Goal 1: No PovertyGoal 2: Zero HungerGoal 3: Health and WellbeingGoal 4: Quality EducationGoal 5: Gender EqualityGoal 6: Clean Water and SanitationGoal 7: Affordable and Clean EnergyGoal 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGoal 9: Industry, Innovation and InfrastructureGoal 10: Reduced InequalitiesGoal 11: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesGoal 12: Responsible Consumption and ProductionGoal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Life Below WaterGoal 15: Life on LandGoal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong InstitutionsGoal 17: Partnerships for the GoalsAll 17 Goals
Partnerships in contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals
Through international collaborations and research, review comparative approaches and develop international best practices for tackling the SDGs.
University is engaged in many International Collaborations
- Peer Reviewed the publication on “Future food systems: For People, Our Planet and Prosperity” by the Global Panel on Agriculture and Foods Systems for Nutrition.
- Faculty members participate at regional meetings organized by the World Health Organization on development of best practices Implementing Women’s Sexual Health Rights in South Asia.Edited by Rubina Sohail and Narendra Malhotra,Chapter on Situation Analysis of Sri Lanka – Prof Athula Kaluarachchi and Dr U.D.P.Ratnasiri.
- Contributing to International Network for Advancing Science and Policy- A Guest facilitator of the online research training courses (MOOCS) organized by AuthorAID – Two MOOCs during the period. Steward of AuthorAID – Member of the mentoring planning group – Conducted an international pilot study on mentoring. Developed writing clubs to support local researchers to write research papers to publish in peer-reviewed international journals. Established writing clubs in other higher education institutions as well.
- Member of OWSD – Became an invited scientist to showcase achievements in research to promote young female scientists – a video was prepared by OWSD.