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SDG Pioneers

  


1. Introduction

   


About the project, "SDG Pioneers"

Initiated and hosted by JCI Hong Kong (Global Affairs Team) and "SDG Pioneers" has been officially launched during the Overseas Guests Reception Dinner in Hong Kong on 3 Jan 2020!

 

Project Goals:

#1 Leading SDG Pioneers from various countries

#2 Connecting JCI members in Asia-Pacific

#3 Achieving Sustainable Development Goals together


This project aims to connect National Organisation Members (NOM) across the Asia and the Pacific Area and build collective efforts towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (please refer to 4. Background Information). Participants from different NOMs will be allocated into 17 groups focusing on one particular SDG:

1)    Each group will be required to write up a Project Proposal with this goal according to the Active Citizen Framework (please refer to 4. Background Information). The final required outputs will be a short and sharp leaflet and a PowerPoint;

2)    Apart from such, we highly encourage participants to know more JC members from different places, therefore we have prepared a list of Personal Tasks, by completing such, this will increase the marks towards the final judging.

*the above will further elaborated in Proposal Guideline and Personal Tasks

Before ASPAC, all of the submitted Proposal Leaflets will be posted on Facebook, and the one with the highest likes (accumulated with likes from Personal Tasks), will be the winning “Most Outstanding Project” and awarded in ASPAC.

During ASPAC time, the winning group will be presenting their project, along with a networking session together!

2. Timeline (last updated on 31 March 2020)

Time

Progress

March 2020

Grouping and Ice-Breaking

30 April 2020

Submission of Project Outline

(Not more than 500 words in English)

31 May 2020

Submission of PowerPoint Proposal

(Not more than 30 slides in English with pictures)

30 Jun 2020

Submission of 2-Page Project Promotion Leaflet

Deadline for Personal Tasks

1 Jul 2020 - 15 Aug 2020

Judging (Criteria: Likes on Facebook Post + No. of Personal Tasks completed)

21 Aug 2020 (tentative)

Presentation and Sharing Session, Networking Session with Keynote Speaker at ASPAC

 

3. Grouping

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

JCI

Hong Kong

Michele

JCI

Hong Kong

Dave

JCI

Hong Kong

Agnes

JCI Australia

Emerson

JCI

Hong Kong

Tiara

JCI India

Kaveen

JCI

Hong Kong

Dickson

JCI Bangladesh

Auvi

JCI Indonesia

Aki

JCI

Macao, China

Stella

JCI Indonesia

Dhea Lubis

JCI

Hong Kong

Jason

JCI Malaysia

Wei Yun

JCI Mongolia

Soko

JCI Indonesia

WKay

JCI Indonesia

Nukeu

JCI Mongolia

Tuyanaa

JCI Philippines

Ann

JCI Malaysia

Ivan Ng

JCI Mongolia

Oyumaa

JCI Philippines

Jason

JCI Taiwan

Iris

JCI Mongolia

Calvin

JCI Philippines

Nard

 

 

JCI Vietnam

Thao

 

 

 

 

 

Group 5

Group 6

Group 7

Group 8

JCI Australia

Sam Gibb

JCI Australia

Peter

JCI Bangladesh

Mahira

JCI Cambodia

Kokmeng

JCI Bangladesh

Mona

JCI Cambodia

Thearak

JCI

Hong Kong

Boris Kong

JCI

Hong Kong

Tom Chan

JCI

Hong Kong

Jeffery

JCI

Hong Kong

Christopher Lam

JCI

Hong Kong

Vivian

JCI Indonesia

Ralph

JCI India

Rakhi

JCI

Hong Kong

Manson

JCI India

Chirag

JCI

Macao, China

Naomi

JCI Indonesia

Nadia

JCI India

Ankush

JCI Malaysia

Lawrence Fah

JCI Malaysia

Shirley

JCI Philippines

Chrissa

JCI India

Ashwin

JCI Mongolia

Enka

JCI Taiwan

Erin

 

 

JCI Nepal

Manita

 

 

 

 

 

