YEN.com.gh made member of United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals Media Compact

YEN.com.gh made member of United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals Media Compact

- YEN.com.gh has joined the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Media Compact

- We are one of the only two Ghanaian media companies that were invited to join the highly-esteemed partnership

- This is a special privilege that the UN extends to leading media organisations to make the world a better place

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YEN.com.gh has made another major milestone by joining the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Media Compact and will now play a critical role in raising awareness about the SDG.

YEN is one of the only two Ghanaian media companies that were invited to join the United Nation’s SDG Media Compact.

Launched by the UN Secretary-General in September 2018, the Compact currently includes more than 100 members reaching a combined audience of about 2 billion people in 160 countries across five continents.

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YEN.com.gh made member of United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals Media Compact
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By disseminating facts, human stories and solutions, the Compact is a powerful driver for advocacy, action and accountability on the Sustainable Development Goals.

YEN.com.gh will now play a bigger role in advancing the UN’s SDG agenda through coverage of SDG-related issues.

This is a special privilege that the UN extends to leading media organisations around the world to partake in the collective responsibility of making the world a safer and better place as envisioned in the SDG agenda.

Even before joining the UN’s SDG Media Compact, YEN.com.gh was already contributing towards the SDGs through consistent coverage of life-changing human-interest stories that have positively impacted lives of many to date.

Through this new partnership, YEN.com.gh will now play an even bigger role in advancing the UN’s SDG agenda by reporting on SDG-related issues such as eradication of poverty and hunger, access to quality education and gender equality.

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