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The Collective Responsibility to Transform Our Zongo Communities in Our Lifetime

February 5, 2018

The responsibility to transform our Zongo communities is a collective task. No one person, or organization can do it alone. We must unite our forces and work together to achieve the ultimate impact.

Our generation, this generation, can and must be the generation that lays the foundation for our economic and social transformation. We have absolutely everything we need as a people to change our situation. Our only task now is to come together, plan together, mobilize resources together, and execute together to achieve our targets.

According to the Sustainable Development Goals (the SDGs), a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations, all of us must work towards transforming our world by the year 2030. These 17 goals and 169 targets cover a broad range of social and economic development issues. These include poverty, hunger, health, education, climate change, gender equality, water, sanitation, energy, decent work for everyone, environment and social justice. Please read more about the goals and how you can also help to realize them for the benefit of our people.

The Zongo communities are part of the larger global community, and all of us must come together to join ‘Project All Of Us’ to pursue the Zongo project agenda, the #ZongoVision2030Agenda which is the radical transformation of the Zongo communities in our lifetime.

For us at the Initiative for Youth Development (IYD), we are ready to work with any individual or group, who is ready to help transform the Zongo communities. We are talking to individuals, corporate bodies, civil society groups, international organizations, and of course the government to make this radical transformation agenda a possibility in our lifetime.

We call on all of you to support in one way or the other to make the #ZongoVision2030Agenda a reality.

Refuse to be a Spectator. Join the Action!

#ThoughtsOfAZongoBoy

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