REDISCOVERING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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REDISCOVERING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC

BY SHRUTI SAHNI

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENT METHODOLOGY INTRODUCTION HELPING THE POOR ANDD NEEDY GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING QUALITY EDUCATION AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY CLIMATE ACTION DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH PEACE,JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS REDUCED INEQUALITIES BIBLIOGRAPHY

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

I would take this opportunity to thank our principal, Mr. Vincent Ashish Moses, for providing us with a conducive environment to complete this project. I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to our social science teacher, Ms Anubha Shah Taneja , who taught us what research means, and the effort one has to make to shape a strong academic work. Finally, I would like to thank my parents who constantly encouraged me to do a well researched and articulated project . T hey kept reminding me of the deadline and helped me meet it.

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METHODOLOGY

We all heard about the deadly virus covid-19 in the year 2020.It spread badly in the whole world and people suffered a lot due to this pandemic. Initially many people died because we didn’t have any vaccine to cure it. Economy of all the countries went through a major loss. Gradually, the scientist were able to discover a vaccine for it and now all the countries are working to improve their economy. I usually keep reading newspaper articles to know about the present situation.I am very thrilled to do this research work of gathering information about what all we should plan for the sustainable development of our country after this covid-19 phase gets over.

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INTRODUCTION

WE NEED TO TURN THE RECOVERY INTO A REAL OPPORTUNITY TO DO THINGS RIGHT FOR THE FUTURE-UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres #COVID-19 is spreading human suffering, destabilizing the global economy and upending the lives of billions of people around the globe. #Leveraging this moment of crises, when usual policies and social norms have been disrupted, bold steps can steer the world back on track towards the sustainable development goals.

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HELPING THE POOR AND NEEDY...

Developing countries are at the most risk during the pandemic, not only as health crises but as a devastating social and economic crisis over the past months and years to come. To support the poorest and most vulnerable , the UN has issued a Framework for the immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19 calling for an extraordinary scaleup and support all poor people to ensure everybody have access to essential services and social protection. The central government of every country has to start new projects or schemesto increase the employment opportunities

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GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

#Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development. Currently, the world is facing a  global health crisis  unlike any other — COVID-19 is spreading human suffering, destabilizing the global economy and upending the lives of billions of people around the globe.  # Health emergencies such as COVID-19 pose a global risk and have shown the critical need for preparedness. The United Nations Development Programme highlighted huge disparities in  countries’ abilities to cope with and recover from the COVID-19 crisis . #Every country should ensure to provide channels for proper hospitalisation,medical aids and vaccination for everyone.

#Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development. Currently, the world is facing a  global health crisis  unlike any other — COVID-19 is spreading human suffering, destabilizing the global economy and upending the lives of billions of people around the globe.  # Health emergencies such as COVID-19 pose a global risk and have shown the critical need for preparedness. The United Nations Development Programme highlighted huge disparities in  countries’ abilities to cope with and recover from the COVID-19 crisis . #Every country should ensure to provide channels for proper hospitalisation,medical aids and vaccination for everyone.

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QUALITY EDUCATION

In 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe, a majority of countries announced the temporary closure of schools, impacting more than 91 per cent of students worldwide. By April 2020, close to 1.6 billion children and youth were out of school. And nearly 369 million children who rely on school meals needed to look to other sources for daily nutrition In an effort to foster international collaboration and ensure that education never stops, UNESCO is mounting a response with a set of initiatives that include the global monitoring of national and localized school closures. New policies and standards should be developed to assess the growth of every child.

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AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY

Lack of access to energy may hamper efforts to contain COVID-19 across many parts of the world. Energy services are key to preventing disease and fighting pandemics – from powering healthcare facilities and supplying clean water for essential hygiene, to enabling communications and IT services that connect people while maintaining social distancing. Ways to respond to the COVID-19 emergency: #Prioritize energy solutions to power health clinics and first responders; #Keep vulnerable consumers connected; #Increase reliable, uninterrupted, and sufficient energy production in preparation for a more sustainable economic

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CLIMATE ACTION

Greenhouse gas emissions are projected to drop about 6 per cent in 2020 due to travel bans and economic slowdowns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, this improvement is only temporary. Climate change is not on pause. Once the global economy begins to recover from the pandemic, emissions are expected to return to higher levels. Saving lives and livelihoods requires urgent action to address both the pandemic and the climate emergency.

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DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a historic recession with record levels of deprivation and unemployment, creating an unprecedented human crisis that is hitting the poorest hardest. Beyond the immediate crisis response, the pandemic should be the impetus to sustain the gains and accelerate implementation of long-overdue measures to set the world on a more sustainable development path and make the global economy more resilient to future shocks.

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PEACE,JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS

Conflict, insecurity, weak institutions and limited access to justice remain a great threat to sustainable development. Human rights are key in shaping the pandemic response. By respecting human rights in this time of crisis, we will build more effective and inclusive solutions for the emergency of today and the recovery for tomorrow.

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REDUCED INEQUALITIES

COVID-19 has deepened existing inequalities, hitting the poorest and most vulnerable communities the hardest. It has put a spotlight on economic inequalities and fragile social safety nets that leave vulnerable communities to bear the brunt of the crisis. At the same time, social, political and economic inequalities have amplified the impacts of the pandemic. This time of crisis must also be used as an opportunity to invest in policies and institutions that can turn the tide on inequality. Leveraging a moment when policies and social norms may be more malleable than during normal times, bold steps that address the inequalities that this crisis has laid bare can steer the world back on track towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

# BOOKS I RESEARCHED 1)A Fist or a Heart by Kristin Eir iksdottir 2)Admissions by Mira Harrison # SITES I SEARCHED 1)https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sdgs-framework-for-covid-19-recovery/ 2)https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/web-edits/rediscovering-sustainable-development-through-a-covid-19-lockdown-lens-6399986/

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