Group 9

Group 10

Group 11

Group 12

JCI Australia

Diego

JCI Bangladesh

Safi

JCI Australia

Andy

JCI Cambodia

Piseth

JCI

Hong Kong

Amy Wong

JCI Cambodia

Jason

JCI Cambodia

Sna

JCI

Hong Kong

Ivan

JCI

Hong Kong

Charlie

JCI

Hong Kong

Kiki

JCI

Hong Kong

Jenny

JCI

Hong Kong

Lorraine

JCI Philippines

Kevin

JCI

Hong Kong

Sunny

JCI

Hong Kong

Niki

JCI Mongolia

Anaraa

JCI Vietnam

Andy

JCI Indonesia

Jeremy

JCI India

Rajita

JCI Philippines

Yan

JCI Vietnam

Louis Truong

JCI Taiwan

Rubei

JCI Taiwan

Fanny

JCI Taiwan

Sweet

JCI Nepal

Ashish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group 13

Group 14

Group 15

Group 16

JCI Australia

Emory

JCI

Hong Kong

Irene

JCI Bangladesh

Das

JCI

Hong Kong

Charlotte

JCI

Hong Kong

Jeff

JCI

Hong Kong

Willie

JCI Cambodia

Yaya

JCI

Hong Kong

Jess

JCI

Hong Kong

Karen

JCI Malaysia

Jerry

JCI

Hong Kong

Catherine

JCI India

Madhyastha

JCI India

Anshu

JCI Mongolia

Narku

JCI

Hong Kong

Gilbert

JCI Indonesia

Dana

JCI Malaysia

Joyline

JCI Singapore

Valerie

JCI Malaysia

Chee Choon

JCI

Macao, China

Isly

JCI Philippines

Joshua

JCI Taiwan

Emily

JCI Philippines

Harry

JCI Malaysia

Sze Ling

 

 

 

 

 

 

JCI Nepal

Rabin

 

Group 17

JCI Australia

Nat

JCI Cambodia

Sakura

JCI

Hong Kong

Leena

JCI

Hong Kong

Raymond

JCI

Macao, China

Catherine

JCI Philippines

Je

JCI Taiwan

Frank

*New add/ change of member


4. Background Information

4.1 Sustainable Development Goals set by United Nations 

Set by the United Nations, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

These 17 Goals, as seen above, build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals, while including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace and justice, among other priorities. The goals are interconnected – often the key to success on one will involve tackling issues more commonly associated with another.

The SDGs work in the spirit of partnership and pragmatism to make the right choices now to improve life in a sustainable way for future generations. They provide clear guidelines and targets for all countries to adopt in accordance with their own priorities and the environmental challenges of the world at large. The SDGs are an inclusive agenda. They tackle the root causes of poverty and unite us together to make a positive change for both people and the planet. The SDGs provide us with a common plan and agenda to tackle some of the pressing challenges facing our world such as poverty, climate change and conflict.

4.2 Active Citizen Framework (ACF)

 Analyze: Examine Community Needs

Community challenges cannot be solved without first understanding them. To enable communities to achieve sustainable impact, the community’s needs must be analyzed and understood first in order to identify their root causes.

 

Develop: Formulate Sustainable Solutions

By uniting with stakeholders from all sectors of society, projects are formulated to address the community’s core needs and their root causes. Collaborators outline a project plan including goals, actions and desired outcomes. Solutions target three integrated stages of community development that drive a community toward prosperity.

 

Execute: Take Action

Once the need and root cause have been identified, active citizens take action by mobilizing resources, rallying support and implementing the project plan. By combining resources, the community is enabled to achieve even greater sustainable impact.

 

Review: Monitor and Evaluate Results

It is important to monitor progress throughout the project to determine if the goals and intended impact are on track to be achieved. Finally, analyze data to measure the resulting positive change.

 

Partnerships: Each Step of the Way

Engaging community stakeholders during each step ensures everyone takes ownership of the need and solution, resulting in sustainable impact.

Watch JCI’s Video now: https://jci.cc/active_citizen_framework


5. Know Our Team

Chairman

Terrence Tang | JCI Harbour

terrence.tang@jcihk.org | (+852) 6755 7380

Vice Chairman (Program & Logistics)

Yuki Wong | JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes

yuki.wong@jcihk.org | (+852) 9413 1748

Kevin Wong | JCI Peninsula

kevin.wong@jcihk.org | (+852) 6091 8748

Vice Chairman (Corporate Communications)

Priscilla Pang | JCI Harbour

priscilla.pang@jcihk.org | (+852) 9164 1428

Sharon Lau | JCI Victoria

sharon.lau@jcihk.org | (+852) 6586 3332 

Supervising National Board of Directors

National Executive Vice President David Luk | JCI Island

National Vice President Alex Tse | JCI North District