On the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals at Turan University

Report 2022

The Sustainable Development Goals represent a universal call to action, spanning across countries, whether they are poor, rich, or medium-developed. They are aimed at enhancing the well-being and protection of our planet. States acknowledge that efforts to eradicate poverty must be undertaken in conjunction with initiatives to stimulate economic growth and address a range of issues in the realms of education, health, social protection, employment, as well as combat climate change and safeguard the environment.


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) comprise a set of 17 interconnected objectives established in 2015 by the UN General Assembly as a “blueprint for achieving a better and more sustainable future for all.” These goals were designated in the General Assembly’s resolution titled “Agenda for the period up to 2030,” and they succeeded the Millennium Development Goals. The final document of the General Assembly, “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” encompasses 17 global goals and 169 associated tasks.


Turan University recognizes the significance of aligning our mission and values with the SDGs to make a positive impact on society and the environment. The university is committed to nurturing a culture of responsibility, sustainability, and innovation, ensuring that our students and community members acquire the knowledge and skills required to contribute to the transformation of our world.


At Turan University, education, research, and community engagement serve as potent tools for shaping a sustainable and prosperous future.


Turan University, through its educational and research endeavors, endeavors to embrace and incorporate the SDGs in pursuit of the following objectives:

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