Ahmedabad's HBK New High School And UNICEF Come Together For Students' Mental Health

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Ahmedabad’s HBK New High School And UNICEF Come Together For Students’ Mental Health

| Updated: December 27, 2022 16:32

In Ahmedabad with a focus on mental health and online safety students and to highlight such spirit and for creating a roadmap towards attainment of Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 “Volunteer Action towards Agenda 2030” was celebrated by UNICEF Elixir Foundation and the H.B.K New High School. 

In a fragile and turbulent world, volunteers are active in every major shock and stress situation experienced by communities-from earthquakes and flooding to climate change and local conflicts. Often working behind the scenes, they are the thread that binds communities together. 

The 2030 Agenda is a plan of action for individuals, the planet, and prosperity that will strengthen peace and act in concert to be implemented. These elements of long-term development are inextricably linked.

Speaking at the event Krunal Shah, Program manager at Elixir Foundation said that “The SDGs highlight new areas such as economic inequality, innovation, climate change, economic sustainability, peace and justice. The SDGs are global, inclusive and represent a bold commitment to people and the environment. The participation of young people will be a major force in achieving these goals, and they should make this happen with their volunteer actions over a short period of time.”

Moira Dawa, Communication, Advocacy and Partnership Specialist at UNICEF emphasised that “the SDGs are a people-centred , transformative agenda based on transparency, participation and inclusion. The realisation of SDGs is important for all of us. We are share an equal responsibility for our future and the future of our planet. UNICEF is committed to bringing about change, together with all partners and stakeholders including children and young people.”

Harsh Kapadia, Trustee of the H.B.K New High School said that “volunteering allows children to devote their time to something that will benefit them emotionally, physically, socially and intellectually. By mobilising capacities and extending the reach of action, volunteers can facilitate and support people’s engagement in planning , implementing and monitoring the SDGs, bridging social capital and strengthening social cohesion.”

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