SDG #3 Mental Health and Well-being 

SDG 3 aspires to ensure health and well-being for all, including a  bold commitment to end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and  other communicable diseases by 2030. It also aims to make healthcare  accessible to all through universal health coverage. Mental health is also  gaining more acknowledgment and recognition. The rise of social media  has encouraged more open discussion about mental health issues but at  the same is the source of many millennial mental illnesses. Participants of  this track will innovate a policy that would promote health in the  community riding on rising trends such as social media and MedTech.

SDG #4 Quality Education 

SDG 4 aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. Education is indeed the ladder that promotes social mobility and equips an individual with the  horizon that unlocks many more opportunities. In this track, participants  are going to explore a policy that contributes to this ideal of granting  equitable education to all.

SDG #10 Reduced Inequality 

Are we moving towards a more equal world as the world progresses? Or are we actually favouring development that aggravates disparities? In this track participants are going to explore various kinds of  inequalities including but not limited to disparity in terms of: rural and urban, household wealth, gender, ethnic minorities and indigenous people, migrant status, and disability and come up with policy that bridges differences and gaps in communities.

Please watch the video to recap some of the highlights in our Challenge, enjoy!