SDG

A.E Ramassà, team ambassador of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The 25th September 2015 The General Assembly of The United Nations approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, along with the goals of eradicating poverty, fighting against inequality and injustice and stopping climate change among others. This agenda embodies global development action up until 2030, and along with the other global agendas,
a protocol has been drawn up in order to reach a common goal: global sustainable development.

 

The 2030 Agenda is an integral and multidimensional agenda – referring to the three dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental) – and is universally applied, and it is deployed using a system of 17 sustainable development goals, through which the biggest global challenges such as the fight against poverty, climate change, education, health, gender equality, peace and sustainable cities are all addressed. Each SDG includes different goals (169 in total) which contribute to achieving the goal.

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A.E. Ramassà, thanks to the partnership with African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET), has served as an ambassador of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) since 2016. The NGO AYINET is an organisation that was created by the Ugandan activist Victor Ochen, who was the youngest African candidate to be nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2015. He is currently a board member of the UN Refugee Agency and an ambassador of SDG.

 

The relationship between Ochen and A.E Ramassà started when the group travelled to Uganda in April 2016. The Ugandan, captivated by the social and educational work that the vallesans have been doing in the African continent since 2014, made him acknowledge the work done and nominated the club as ambassador of Goal 16 of the United Nation’s SDG. Later on, in 2018, A.E Ramassà signed a new collaborative agreement with AYINET and since then it has been a global ambassador of SDG.

 

Victor Ochen is one of the main activists of the African continent. After growing up in a war-torn Uganda, in 2005 he founded the NGO African Youth Initiative Network with the aim of providing physical and psychosocial care and rehabilitation to all those victims of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), especially child soldiers. 15 years later, Ochen continues to work so that the youth of today become peace brokers.

A.E Ramassà, team ambassador of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The projects carried out by A.E Ramassà focus on fighting for inclusion and social development for children and youngsters in situations of socioeconomic vulnerability, by facilitating access to education, health and other basic services, always using sport as a tool of integration and social transformation.

 

Over the years, the team has worked with the following SDG of the 2030 Agenda.

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The SDG logo is proudly worn on the team’s football kit.

The SDG and United Nations logo is proudly worn on A.E. Ramassà’s football kit, celebrating their role as ambassador of the 2030 Agenda Goals.

If you want to find out more about the UN’s SDG and AYINET, check out the following websites::

SDG

A.E Ramassà, team ambassador of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The 25th September 2015 The General Assembly of The United Nations approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, along with the goals of eradicating poverty, fighting against inequality and injustice and stopping climate change among others. This agenda embodies global development action up until 2030, and along with the other global agendas,
a protocol has been drawn up in order to reach a common goal: global sustainable development.

 

The 2030 Agenda is an integral and multidimensional agenda – referring to the three dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental) – and is universally applied, and it is deployed using a system of 17 sustainable development goals, through which the biggest global challenges such as the fight against poverty, climate change, education, health, gender equality, peace and sustainable cities are all addressed. Each SDG includes different goals (169 in total) which contribute to achieving the goal.

A.E. Ramassà, thanks to the partnership with African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET), has served as an ambassador of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) since 2016. The NGO AYINET is an organisation that was created by the Ugandan activist Victor Ochen, who was the youngest African candidate to be nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2015. He is currently a board member of the UN Refugee Agency and an ambassador of SDG.

 

The relationship between Ochen and A.E Ramassà started when the group travelled to Uganda in April 2016. The Ugandan, captivated by the social and educational work that the vallesans have been doing in the African continent since 2014, made him acknowledge the work done and nominated the club as ambassador of Goal 16 of the United Nation’s SDG. Later on, in 2018, A.E Ramassà signed a new collaborative agreement with AYINET and since then it has been a global ambassador of SDG.

 

Victor Ochen is one of the main activists of the African continent. After growing up in a war-torn Uganda, in 2005 he founded the NGO African Youth Initiative Network with the aim of providing physical and psychosocial care and rehabilitation to all those victims of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), especially child soldiers. 15 years later, Ochen continues to work so that the youth of today become peace brokers.

A.E Ramassà, team ambassador of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The projects carried out by A.E Ramassà focus on fighting for inclusion and social development for children and youngsters in situations of socioeconomic vulnerability, by facilitating access to education, health and other basic services, always using sport as a tool of integration and social transformation.

 

Over the years, the team has worked with the following SDG of the 2030 Agenda.

The SDG logo is proudly worn on the team’s football kit.

The SDG and United Nations logo is proudly worn on A.E. Ramassà’s football kit, celebrating their role as ambassador of the 2030 Agenda Goals.

If you want to find out more about the UN’s SDG and AYINET, check out the following websites::

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