SUKHI 222 Human Rights Project
SUKHI 222 educates, advocates, and participates in development of tools and best practices to insure the biological need and human right of all people of dignified access to 2 gallons of fresh water, 2,000 nutritional calories and 200 ft3 of secure tenure. We prioritize the use of our resources toward the identification and development of scalable, sustainable, and systemic best practices required to fastest achieve the UN SDG’s.
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How We Work
Project 222, strongly believes in developing linkages, networks and collaborations at all levels – international, national and local – among stakeholders through engaging in synergies and sharing of strengths to optimize benefits to both end-beneficiaries and to the larger sociopolitical milieu. While focusing on media-for-peace- approach, Project 222 engages with the larger development sector and allied stakeholders to create peaceful and empowered communities through improved access to basic human rights (adequate food, water and shelter), information and education.
Where We Work
Project 222 works at global, regional and local levels. We work with all segments of society, including youth, schools, colleges and universities, journalists and media organizations, civil society organizations and associations, individuals, groups, think tanks and research organizations, NGOs, and public and private sector authorities and industries, to defend and protect human rights and to address the issues of extremism and radicalization for creating tolerant and peaceful society, and to identify and support candidate methodologies.
Project 222 works and provides services to support the measures to implement the UNSDGs. Project 222 focuses mainly upon the following thematic areas for providing services.
- Project development and implementation in all sectors.
- Research and trainings for developing social and human capital.
- Grants and scholarships for students, young researchers and development workers.
- Consultancy services to support human and social development.
- Technical support to public and private sector organizations working in social, economic & human development sectors.