Talking about healt is more than not being sick. When is about SDG 3, the United Nations talk about “guarantee a healthy life and promote welfare to everyone ”. A task that needs a multidisciplinary look and that is linked with the other goals. For example, access to clean water and sanitation.
Don’t forget the access to health and welfare is a human right; that’s why the state must guarantee that everybody, not only people with a lot of money, can have access to quality health and sanitary assistance.
Is not only work for states and government! We also have to work for it , act trough schools, clubs, teams, and organizations to promote better health for everyone, especially the most vulnerable.
That’s how it shows some of the projects we saw on Concausalike "Indesol Plan”, or “Children of the women's prison” made on educational centers but open to the community to integrate other people on it.
Some of the numbers of the United Nations about health:
— Everyday 17000 children die, less than 1990, but more than six millions keep dying before turn 5 years old each year.
— Children born on poverty have twice the chance to die before turn 5 years old than rich family children.
— On 2013, there were 250.000 new HIV infectionsamong teens, two-thirds were women.
— AIDS is the main cause of death among teenagers (between 10 and 19 years old) on Africa and the second worldwide.
— — Only half women of developing regions receive the recommended medical attention they need.
Get to know the Concausa projects related with SDG 3 (Click)..