Not following the trend but Trambellir realises the importance to contribute to SDG's
By Afrina Ghazali | October 12th, 2021
The world’s largest organization, the United Nations had established the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in 2015 that aimed to help build a more sustainable and resilient world. Since digital technology is a key component in achieving the SDGs, Trambellir has correlated the SDGs with our purpose and is slowly trying to keep up with the rising challenge and identifying the areas where we can make the greatest impact.
Keeping up with the SDGs, our key philosophy and vision is to create a better future and world for the next generation/children. We consider the Sustainable Development Goals as important initiatives that aim to improve the quality of life for all by 2030. We've identified 3 key areas where we can make a positive contribution to the SDGs:
Good Health and Wellbeing, with its official wording interwoven throughout the 2030 Agenda focus on “to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages”. Good health is a basic human right that is needed to achieve sustainable development. It focuses on addressing the various factors that contribute to the development of poor and vulnerable communities, such as climate change, education, and urbanization. With the COVID-19 taking place, there has been a need to give special attention to the realization of good health on a global scale.
For Trambellir, SDG3 is the core to our business as it applies to every purpose that we have envisioned and share a lot of SDG3 targets - from the fight of communicable diseases, to achieving universal health coverage, to promoting mental health and much more. Furthermore, we cover aspects from providing and delivering preventive medicine activities to transforming healthcare into entertainment.
This goal, Sustainable Cities and Communities targets to “make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”. Heritage is very important to the economy. With medical travel passes, the culture sector which has been suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic can be revived slowly.
For Trambellir, SDG11 can be considered a contribution as we offer alternative things-to-do to add on itineraries at travel destinations in hope that over-tourism issues can be mitigated.
Following the pandemic, strong international cooperation is needed to help countries recover and rebuild their lives. SDG17 aims to “strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.”
For Trambellir, SDG17 is all about the importance of partnerships and this is another core of our business. Through our collaborations with various medical institutions, we can help develop and sustain sustainable solutions for the global health system. It draws on our collective expertise and commitment to supporting the development of future nations.