Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the successors to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set in 2001. It represents the international goals for a sustainable and better world by 2030, as set out in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted at the United Nations Summit in September 2015. Composed of 17 goals and 169 targets, it promises to "leave no one behind" on the planet. The SDGs are universal and should be tackled not only by developing countries but also by developed countries themselves, and Japan is also actively working on them.
The Relations with SDGs
What are the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs?
Relationship between blood donation and SDGs
The blood business belongs to SDGs Goal 3 "Health and Welfare for All". The purpose of this item is to "ensure healthy living and promote welfare for all people of all ages" (quoted from the United Nations Information Center website).
By donating blood, you can strengthen your blood business and provide better medical services to your patients. To create a sustainable medical system, it is necessary to donate blood continuously and continuously.
Depending on the efforts, Goal 4 “Everyone should have high quality education” with the aim of “ensuring inclusive and fair quality education for all and promoting lifelong learning opportunities” (quoted from the United Nations Information Center website). You can also contribute to "ni".
Relationship between SDGs and blood donation in Japan
In Japan, various efforts are being made centered on the Japanese Red Cross Society.
There are various forms of efforts, such as conducting blood donation campaigns by students from all over the country and planning events to let many people know about blood donation through blood donation seminars.
Blood donation can contribute to the achievement of Goal 3 “Health and Welfare for All” and Goal 4 “Quality Education for Everyone” of the SDGs. In Japan, education-conscious activities are carried out centered on the Japanese Red Cross Society.