address at the 1985 Assembly of the World’s Religions in New Jersey, USA.

The commemorative ceremony shall include the induction of interreligious citizens, the proclamation of Nigeria as an Interreligious Nation and the Declaration of National Dependence on the Universal. The program shall also provide a unique opportunity for the designation of some religious educators, leaders and organizational representatives as Global Interreligious Ambassadors.

The event is scheduled to hold on September 26, 2013 by 12 noon at the National Merit Award House, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria.

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