Presenting the Importance of Sustainable Development Education (SDE) at ASA Europe 2018

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Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi presenting at the ASA Europe Convention 2018

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Good morning, everyone.

I am honoured to be here today to speak at the first Anambra State Association, Europe’s first annual Diaspora Economic think home Initiative International Summit.

I would like to start by thanking the organizers of this event for inviting me. I am also grateful to all of you for coming here today.

As you know, Anambra State is a beautiful and prosperous state in Nigeria. It is home to a diverse population of people from all walks of life.

The Anambra State Association Europe is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2017. The organization’s mission is to promote the interests of Anambra State residents who live in Europe.

The Diaspora Economic think home Initiative is a new program that was launched by the Anambra State Association Europe in 2018. The program’s goal is to connect Anambra State residents who live in Europe with opportunities to invest in their home state.

I am here today to talk about the importance of sustainable development education (SDE). SDE is a type of education that focuses on the long-term well-being of people and the planet.

There are many different aspects to SDE, but some of the most important include:

  • Health and wellness: SDE can help people to learn about healthy living and to make choices that will improve their health. For example, SDE can teach people about the importance of eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol consumption.
  • Strategic business endeavors, schools, libraries, research/publishing and related community development programs and projects: SDE can help people to learn about business and to develop the skills they need to start their own businesses. It can also help people to learn about the importance of education and to support the development of schools and libraries. SDE can also help people to learn about research and publishing and to support the development of research and publishing in their home communities.
  • Youth empowerment: SDE can help young people to develop the skills they need to succeed in life. It can also help young people to learn about their rights and to advocate for themselves. SDE can provide young people with opportunities to learn about leadership, problem-solving, and teamwork. It can also help them to develop their creativity and innovation skills.
  • Diaspora engagement: SDE can help to connect people who live in Anambra State with people who live in Europe. This can help to build relationships and to promote understanding between the two groups. SDE can provide opportunities for people to learn about each other’s cultures and to share their experiences. It can also help to build bridges between the two communities and to promote cooperation.
  • Vocational and Skills Trades, Science, Strategic Innovations and Technology: SDE can help people to learn about vocational and skills trades. It can also help people to learn about science, strategic innovations, and technology. This knowledge can help people to find jobs and to contribute to the development of their home communities. SDE can provide people with opportunities to learn about new technologies and to develop their skills in these areas. It can also help them to find jobs in the growing technology sector.

I believe that SDE is essential for the future of Anambra State. By investing in SDE, we can help to create a more prosperous, healthy, and just society.

Some of the benefits of SDE include:

  • Improved health and well-being
  • Increased economic opportunities
  • Reduced poverty
  • Improved environmental quality
  • Stronger communities
  • More just and equitable societies

I would like to thank you again for having me here today. I hope that you will join me in supporting the work of the Anambra State Association Europe and the Diaspora Economic think home Initiative.

Thank you.

Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi

Anthony-Claret is a Software Engineer and has worked at varied roles like Business Analyst, Software Web Developer, Digital Marketing consultant, Graphic Design/ Web Designer, Education Counsellor/ Recruitment officer and a software tester. Mr Claret publishes and manages the content on this website. He's also a writer, Activist, Humanitarian, Pan Africanist, a proponent of Social Justice, Equality & Human Rights, a great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and an all-around digital guy.

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