-peaceful env=decrease phys injuries and death from armed conflict, allows gov to focus on improving access to ed and healthcare=improve health status, future gens will have access to these resources
-in times of conflict, poverty levels are high and malnutrition, hunger and disease affect the population which undermine the collaborative efforts put in place to eliminate hunger, pov and disease at a global level
- security allows people, particularly women and children, to feel safe in their community, which fosters feelings of wellbeing and promotes mental health. If a society is safe, parents are more likely to attend their place of employment and send their children to school, which increases access to knowledge. Educated children are more likely to send their own children to school in the future, which enhances sustainability
-with peace and increased security, greater equality is achieved. Equality is important if we are to improve maternal mortality rates, reduce violence against women and children and reduce global levels of poverty, starvation and disease, thereby improving global health
-Human rights relate to the conditions and entitlements that every human is entitled to regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, country of origin, religion or any other characteristic.
-This document sets out the basic rights and freedoms to which all men and women are entitled. By this declaration, governments accepted the obligation to ensure that all human beings, rich and poor, strong and weak, male and female, of all races and religions, are treated equally. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity. All people have the right to life, liberty and security, freedom of expression, the right to work and be educated, the right to food and housing, freedom from slavery, a fair trial and equal treatment before the la
The UN Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN's largest provider of grants for sustainable human development worldwide and is actively involved in working towards the Sustainability Goals. Reducing poverty helps people afford the resources they require for a decent standard of living and means they are more able to lead long healthy lives in accordance with their needs and interests. Children can receive education and the cycle of wellbeing can continue.
•Global health issues such as hunger, malnutrition, vaccine-preventable diseases, HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis are much more difficult to address when countries have high levels of poverty. The United Nations works collaboratively with countries to eliminate poverty, which will help reduce the incidence and prevalence of these diseases.
•UNICEF is the main organisation working for the long-term survival of children through programs that focus on human rights, immunisation, health care, nutrition and basic education. UNICEF is active in nearly 160 countries, promoting the protection and development of children. Healthy, educated children who are free from abuse are more able to lead lives they value and enhance their capabilities. Immunisation, access to health care and better nutrition all assist in reducing the incidence and prevalence of global health issues.