United Nations Development Goals

How can Design Thinking help the Planet? Design thinking is a habit of mind based on mindset, perception, cognition and process that is used across the widest range of human activities to frame ill-defined yet complex (wicked) problems and solve them with outcomes such as products, services, spaces, business models, operational systems or social benefits. Another word for these outcomes is innovation. What can you do with design thinking? Have a look at Design Thinking Use Cases for sustainable development.

Learn about sustainable business models, theory of change and innovating in face of low resource settings and how to create a solution that impact millions of lives globally. These programs are designed solve some of the toughest global challenges in context of UN Sustainable Development Goals. We bring together development actors, governments (in their national and subnational perspectives), private sector, research, and academia to support youths working with farmers in their rural domains; to create agribusiness, incubation, technologies and extension (aiTex) Hubs.

Ycenter Global UN SDG Program—United Nations Partnerships for SDGs platform. (n.d.). Retrieved September 2, 2019, from https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/partnership/?p=31650

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