#Me4Millennials campaign

Who are Millennials?

A generation of people born between 1980s and early 2000s (millennial generation). The Millennial generation can also be called Generation Y. There has never been a good time to be a millennial than now! With quality education, improved health care services, cutting edge technology, inspiring architectural designs and the advent of the internet, millennials are excited and ready to change the world one community at a time putting values first before anything else.

With the refugee crisis, war, famine, poor health care services, increased number of children out of school and unemployment plaguing underdeveloped countries, millennials have more to do. The future depends on your solutions to these problems. The UN has set an agenda for 2030 with 17 goals to be achieved, young minds are needed at the table to key into the vision and help tackle problems in our society leaving no one behind.

Our Project

#Me4Millennials is a project aimed at celebrating the remarkable works millennials around the world are doing in line with the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to help transform their communities. With this project we hope to get insights on problems affecting your community and ways you are tackling these problems.

All projects need team mates to make sure it's a success and so we are calling on you to participate by telling us what you are doing in your community to improve the lives of others.

Procedures:

  1. Download the Powerpoint document at bit.ly/2kyW0pT
  2. Follow the instructions in the document
  3. Tweet, Post, tag (@phglobalshapers), share!

Tell us what you believe millennials can do to transform their communities in line with the SDGs and tell us what you're doing to help.

Spare 5 minutes of your time to take this survey on the SDGs bit.ly/sdgssurvey

Thank you so much!

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